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Conservators place Spears’ freedom, financial resources in a state of denial

Should Britney Spears be under her father’s control? The troubled star’s new world tour suggests pop’s greatest comeback, but who’s really pulling the strings? Christopher Goodwin June 7, 2009 Times Online http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/music/article6422569.ece You have to assume Britney Spears knows exactly what she is doing when she steps into a golden cage to sing Piece of Me, the second nu…

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Lawsuit against Britney Spears and parents heads to Los Angeles trial

Britney Spears probably won’t be anywhere near the Los Angeles courtroom where her parents and her former manager will finally face off this week after three and a half years of accusations and mudslinging. But she might as well be. Her father, Jamie Parnell Spears, and lawyer Andrew M. Wallett have had legal control over the 30-year-old Grammy winner’s personal and financial affairs since 2008, duties they now split with her fiancé, Jason Trawi…

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Jason Trawick gets shared legal control over Britney Spears

Jason Trawick, Britney Spears‘s fiancé, was approved as a co-conservator for the pop star by a Los Angeles judge Wednesday. “Jamie’s thrilled,” his attorney Geraldine Wyle told reporters following the hearing, referring to Spears’s father. “It’s all in the family.” Wyle also clarified that the request to add Trawick came at Britney’s request, not Jamie’s. Conservators typically have leg…

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Britney Spears engaged: Will father Jamie let her marry Jason Trawick?

Britney Spears may be engaged to Jason Trawick, but unless her father approves of the two getting married, the couple’s marriage won’t be legal. That’s because Britney Spears has been in a conservatorship since 2008, meaning she is legally bound to ask her father’s permission for everything from giving depositions to buying a house… to getting married to her new fiancé. Britney Spears, 30, has been free to try and g…

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Britney Spears’ ex-manager tried to “save” her

Britney Spears won’t be allowed to testify in a jury trial starting October 1—a lawsuit in which her former manager, Sam Lutfi, accuses her family of defamation, libel, violence and breach of contract. But legal documents obtained by The Fix indicate what she might have been expected to tell the jury—points that the Lutfi camp won’t be slow to make once the trial begins. Sam Lutfi became Spears’ manager from June 2007, months b…

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