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Great news, army!! Jamie Spears has been suspended as Britney’s conservator of her estate and he’s officialy OUT! Vivian Lee Thoreen tried to appellate Judge Penny’s decision but the request was denied! Penny also denied her request of interviewing Britney. So yes, JAMIE IS OUT!!! And it looks like John Zabel, an accountant chosen by Britney, will be her new temporary conservator until next hearing.
And that’s not all… A new hearing for the termination of the conservatorship on November 12, 2021 (it can happen before that date too).
Mathew Rosengart, Britney’s lawyer, aggressively defended Britney during the hearing and remarked that Britney wanted him out today and that Jamie was only trying to terminate the conservatorship today because he wanted to delay everything and remain as her conservator during the process. To be completely honest, Rosengart basically destroyed Jamie’s arguments.
At the moment the hearing is still going on so we will update this when we have more info. Shortly after Penny’s decision, Sam took instagram to celebrate the news.
For now, let’s celebrate! Britney one step closer to freedom and we are sure she’s 100% happier today. You can read the full live coverage on @BritneyLawArmy on twitter!
Earlier today, FX announced that the sequel to Framing Britey Spears, Controlling Britney Spears, will premiere TONIGHT and it features interviews with key insiders and people with firsthand information about how the conservatorship controlled Brit’s life. Once again, the documentary will air on FX and Hulu.
Here’s the trailer and other previews. It looks like it’s gonna be explosive!
When Britney Spears told the court her conservatorship was abusive, she worried the public wouldn’t believe her. People sought us out — at great risk to themselves — because they felt compelled to back her up with evidence. The “Framing Britney Spears” follow-up airs tonight. pic.twitter.com/gX8lEEskkY
We put this follow-up to “Framing Britney Spears” together in a matter of weeks. As people who could expose the inner workings of the conservatorship came forward, we felt it necessary to get the reporting to the public as quickly as possible. @nytimeshttps://t.co/TTyUPdpgr9
Watch on Friday, Sept. 24, at 10 p.m. on FX or stream it on Hulu.
Britney Spears expressed strong objections in June to the court-sanctioned conservatorship, which was largely led by her father, that controlled her life. But how the conservatorship worked had never been fully understood.
Now, after her impassioned speech to a Los Angeles court over the summer, key insiders have come forward to talk publicly for the first time about what they saw. They provide the most detailed account yet of Spears’s life under the unusual legal arrangement that, for the past 13 years, stripped away many of her rights.
A new documentary by The New York Times, “Controlling Britney Spears,” reveals a portrait of an intense surveillance apparatus that monitored every move the pop star made. This new film, by the makers of the Emmy-nominated “Framing Britney Spears,” features exclusive interviews with members of Spears’s inner circle who had intimate knowledge of her life under the conservatorship.
“It really reminded me of somebody that was in prison,” said a former employee of the security firm hired by Spears’s father to protect her. “And security was put in a position to be the prison guards essentially.”
BritneySVault keeps celebrating its anniversary and we have a 3rd leaked VMAs rehearsal, this time for her “Satisfaction + Oops! I… Did It Again” performance at the 2000 ceremony. It’s almost 1 hour long!
Thanks to BritneySVault we have the never-seen-before dress rehearsal of Brit’s VMAs performance in 2007! We’ve only seen a LQ gif but now we have the full HD performance and it is incredible. LOOK AT HER PONYTAIL!
And it’s not confirmed that she was always supposed to wear that outfits and that she never “freaked out on stage” at 2:55. There’s also a few minor changes but it’s basically the performance we saw live. And it’s still a great performance.
The New York Times is releasing a documentary special on Britney’s conservatorship (and the #FreeBritney movement) called “Framing Britney Spears.”The documentary will stream on FX on Hulu on February 5, 2021.
Here’s more info about it and the official trailer:
Her rise was a global phenomenon. Her downfall was a cruel national sport. People close to Britney Spears and lawyers tied to her conservatorship now reassess her career as she battles her father in court over who should control her life.
The meteoric rise and disturbing fall of Britney Spears has devolved into a Kafkaesque court battle that has reawakened her fandom and raised pressing questions about mental health and an individuals’ rights.
The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears re- examines her career and offers a new assessment of the movement rallying against her court-mandated conservatorship, capturing the unsavory dimensions of the American pop-star machine.
The series is executive produced by Jason Stallman, Sam Dolnick, Stephanie Preiss from The New York Times, and Ken Druckerman, Banks Tarver and Mary Robertson from Left/Right.
It has also been confirmed that Felicia Culotta and Adam Streisand (the lawyer that Britney tried to hire back in 2008 but was denied by the court) will appear and talk about Britney and the case. It will also feature Kim Kaiman (the marketing executive who originally created Spears’s image) and “a lawyer currently working on the conservatorship”.
Britney Is ‘Capable’ of Being a Free Woman: Speaking out for the first time in years, Culotta admits in the documentary that she “didn’t then nor do I now understand what a conservatorship is.” That said, taking Britney’s age and accomplishments into consideration, her former assistant says she knows “firsthand [what Britney is] capable of.”
Jamie Was Not as Present as Lynne Early On: Nancy Carson, the talent agent who helped Britney land an Off-Broadway role in New York City as a child, recalls seeing Jamie around Britney much less than Lynne in the early 1990s.
“Jamie visited from time to time and was anxious to see this time be worthwhile so that he could justify the money that it was costing to do this,” Carson says.
Former Jive executive Kaiman, meanwhile, tells viewers that Lynne “supported” Britney’s music career while Jamie was seemingly absent.
“Her mother would do whatever it took, personally and for the family’s sake, for Britney to be a star,” Kaiman recounts. “I never talked to her father. The only thing Jamie ever said to me was, ‘My daughter is going to be so rich she’s going to buy me a boat.’ That’s all I’m going to say about Jamie.”
Britney Was Never a ‘Puppet’: Kevin Tancharoen, who worked as one of Britney’s backup dancers in the prime of her career, contends in the film that she was “definitely in control of a lot of decisions” while on tour.
“That idea that Britney is a puppet who just gets moved around and gets told what to do is incredibly inaccurate,” he says. “When I was involved in all of those years, we would present a lot of ideas. She would have to like them, and she would have to approve them. She was very creative. She was the one who knew what she wanted to do, and she would make that happen or her people would make that happen for her. That’s how I got hired is because she just told somebody, ‘No, I want him to do it.’ And it happened within an hour. She was the boss.”
Britney Did Not Get to Choose Her Own Lawyer: Adam Streisand, a trial lawyer who specializes in conservatorships and estates, tells viewers that he met with Britney after her 2008 hospitalization when she was looking for an attorney.
“The first question I had was, ‘Does Britney have the capacity to be able to hire me? Does she have the ability to take my advice?’” he remembers asking during their meeting. “The first thing is Britney was able to make the judgment. [She said,] ‘Hey, I get what’s going on. I get that I’m not going to be able to resist this conservatorship or avoid this conservatorship.’ So, that’s a pretty sound judgment. The second thing was, she said, ‘I don’t want my father to be the conservator.’ That was her one request. She wanted a professional or somebody independent. … Britney did not want her father to be the conservator of her person, the person who makes decisions about her medical care, treatment, so on and so forth. She also didn’t want him controlling her finances.”
However, the judge on the case ultimately disagreed with Streisand’s assertion that the entertainer was capable of retaining her own lawyer, so he was not brought onto the case.
“I felt that was not the right decision by the judge,” Streisand says, acknowledging that the judge had seen Britney’s medical report while he had not. “I felt that based on my interactions with Britney that she was capable.”
Britney Will Speak Out One Day: At the end of the documentary, Culotta says she is confident that fans will get to hear from Britney again. “I know at some point she will tell her story. I know she will,” she says. “And I am so grateful for when that point comes, that she’s able to sit down and … everything will fall into place.”
We’ve seen this performance before (It was uploaded to Brit’s official youtube channel 2 years ago) but now MTV has also uploaded the “Make Me / My, Myself and I” performance at the 2016 VMAs. Watch it down below.
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