Britney Spears’ 13 years of supervision is finally over

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Judge Brenda Penney of the Los Angeles County Superior Court terminated the court-ordered arrangement at a hearing on Friday.

Spears’ lawyer, Matthew Rosengart, spoke in court and said that a “safety net” was established for the singer’s finances and personal care.

“Today is the time to end supervision,” Rosengart said, thanking the judge.

Judge Penney said the assets will now be transferred from the temporary custodian of Spears’ estate to the singer’s trust.

According to the judge, Spears does not require a medical evaluation.

There is no objection to the ruling.

The judge stated that the next hearing date is set for December 8th and January 19th, when applications for alternative judgments will be discussed.

Spears did not attend the hearing.

Outside the court, hundreds of Spears supporters broke out emotional cheers after the ruling.

The star posted an article on Instagram on Friday afternoon to express her gratitude.

“Gosh, I love my fans so much, it’s crazy,” Spears wrote. “I think I will cry for the rest of the day!!! The best day ever… Praise the Lord… Can I get an amen?? #FreedBritney”

The Grammy winner’s victory in court on Friday came after a fierce legal dispute with her father, Jamie Spears, who was suspended as her guardian last month. He has been in this position since 2008 and is responsible for overseeing her financial and medical decisions. The two faced off in court several times in the past year, but in the two emotional testimonies provided by the singer in the summer, things reached a tipping point.

Spears pleaded with the judge to end supervision, calling it an “abuse of power.” She also claimed that for many years she was forced to perform, use contraceptive measures and take medication against her will.

“I just want to go back to my life. It’s been 13 years and it’s enough,” she said at a hearing in June.

Although Spears ended her supervision, the legal battle between the star and her father is far from over.

Last month, Rosengart filed a 110-page petition requesting the dismissal of the old Spears and the discovery of evidence related to the suspected surveillance of the pop star. This is a direct result of the New York Times report that her father illegally put the recording device in her bedroom without her consent.

CNN cannot independently confirm these allegations. Spears’s father’s lawyer denied this.

Spears has said that before sharing her future career plans, she plans to spend some time enjoying life. She is engaged to her long-term partner, Sam Asghari, and said in a recent social media post that she feels “has a lot of treatment to do.”




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