Britney Spears’ court date didn’t go as planned.
Yet official documents obtained by The Blast confirm that Britney Spears did not make it to the July 22nd hearing – the LA County Court’s report listed ten names as being present, but hers was not one of them.
READ THE JULY 22ND COURT MINUTES?⚖️? … below
As stated in today’s doc:
“The following parties are present for the aforementioned proceeding: Samuel Ingham, Attorney; Jodi Montgomery, Nominee; James Spears, Petitioner; Lynne Spears, Interested Party; Lauriann Wright. Attorney for Petitioner; Geraldine Wyle Attorney; Jeryll Cohen, Attorney; Yasha Bronshteyn, Attorney; Gladstone N. Jones; Otis King”
On the “defense,” Britney’s dad (and longtime conservator) Jamie Spears requested that the rest of his daughter’s case be locked from public view…which was actually evidenced before/above the list of names (“NATURE OF PROCEEDINGS: Motion – Seal filed on March 12, 2020 by James P. Spears.”)
See what the judge had to say about all this ⚖️⬇️⚖️
Looks like the world won’t be seeing what’s happening with Britney’s conservatorship anymore, because “The Motion – Seal filed on March 12, 2020 by James P. Spears is granted.”
“The Court grants the motion to seal the transcript, conditionally seal the Status Report filed pending a further motion, and the motion to clear and close the courtroom.”
Today’s minute order concluded by saying that “James Spears is ordered to prepare the Order After Hearing.”
Meanwhile, #FreeBritney supporters gathered outside the courthouse allege that something else happened to prevent the “Piece of Me” songstress from appearing.
As reported by The Blast, #FreeBritney fans were barred from entering the courthouse – but it didn’t stop them from rallying outdoors.
A 3:30 PM PDT Twitter update showed fans on-site saying that the queen of pop was “trying to connect (to the video call) but was having technical difficulties.”
Over on Instagram, Los Angeles-based user @freebritneyla interviewed another fan who felt that “no one’s taking it seriously.”
The woman’s supposition was that “everyone in there (the courtroom) is on their phone, laughing, cracking jokes.”
A second person interviewed outside the court said today’s “connection problems” were caused by “people hacking into the system; into the video call.”
The man then said “the judge had to call some technical people in and fix the issue.”
He also alleges that they “finally got it fixed, [but] by that time were waiting for CPS to show up.” When CPS arrived, he claims, the judge said it was “too late” and proceeded to reschedule.
What’s being said now: Britney Spears’ new day in court will be Wednesday, August 19th.