Britney Spears is about to appear in a Los Angeles court to appeal to thethat controls their careers and finances. The 38-year-old pop star is expected to speak at a court hearing on June 23.
At a hearing on Tuesday, her attorney, Samuel Ingham, said Spears had requested a hearing to “go directly to the court” – a motion approved by Los Angeles Circuit Court Judge Brenda Penny. Ingham did not disclose what Spears would say to the court.
This is the first time Spears has spoken in court since 2019, The Associated Press reported. Your previous comments have not been published.
Britney’s lawyers and her father, Jamie Spears, declined to comment.
In previous hearings, Ingham expressed Spears’ desire to remove her father as a co-curator and urged more transparency in the courtroom.
Earlier this year, a New York Times documentary helped renew interest in the 2008 conservatory. Last month, Spears didon the documentary.
“I haven’t seen the documentary, but after all I’ve seen of it, I was embarrassed about the light they put me in,” the singer wrote in an Instagram post. “I’ve been crying for two weeks and well … I still cry sometimes !!!!”