Nothing changes in Britney Spears’s supervision for the time being. The American pop singer has gone to court because she no longer wants her father to be her curator.
Yesterday there was a hearing at the Los Angeles court about Spears’ guardianship. Although the judge decided to handle the trial behind closed doors and also not to make documents accessible to the public, several U.S. entertainment sites report that Spears’s custody has been extended until February 1
According to TMZ, Spears’ lawyer has not yet submitted all the necessary documents and the court has therefore adjourned the case. The lawyer has until mid-September to put everything in order, says Entertainment Tonight.
Britney Spears (38) has been under the supervision of her father, among others, since 2008 due to psychiatric problems. As a result, he has almost complete control over her life, money and career
The singer made her debut in 1998 at the age of 16 with …Baby One More Time, which immediately became a world hit. Her albums went over the counter tens of millions of times. In recent years it has been musically quiet around Spears.