Britney Spears has said she’s “not even close” to finishing her conservatorship battle, as she insists she will “never be able to let go” until she has “said all I needed to say”.
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'Toxic' hitmaker Britney Spears' lawyer of choice - attorney Mathew Rosengart - reportedly agrees to present her in her conservatorship battle.
People found with small amounts of illegal drugs will no longer be immediately taken off the streets, and police are anticipating spending more time on paperwork for a lesser crime.
Britney Spears’ mother wants her daughter to be able to hire her own attorney after her court-appointed lawyer resigned earlier this week.
Amber Tamblyn has praised Britney Spears for giving a “damning public record” of her conservatorship, as she hopes her court testimony will help save others.
Britney Spears' brother-in-law, Jamie Watson - who is married to her sister Jamie Lynn Spears - has insisted her family only "want the best" for the singer following her shocking testimony in court.
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Britney Spears has insisted she “just wants [her] life back” as she appeared in court in a bid to end her conservatorship, which she described as "traumatising".
Britney Spears' conservatorship hearing is scheduled for June 23 - but she won't attend in person.