Britney Spears’ mother backs her daughter’s desire to hire her own lawyer, saying the singer is capable of looking after herself.


In new court documents, Lynne Spears requested that a judge allow Britney Spears to hire her own private lawyer to end her tumultuous conservatorship.

Britney Spears’ mother, Lynne Spears , is backing her daughter in her conservatorship battle. Lynne, 66, requested in court documents obtained by HollywoodLife that Britney, 39, be allowed to hire her own private lawyer, which she is currently unable to do due to her strict conservatorship. Lynne’s lawyer stated that the “Toxic” singer is “able to care for her person” and has been capable of doing so “for many years.” Lynne is currently seeking her own lawyer in order to end her conservatorship. ”

Britney and Lynne Spears

Britney’s demand to be able to hire her own private lawyer or, as an alternative, have the court appoint a lawyer of Britney’s choosing should be prioritized, according to the lawyer. According to the documents, Lynne has requested a hearing on July 14 to likely resolve her daughter’s ongoing legal issues.

$ Lynne told the outlet, “I’ve got mixed feelings about everything.” She continued, “I don’t know what to think… It’s a lot of pain, a lot of worry.” According to unnamed sources in Ventura County law enforcement and a close friend of Britney’s, she called the emergency line to report herself as a victim of “abuse” in her conservatorship. Britney has been under a conservatorship since 2008, but on June 23, she spoke in front of a judge and requested that the conservatorship be terminated without her having to undergo psychological evaluation. Britney Spears compared her father Jamie Spears to a “sex trafficker” who “loved” having control over her when she spoke in court. Britney also stated during her 30-minute appearance that she intends to “sue” her family and that the conservatorship prevents her from “getting married and having a baby.”

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