Britney Spears to be ‘under control’ after two years in conservatorship

Britney Spears must be returned to her parents. A Los Angeles judge agreed to end her conservatorship, keeping her life “under her own control”. Britney Spears has been in court for more than two years, after she was hospitalised by ambulance for a mental breakdown in early 2016. The conservatorship was imposed on her by her father Jamie Spears. He and attorneys involved are no longer involved in the case. The conservatorship will be dissolved on July 31.

What’s happening

Since she was hospitalized in 2016 for an apparent mental breakdown, Spears has been under the control of her father Jamie Spears and her original conservators, lawyer Andrew Wallet and accountant Sam Lufti.

At a hearing in February, her father requested she be under her own legal and physical guardianship until she reached 30, and that he and his lawyers be allowed to be involved. Spears, now 35, is the mother of two children with the dancer and choreographer Kevin Federline. Her father will continue to have her legal and medical care.

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