Britney Spears Is “Really Anxious” Ahead of Conservatorship Hearing

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A month prior to her message a Los Angeles Superior Court judge suspended her father, Jamie Spears, from his role as conservator of her estate on Sept. 29. Business owner, John Zabel, was appointed by the judge to temporarily take over Jamie’s role.

Following her father’s suspension, the musician—who wasn’t present for the court hearing—shared a series of photos and videos of her tropical getaway with Sam. Her caption to her post was “A beautiful, sunny day in paradise.”

At the time of the court hearing Britney’s attorney, Mathew Rosengart, stated that he planned to file his own petition within the next two months to terminate the entire conservatorship. 

Weeks before the judge suspended Jamie, his legal team had filed a petition to ask the court to choose whether to terminate the conservatorship of Britney’s person and estate. According to the documents obtained by CelebHomes News, his legal team maintained that the conservatorship helped his daughter “get through a major life crisis, rehabilitate and advance her career, and put her finances and her affairs in order. Recently, however, the situation has changed.

He stated that “Mr. Spears repeatedly said, and continues to say,” that he only wants the best for his child. “Mr. Spears feels Ms. Spears should be able to manage her own life if she wants to end conservatorship.”