Judge denies pop star’s request to remove her father from conservatorship

Britney Spears’ request to have her father removed from his role overseeing her conservatorship has been denied, court documents reveal.

The 39-year-old pop star’s lawyer Samuel Ingham III filed the request to remove her father back in November 2020.

When calling for him to be removed, Ingham said Spears was afraid of her father and wanted him removed from the conservatorship that has controlled her business and personal life since 2008.

The documents state that Spears’ request to deliver the “entire” conservatorship to a single trust company were rejected by Judge Brenda Penny.

“The conservatee’s request for an order directing James P Spears, Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group and Michale Kane, to deliver the entire conservatorship estate together with all books and records forthwith to Bessemer Trust Company of California, NA as sole conservator of the estate is denied without prejudice,” the documents state.

This decision means Jamie and the Bessemer Trust Company Of California continue to hold power in obtaining all documents and records related to the “Till The World Ends” singer and her assets.