Britney Spears is ‘thinking about having another baby’ just DAYS after termination of conservatorship that allegedly forced her to have an IUD implanted to prevent pregnancy
Britney Spears is already ‘thinking about having another baby’ just days after her longstanding conservatorship was successfully terminated by a judge.
The 39-year-old singer – who currently shares sons Jayden James, 15, and Sean Preston, 16, with ex Kevin Federline – made the reveal in an Instagram post published Tuesday.
‘I wonder if this one is a girl … she’s on her toes reaching for something … that’s for sure !!!!’ mused the star, who included a sepia snapshots of a little girl standing on her tiptoes beside her mother.
Spears famously told the court in June that she wanted to ‘get married to my boyfriend [Sam Asghari] and have a baby’ but that the ‘conservatorship told me I can’t do that.’
Expanding her family: Britney Spears is already ‘thinking about having another baby’ just days after her longstanding conservatorship was successfully terminated by a judge; seen in 2018
Britney is currently engaged to Sam, who she has dated since 2017 after meeting on the set of a music video.
In order to ensure that she would not get pregnant, Britney alleged that an intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD) had been implanted against her will.
‘I have an IUD inside me to prevent me from having a baby. I want to go to a doctor and take it out so I can have a baby but they (the conservatorship) told me no.
‘So basically, this conservatorship is doing me way more harm than good. I deserve to have a life,’ stressed the star in a 25-minute speech delivered to Judge Brenda Penn.
By September, Judge Penny would remove Britney’s father Jamie Spears as the $16,000-a-month conservatorship boss who pulled the strings on his daughter’s career and welfare for the past 13 years.
Maybe a girl? ‘I wonder if this one is a girl … she’s on her toes reaching for something … that’s for sure !!!!’ mused the star, who included a sepia snapshots of a little girl standing on her tiptoes beside her mother
Five months later on Friday, November 12, Judge Penny declared that Britney’s conservatorship was ‘no longer required’ and that ‘the conservatorship is hereby terminated.’
Prior to the decision, Britney’s attorney, Mathew Rosengart told Judge Penny that the singer had repeatedly testified and declared in court filings that she ‘wants her life back and she wants this conservatorship to end.’
And Rosengart also pointed out that even her father Jamie had said in court documents that he ‘believes the conservatorship should be terminated without reservation or exception.’
Rosengart added: ‘The conservatorship should end now. There is no reason for another second of delay.’
Motherhood: The 39-year-old singer – who currently shares sons Jayden James, 15, and Sean Preston, 16, with ex Kevin Federline – made the reveal in an Instagram post published Tuesday; seen in 2018
Recent: Britney recently got in some quality time with her two sons
He told the court that, earlier on Friday, temporary conservator Zabel had filed a ‘termination care plan’ under seal with the court, detailing how over the next few weeks he will tie up the remaining administrative ends of the conservatorship and transfer all assets to Britney’s trust.
Britney’s conservatorship was split into two parts – the estate and the person. Zabel is winding up the estate part of the conservatorship.
In order to smoothly transition to her post-conservatorship life, Britney’s former conservator Jodi Montgomery and her medical team have crafted a ‘care plan’ or ‘termination plan’ for the pop star, according to a court filing obtained by People.
The document was filed by Montgomery’s attorney Lauriann Wright and submitted prior to Spears’ monumental court hearing on November 12. The plan is said to have played a supporting role in Judge Penny’s decision to terminate the conservatorship entirely.
Spears told the court in June that she wanted to ‘get married to my boyfriend [Sam Asghari] and have a baby,’ but claimed the ‘conservatorship told me I can’t do that’; Britney and Sam seen in 2019
The care plan is ‘in regard to Ms. Spears’ ongoing needs and best interests — just those outside of a Conservatorship.’
The document reads: ‘Ms. Montgomery would like to ensure that there are guidelines in place for supportive decision-making to help her adjust and transition to life outside of the Conservatorship.
‘The Termination Plan therefore necessarily contains sensitive and private information about Ms. Spears’ medical doctors, conditions and treatment, as well as information related to her minor children.’
It will also address ‘key issues arising from the transition off the 13-year conservatorship.’
The plan has been in development since June, with Montogomery’s attorney telling People that she was ‘looking forward’ to presenting it to the court and, all in all, ‘supporting Britney through the process.’
Against her will: In order to ensure that she would not get pregnant, Britney alleged that an intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD) had been implanted against her will; seen Tuesday
A day prior, TMZ had reported that Montgomery wants that ‘post-conservatorship plan’ hidden from Britney’s father Jamie.
The plan is said to contain sensitive information about her medical history, her two sons Sean and Jayden, and her business interests and finances.
Per the report, Montgomery wishes to circulate the information to the judge and Britney’s lawyer Mathew Rosengart, but not to her father Jamie Spears or anyone else.
Montgomery writes in the documents: ‘From the history of this case, it is no secret that Ms. Spears has had a contentious relationship with her family, especially her father, Mr. Spears.’
Adding: ‘Given the history of this case, it is clear that Ms. Spears does not want her medical or other privacy rights invaded by her father or any other party in this conservatorship case.’
Terminated: Judge Brenda Penny ruled on Friday that a conservatorship placed on Britney Spears by her father Jamie (pictured) 13 years ago must now come to an end
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