In what could be one of the most important moments in the decade-long conservatorship of Britney Spears, the Los Angeles County Court is NOT allowing media, or members of the public, to film or record any part of the hearing.
As we reported, the pop star has requested to speak directly to the judge in the case, and it’s unclear exactly what she will be saying. Of course, that has attracted many fans and followers who are attempting to listen in on the hearing and get information from the singer about the situation…in her own words.
The good news, at this point, the media and others will be allowed to virtually listen to the court proceedings — with strict rules in place about filming or recording the event. According to a press release from the courthouse, anyone attending the hearing “are not allowed to be filmed, recorded, broadcast, photographed, or streamed live at any point during or after the hearing, whether listening remotely or attending the hearing in-person.”
“Cameras will not be permitted for this hearing and no photography or filming is allowed in the hallways or lobby of the courthouse,” it continued.
No Cameras Allowed!
It should be noted, at any point in the court hearing, the judge can close the courtroom or order the virtual audio and video to be cut while speaking to Britney. Also, it is possible, the judge will ask Britney to speak in chambers which would block anyone from listening to the conversation. Of course, many #FreeBritney fans want the case to have as much transparency as possible — after claiming Britney has been trying to remove the conservatorship for quite some time. But, Britney — nor her legal team — have ever filed documents to formally end the conservatorship. It’s possible this could be the beginning of that end.
For anyone expecting huge fireworks, our team has attended many of the Spears conservatorship hearings over the years, and it is normal protocol for the judge to seal the proceedings due to the sensitive nature of the information. In many cases, Britney’s medical condition and sensitive information surrounding her children and finances are discussed.
According to several reports, Britney will address the judge about the involvement of her father in the ongoing conservatorship. We’re told it’s unclear exactly what BS will say to the judge, but we know she wanted the hearing expedited.
Britney Spears Doesn’t Want Her Father Involved In Conservatorship
In a recent Instagram post, the pop star seemed to address the possibility of performing again, something she vowed not to do while her father was still involved with her $60 Million estate. “Am I ready to take the stage again? Am I gonna take the stage again? Will I ever take the stage again?” she said.
“I have no idea. I’m having fun right now. I’m in a transition in my life, and I’m enjoying myself,” she answered.
The hearing is set for tomorrow. We will be there…stay tuned!