Court Documents Reveal Britney Was Forced to Work Against Her Will to Pay Her Father
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In this high-profile celebrity case, documents show that celebrity singer and performer Britney Spears was forced to work against her will so her father could get paid money.
Court documents reveal the conservative control her father maintained went as far as controlling Britney’s life, including everything from who she can date, and what color she can paint her kitchen cabinets.
An investigator commented “She articulated she feels the conservatorship has become an oppressive and controlling tool against her,” a court investigator wrote in 2016, recounting a conversation in which Britney said the system had “Too, too much” control over her life.
Jamie Spears, Britney’s father, was appointed by the court to control Britney finances and career. In 2014, Britney and her lawyers were requesting judges to reconsider, due to her father’s Jamie’s heavy drinking as well as other reasons that they didn’t think he was the right person to take on this role.
Another compelling fact that was revealed in court documents was Britney was making millions from her Las Vegas residency, and she was only allowed only a $2,000 a week allowance as her father, who took a $16,000 monthly salary. The 16,000 went to office space and commissions on her earnings.
An expedited hearing takes place today in Los Angeles. She will explain herself in court as she does in all or most of her court appearances.
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