Britney Spears’ mother, Lynne Spears, has filed legal documents to be included in all decisions made about the pop star’s finances, specifically the trust which holds most of Britney’s multi-million dollar assets.
According to new legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Lynne Spears filed a request with the Los Angeles County Courts to be included in any ‘special notice’ of ‘all matters’ having to do with Britney Spears’ trust.
The pop princess filed the ‘SJB Revocable Trust’ with the courts in 2004 to protect her multi-million dollar assets and set up her children for their future. It was also established to “hold and manage her material financial assets during her lifetime, and provide distribution of those assets upon her death.”
In court filings, Britney deemed the trust to include, “All of my right, title, and interest in all my property.” Also, she included, “My furniture and furnishings, clothing, jewelry, vehicles and accessories to vehicles, books, paintings, and other artwork, and other tangible articles of personal, domestic household, or recreational use or nature, together with any insurance on such property.
She contiuned, ‘My stocks and securities of every kind and character. My cash and cash equivalents, including all bank accounts and savings accounts of any kind or character.
But, in 2008, Britney was put under a personal and financial conservatorship and at the same time was removed as ‘Trustee’ of the trust and. On February 14, 2008, the court-appointed temporary successors of the trust.
As we reported, after Britney was checked into a mental health facility in 2019, her mother Lynne flew to Los Angeles and attended several of the pop star’s conservatorship hearings.
Now, it appears Lynne wants to be involved in any changes or movements involving Britney’s vast $60 Million fortune.
Lynne’s lawyer, filed the documents on July 13, 2020, to be included as an ‘interested person’ in all matters pertaining to the SJB Revocable Trust, and any hearings discussing the trust itself. The filing was the first time anything has happened in the trust case in many years.
By the looks of it, Britney’s mom is now preparing to be much more intimately involved in her finances.
We broke the story, Britney has been as odds with her father — who was her conservator for years — after he was investigated for allegedly harming one of her children. At the time, Jamie Spears was accused of violently shaking one of her son’s and it was reported to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department. In the end, prosecutors declined to file charges against Mr. Spears.
The latest round of conservatorship hearing has sparked a huge resurgence of the #freebritney movement, which is filled with die-hard Britney Spears fans who believe she is being controlled and manipulated by the conservatorship.
Many of the #freebritney movement backers regularly attend the pop star’s court hearing and protest outside of the courthouse. As we reported, Britney’s conservatorship hearing was pushed back until July 22, due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
FreeBritney protestors are planning a rally on that date in front of the L.A. County Courthouse. Britney is expected to join the hearing by video link.