After months of court battles and two emotional testimonies about the alleged abuse she suffered from her father, Britney Spears has won a victory in her conservatory case, but the fight may not be over yet. As we previously reported, Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, had been the restorer of her property for 13 years – an era that seems to be coming to an end.
According to CNN, a Los Angeles judge suspended Jamie as a restorer for her estate on Wednesday. While the judge has not specified whether the ruling is permanent, the chartered accountant John Zabel has been appointed as a replacement by Britney and her attorney.
CNN reports Wednesday’s ruling does not end the conservatory and notes that another hearing will be scheduled to consider a full termination of the conservatory.
During the trial, Britney’s attorney, Mathew Rosengart, described her father as a “cruel, poisonous, abusive man” and accused him of placing a tape recorder in her bedroom.
“She wants to banish him from her life today and not a lingering and poisonous presence,” said Rosengart. “Britney deserves to wake up tomorrow without her father as a restorer. We learned that Mr. Spears did something incredible. He instructed [a] Security team paid by my client to put a bug in Britney’s bedroom. “
Britney previously testified against her father in court, claiming he exposed her to various forms of abuse. She claimed Jamie was forcibly convicting her with lithium, stating that she must wear an IUD to prevent her from having more children.
There’s no set date for the next hearing on this case, but we’ll keep you updated as the story unfolds, Roomies.
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