A new attorney has been hired to represent Britney Spears In his tutelage after a hearing in which the singer tearfully spoke about the impact the case had on her life.
The Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny On Wednesday, he approved the appointment of the former Spears Federal Reserve Matthew Rosengart to represent it. Fans celebrated the verdict outside the court.
Rosengart requested that James, Spears’ father, be removed from the singer’s guardianship responsibility, but this was denied.
Spears spoke for the second consecutive hearing, and at one point said the guardianship’s actions, which have dictated her personal and financial affairs since early 2008, were “cruel.”
He asked to end the case immediately, but not if he had to go through any other “stupid” assessments.
Spears spoke briefly to the court, tears welling up at the end of her remarks.
The hearing took place three weeks after Spears first addressed the court in a public hearing, telling Penny that she had been forced to take medication and use an intrauterine device for contraception, and said she was not allowed to marry her boyfriend and wanted to have his own money.
“I just want my life back,” Spears said on June 23.
Spears’ statements led to the resignation of her court-appointed attorney, The retirement of the wealth management firm, which was supposed to monitor his finances, and a series of accusations between his father and his professional guardian over who is to blame are legal circumstances that Spears said are ‘arbitrary’ and need to end.
Supporters of Spears gathered outside the courtroom in Los Angeles, where the hearing was held, as on previous occasions. Florida Congressman Matt Gates appeared briefly to address the crowd.
Now everyone knows what Britney Spears wants, which is the freedom every American should have. Release Britney! “Shouted.