The decision is a significant victory for the pop star, who appealed to the court in a dramatic hearing that her father should be cut off.
A judge in the United States has fired Britney Spears’ father for 13 years for controlling the singer’s life and money.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny on Wednesday agreed with an application by Spears and her lawyer Matthew Rosengart that James Spears should relinquish his role as defender.
“The current situation is not tolerable. It reflects a toxic environment that requires a suspension of Jamie Spears from today, ”Penny said during a court hearing.
The move is a significant victory for the pop star, who appealed to dramatic hearings in June and July that her father should be cut.
James Spears 200 sought conservatism in 2008 and was its primary controller and biggest champion. However, he reversed the course in recent weeks, telling the judge to end conservatism.
Britney Spears and Rosengart agreed that conservatism should end, and court documents said the removal of James Spears was a necessary first step.
Conservatism is constantly being scrutinized as Britney Spears, the year-old Brit, has been begging her father for months to remove her as guardian of the m 0 million property.
She told the court in June that the measure was “disgraceful, embarrassing and humiliating” and that it prohibited the removal of the intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD) for pregnant women.
“If Mrs Spears wants to end the conservatism and believes she can manage her own life, Mr Spears believes she should have that opportunity,” the petition said in a statement.
Britney Spears, who rose to international prominence as a teenager in the early 2000s, was placed under protection after public mental health collapsed. The nature of his mental health problems has never been revealed.
In late 2009, he returned to perform, recorded several more albums, and toured the world until his last performance in late 2018.
Hours before Wednesday’s hearing, a main road outside the courthouse was closed to traffic, allowing about 100 Spears supporters to march and hold a rally where they shouted, “Hey, hey, hey, hey, conservatism must go ! ” And other pro-Britney chants.
As the crowd grew, fans sang Spears’ hits “Toxic” and “Baby One More Time” and the speakers described the degrading conservatism that affected their families.
“We’re making history right now,” said Martino Odeh, 27, who traveled from Phoenix to court. “And the fact that we can change the life of a pop star who has taken away her rights for 13 years is crazy. It’s a memorial.
“We’re expecting a big change today,” Odeh said.
Court-appointed professional Jody Montgomery will now act as Britney Spears’ personal bodyguard, and Rosengart said in court documents that Montgomery also agreed to preserve as long as it could be done safely and smoothly.