Britney Spears Conservatorship Virtual Courtroom Hearing Was Hit By The Public
Britney Spears conservatorship hearing didn’t go down as planned this week.
Reason was that a group of people who had nothing to do with the case refused to get off the Zoom call so the judge could conduct a confidential hearing.
Every 3 months or so, the judge calls the parties into court to catch up on developments in the conservatorship— the plan was routine.
There are reports out there that Britney and others were trying to end it — TMZ Reports .
No one has EVER filed a motion nor has there ever been a court proceeding to end the permanent conservatorship in the 11 years it’s been in effect.
The judge was handling a bunch of non-confidential matters on Zoom, but then the judge “closed” the virtual courtroom by ordering everyone off who was not involved in Britney’s case.
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Report have it that a group of people from the public got off the call, but then rejoined. The judge was ordering them off, but they refused to leave, so after more than 2 hours the judge pulled the plug and rescheduled the hearing.
Jody Montgomery, the woman who has been working with Britney for a long time and was appointed temporary conservator of Britney the person last year when Jamie Spears fell ill.
Well, she’s still the temporary conservator. Jamie is still the conservator of Britney’s estate — meaning her business affairs.
Jody Montgomery previously served as Spears’ care manager since 2018. She is also a principal at the firm Pais Montgomery Fiduciary based in Pasadena, California.
A judge in Los Angeles issued her as Britney Spears conservator in September 9, 2019.
BRYAN COMMENT ON SISTERS CONSERVATORSHIP
Bryan, Britney’s older brother expressed his opinions about his sister’s conservatorship possibly coming to an end.
He continued — “She’s always wanted to get out of it. It’s very frustrating to have,” he said on the podcast.
“Whether someone’s coming in peace to help or coming in with an attitude, having someone constantly tell you to do something has got to be frustrating. She’s wanted to get out of it for quite some time.”