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Britney Spears' Father Really Wanted to End Her Conservatorship

Britney Spears fans were thrilled when Britney was released from the controversial conservatorship she had been under for over a decade. According to The Independent, Judge Brenda J Penny ruled that "the conservatorship of Britney Jean's person and estate is no longer necessary." This was after a long trial in which Britney gave emotional testimony about the difficulties she had faced since her father took over her life in 2008. Mathew Rosengart Britney's lawyer confirmed that a "safety network" would be set up to safeguard her mental and financial health.

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Britney Spears' Father Really Wanted to End Her Conservatorship

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Jamie has maintained that getting rid from the conservatorship was a bad decision. His lawyers filed a petition earlier this week to ensure Britney continues to pay his legal bills. According to The Hollywood Reporter Jamie still wants Britney to pay her legal bills, even though he was removed from his role as conservator. While the details of the agreement are still being worked through, Jamie threatened to pay Jamie's attorney's fees immediately. This is necessary to complete everything "quickly" and "efficiently".

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Insider reports that Jamie Spears claimed in his most recent court filing that he wanted to end conservatorship because he was concerned about Britney’s estate being "depleted" by a self-interested group of counsel and handlers. Jamie claims that Britney first expressed her desire to have control of her life and career when he tried to do it. This is important to note. Jamie, who was reluctantly petitioning the court to end Britney’s conservatorship in September, did not mention this.

Jamie's petition at the time stated that Britney could end the agreement if she wanted and, more importantly she felt capable of managing her own life moving forward. Jamie requested Britney continue to pay all legal fees in this latest filing. Mathew Rosengart her lawyer described it as "not just legally meritless but an abomination" and pointed out that "This isn't what a father who loves daughter does."

Britney's lawyer made a previous statement via Twitter and noted that her father was reluctant to cooperate with the court. He said that Jamie's behaviour was indicative of Mr. Spears believing he can avoid accountability and justice.

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