On Wednesday, Jamie Spears was suspended as his daughter's conservator. Is all the media attention, including three new Spears documentaries, still welcome?
At a hearing Wednesday at Los Angeles Superior Court, Judge Brenda J. Penny suspended the pop star's father from controlling her financial affairs. Britney Spears has accused him of exploiting her.
Netflix's Britney vs Spears and Hulu's Controlling Britney Spears — released right before an important hearing on the singer's conservatorship — piece together how Spears lost control of her life.
The filing represents the first time Britney Spears has called for an end to the arrangement in court documents, though she has called for its termination in hearings.
James Spears says, in July, Jodi Montgomery suggested the possibility of involuntarily detaining the singer in a psychiatric hospital. Montgomery released a statement disputing that account.
In a blistering 120-page document submitted to Los Angeles Superior Court, Mathew Rosengart claims that Jamie Spears appears to be responsible for the "dissipation" of the singer's fortune.
Attorney Mathew Rosengart, who began representing the pop singer a week and a half ago, wants someone new to look after Spears' estate. For the past 13 years, it's been controlled by her father.
On Wednesday, the parties involved in the pop icon's conservatorship head back to court for the first time since Britney Spears spoke to the judge last month. Here's who the main players are.
With her father in charge of her life and her finances, the pop star has practically no autonomy. We spoke with a legal expert about what guardianships do — and what makes Spears' case different.
Pop icon Britney Spears is scheduled to speak in court on Wednesday as part of her ongoing conservatorship case. Here's a guide to help understand why she's there and what's going on.