Britney Spears to speak on conservatorship case in court in June… after being granted a request ‘address the court directly’
Britney Spears will speak in court on June 23rd 2021 regarding her controversial conservatorship case.
The pop star, 39, is set to appear before a judge after her lawyer Sam Ingham III expressed her desire to ‘address the court directly’ during a Tuesday hearing, according to Page Six.
‘The conservatee has requested that I seek from the court a status hearing at which she can address the court directly,’ Sam Ingham III told Judge Brenda Penny.
Spears’ lawyer didn’t elaborate on what she plans on speaking on, but said it would concern the ‘status of the conservatorship.’
Speaking: Britney Spears will appear in court regarding her conservatorship case. She’s seen in 2019 above
Mr. Ingham III told Judge Penny Spears asked that her appearance be scheduled ‘on expedited basis.’
The hearing will be on June 23rd at 1:30pm PT at Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Los Angeles.
The court appearance was originally set to discuss estate’s accounting documents on Tuesday, but will now review those matters during a separate July 14 court date.