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8 Sep
Britney Spears' father, James "Jamie" Spears, has filed a petition to end his daughter's conservatorship, which he has controlled at least in part for the last 13 years. In the petition filed Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court and obtained by The Associated Press, Jamie's legal team cited instances in which the pop star has…
9 Aug
Britney Spears's father has fought back against attempts to remove him from the conservatorship that controls her money and affairs, saying there are 'no grounds whatsoever' to do so and describing the singer as 'mentally sick'. Jamie Spears claimed in a court filing that Britney is struggling so much with her mental health that court-appointed…
20 Jul
Pop singer Britney Spear said in a long Instagram post on Sunday that she will not perform until she remains under her father's conservatorship. Among other revelations, Spears told the court she was forced to take birth control against her will and prevented from having another child. The next court hearing will be in late…

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