The pop singer has been under the tutelage of her father Jamie Spears since 2008, which she is currently fighting in court. Just last week, she was granted the right to hire her preferred attorney, Mathew Rosengart, to represent her in the case. She was also given permission to drive her own car again. But Britney still has to be patient until things continue: the trial against her father is not scheduled to continue until the end of September. But the singer now wants to prevent that! According to TMZ, her lawyer has now submitted documents asking the judge to bring the hearing forward to this month. Britney feels traumatized by her father's continued guardianship and hopes to bring the process forward to give her psyche rest. The documents read, among other things, "I have had several discussions with the medical team and we all agree that it would be best for Ms. Spears' well-being and psyche to remove her father as guardian as early as possible."
Just a few days ago, her mother Lynne Spears also campaigned for her ex-husband Jamie to be removed as Britney's guardian. As reported by The Sun, the American is said to have written, among other things: "Mr Spears has members of the household staff of the wards […] to fill him in on every single detail and action that takes place in the custodian's home and in their lives. to inform.” This form of surveillance is similar to life in prison. Lynne also claims to have seen how Britney would have received medication from one of her ex-husband's doctors: "She was threatened with a pen alty if she did not undergo these medical treatments, which she herself did not want at all.“