According to some new insider reports, Britney Spears feels relieved and hopeful as more and more people are choosing to resign from her conservatorship and give her the freedom she has been begging for. Check out the details!
As you might know, earlier this week, her manager, Larry Rudolph quit his job while her longtime lawyer, Samuel D. Ingham III, also requested to no longer represent her!
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As a result, claims one insider via E! News, Britney feels rather hopeful that things are heading in the right direction for her.
‘She’s finally feeling hopeful about her future. She thinks that people are resigning because they know she’s speaking the truth. She’s relieved her attorney resigned and she hopes that if she can pick her own lawyer, it means that the judge is leaning towards terminating her conservatorship. She is trying to be patient and just see what happens. She’s happy that things are starting to happen, and that the truth has finally come out,’ the source tells the news outlet.
Samuel had been representing Britney ever since her conservatorship started 13 years ago while her manager, Larry, worked closely with her for no less than 25 years so it makes sense that the singer feels like there are some massive changes happening in the right direction.
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Not only that but, you might have heard that money-management firm Bessemer Trust also chose to stop being Britney’s co-conservators after seeing her court testimony.
Jodi Montgomery, on the other hand, filed an official document yesterday, declaring that she will continue to deal with the pop star’s personal affairs as well as her medical records.
And finally, the one person Britney wants off her case the most, her father, Jamie Spears, is seemingly not planning on resigning as her conservator either despite his daughter comparing him to a ‘sex trafficker’ and calling him out for being controlling and abusive.