Britney Spears shares ‘kinda cheesy’ snaps she likens to ‘high school yearbook pics’ ahead of next conservatorship court hearing
- Britney’s post comes less than a week before her September 29 court hearing, where the fate of her conservatorship is to be decided
- She has been under a conservatorship since 2008 where her father Jamie Spears held the power over all of her personal and financial decisions
- Jodie Montgomery became Britney’s Conservator Of Person in 2019 whereas her father is in control of her finances as the Conservator of her Estate
- While speaking to Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny in June, the 39-year-old star said she just wanted her ‘life back’
Britney Spears posted a series of portraits that she dubbed ‘cheesy’ in a Friday instagram post.
The 39-year-old popstar shared smiley images wearing one of her usual peasant style crop tops and remarked ‘these pics look like my high school yearbook pics.’
Though she embarked on a career in Hollywood at the ripe age of 11 as a member of the Mickey Mouse club before becoming a teenage pop sensation, Spears did in fact attend high school for a few years.
Say cheese! The 39-year-old pop star continued to share what looked like backlogged snaps of herself posing as she remarked they looked ‘kinda cheesy’ in the vein of her high school yearbook pics’
In the seemingly backlogged images Britney smiled in one and posed with her lips softly together in another.
‘These pics look like my high school yearbook pics… kinda cheesy but hey !!,’ she wrote.
Though her schooling experience was very a-typical she did attend in-person learning at Parklane Academy in McComb, Mississippi where she played basketball and was even on Homecoming court.
But as her star began to rise she graduated from high school via distance learning from the University of Nebraska High School.
Perhaps feeling nostalgic for a quieter time in her life, Britney’s posts come less than a week before Judge Brenda Penny will rule on September 29 if her conservatorship will be ended all together.
Nostalgia? ‘These pics look like my high school yearbook pics… kinda cheesy but hey !!,’ she wrote as she seemed to reminisce on a much simpler time in her life
Two months after she offered scathing testimony about her father in a Los Angeles Superior Court and spoke about wanting her ‘life back, Jamie Spears suddenly filed to end Britney Spears’ conservatorship on September 7.
Prior to that he agreed to step down in August – but only when everything was in place, while trying to argue for some level of financial compensation.
In his most recent filing, Jamie stated that his daughter’s situation has changed ‘to such an extent that grounds for establishment of a conservatorship may no longer exist.’
‘As Mr. Spears has said again and again, all he wants is what is best for his daughter,’ the document says. ‘If Ms. Spears wants to terminate the conservatorship and believes that she can handle her own life, Mr. Spears believes that she should get that chance.’
Coming to an end? Judge Penny will rule on September 29 if Spears’ conservatorship will finally come to an end just weeks after dad and longtime conservator Jamie Spears filed to end it; pictured 2015
As the #FreeBritney movement gears up for what they hope will mark a second chance at life for the popstar, numerous platforms including Netflix, Hulu and CNN have announced bombshell documentaries.
Britney’s former tour manager Dan George detailed just how much the star’s conservators have controlled her medical care for over a decade in an explosive new CNN interview.
George came forward with his observations of how the singer was treated while working with her on the Circus tour from 2008 to 2009 in a teaser for the upcoming documentary TOXIC: Britney Spears’ Battle for Freedom.
‘The conservatorship dictated to her who her doctors were going to be, which doctors she was going to see, how often she was going to see them, how long those sessions would be — every aspect of her medical care,’ he said in a preview for one-hour special, obtained by Page Six.
Speaking out: In an explosive revelation, George added his observations about her treatment in CNN’s TOXIC: Britney Spears’ Battle for Freedom
‘The conservatorship dictated to her who her doctors were going to be, which doctors she was going to see, how often she was going to see them, how long those sessions would be — every aspect of her medical care,’ he said in a preview for the upcoming documentary, obtained by Page Six
George’s statement comes after Spears testified that her conservatorship was so restrictive that she wasn’t allowed to remove her IUD birth control.
The Gimme More singer has been under a court order for 13 years where her dad has held the power over all of her personal and financial decisions following her multiple involuntary holds in psychiatric hospitals.
Her self appointed attorney, Mathew S. Rosengart, filed documents to end the conservatorship without a psychiatric evaluation and put a plan in place to ‘completely and inevitably’ end the legal arrangement this fall.
Additionally both Netflix and Hulu are set to put out content. A part two to FX on Hulu’s Framing Britney Spears documentary called Controlling Britney Spears was released on Friday.
It teased ‘new allegations from insiders with intimate knowledge of Britney’s daily life inside the conservatorship.’
Protecting her: Her newly minted fiance Sam Asghari has spoken out publicly about the various documentaries coming to light about Britney and has questioned the motives behind them
Netflix: : ‘I hope the profit from these docs go towards fighting agains [sic] injustice #freebritney,’ Asghari wrote of the Britney Vs. Spears documentary news
The latest: Following news of the release of a part two Hulu documentary and a CNN special the personal trainer continued to pen a statement to his Instagram story on Friday
The news of that documentary came just days after Netflix announced their documentary Britney Vs. Spears which will air the day before the court hearing.
After the trailer dropped her now fiance Sam Asghari quipped: ‘I hope the profit from these docs go towards fighting agains [sic] injustice #freebritney.’
And on Friday he continued to speak out against the onslaught of documentaries with an Instagram statement.
‘Apparently my opinion has increased in value over the last few days,’ Asghari began his statement. ‘Past docs left bad aftertaste. I’m hopeful this one will be respectful. I don’t blame CNN, BBC or NETFLIX (wich [sic] got me thru lockdowns) for airing them because as an actor I tell other people’s stories too.’
He continued: ‘I question producers who made them “just to shed light” without input or approval from subject. Any credit for light being shed should go to #freebritney.’
TIMELINE OF BRITNEY’S COMPLEX CONSERVATORSHIP AND HOW IT BEGAN
Britney with her father, brother and mother in 2006. Her parents separated
2002: Jamie Spears and Lynne Spears divorce.
Britney breaks up with Justin Timberlake around the same time.
2004: Britney marries Kevin Federline.
2007: Britney, struggling through a custody battle and split with Kevin, shaves her head and attacks a paparazzo’s car.
2008: Jamie Spears files for conservatorship of Britney, claiming she is not legally well enough to make her own decisions.
Britney in 2008 for a custody hearing as part of her split with Kevin Federline. Jamie Spears in court in 2008 getting the conservatorship
2009-2019: QUIET CONSERVATORSHIP YEARS
The conservatorship – which had been temporary – is extended every year.
In court papers, Jamie’s attorneys describe how she is making more money
JANUARY 2019: THE ARRANGEMENT STARTS TO CRUMBLE
Britney in 2019, in the grips of the conservatorship, in Las Vegas at her residency
Britney announces an ‘indefinite’ work hiatus and cancels her lucrative Las Vegas residency.
Jamie files paperwork asking for the conservatorship to be extended beyond California, to apply in Hawaii, Louisiana and Florida as well
He steps down as her primary conservator after allegations he abused one of her sons but is still listed as one of those in charge
EARLY 2020: Britney, Jamie and Jamie-Lynne are in Louisiana together for two weeks.
The #FreeBritney movement is picking up.
His attorneys claim everyone is happy together and enjoying spending time together in quarantine.
NOVEMBER 2020: Britney’s attorneys claim in papers that she’s afraid of her father and they ask for Bessemer Trust to be put in charge.
Her fans start speculating over her cryptic Instagram posts and videos that she wants a way out.
DECEMBER 2020: The conservatorship is extended until September 2021.
FEBRUARY 5, 2021: Framing Britney Spears debuts on Hulu.
The conservatorship that Britney was put under is ordinarily used in situations where older, perhaps senile people, can no longer look after their own affairs.
Fans are concerned for her well-being and have demanded that she be released from the control of her father, Jamie
It gives control over to an appointed conservator for the best interest of the recipient but in most cases, the recipient is not healthy enough to make their own money, unlike Britney who makes millions. Under the rules of the probate conservatorship, Jamie now has equal control over her estate to a third party and an attorney, Andrew Wallet.
Wallet derives a salary of $426,000 a year from Britney’s estate.
He, Jamie and the third party who was brought on recently can make deals on her behalf and restrict her visitors.
JUNE 23, 2021 – BRITNEY SPEAKS OUT IN COURT
Britney and her boyfriend Sam Asghari
In emotional testimony, Britney told the court that she had suffered psychologically for years as a result of the conservatorship which she said was so restrictive, she wasn’t allowed to remove her IUD birth control.
JUNE 30, 2021 – JUDGE DENIES BRITNEY’S REQUEST TO REMOVE JAMIE
Judge Brenda Penny, responding to Britney’s November 2020 request, refuses to remove Jamie from the agreement.
She doesn’t say why but she does invite her attorney to file paperwork to end it, which he doesn’t.
JULY 1, 2021 – BESSEMER TRUST RESIGNS AFTER BEING PUT IN CHARGE WITH JAMIE
A day after the judge’s ruling, Bessemer Trust, which had been brought on, resigned, saying they were never aware that Britney wanted to end the conservatorship.
In a court filing, the company’s attorneys said: ‘We heard her and respect her wishes.’
JULY 5, 2021 – BRITNEY’S LONG-TIME MANAGER RESIGNS
Larry Rudolph wrote a letter to Jamie and the conservatorship to say he was no longer needed since Britney wanted to retire.
He said he hadn’t spoken to her for two years but had been told by others that she wanted to step down.
JULY 6, 2021 – BRITNEY’S ATTORNEY STEPS DOWN
Sam Ingham, the attorney appointed to represent Britney in 2008, steps down after failing to file paperwork to terminate the conservatorship, despite her pleas.
JULY 14, 2021 -BRITNEY WINS RIGHT TO CHOOSE HER OWN LAWYER
A Los Angeles court granted Britney the right to choose a lawyer to help her end her conservatorship, after she told a judge the current situation was ‘allowing my dad to ruin my life’. She has chosen former federal prosecutor Mathew Rosengart as her new attorney.
JULY 23, 2021 – BRITNEY FLASHES HER BOOBS ON INSTAGRAM
Singer’s semi-nude post was hailed by fans including Paris Hilton as evidence of her determination to become a ‘free woman’.
JULY 27, 2021 – LYNNE SPEARS AGREES TO TESTIFY IN SUPPORT OF HER DAUGHTER
The singer’s mother’s attack on Jamie Spears gives her a powerful new ally in her bid to be freed.
AUGUST 12, 2021 – JAMIE SPEARS AGREES TO STEP DOWN AS CONSERVATOR
Jamie’s lawyers filed court documents saying that he will step down, and provide an orderly transition to another conservator.
He said that he was doing so because he felt a public argument with his daughter was not in her best interests.
SEPTEMBER 7, 2021 – JAMIE SPEARS FILES TO END THE CONSERVATORSHIP
Jamie states that his daughter ‘is entitled to have this Court now seriously consider whether this conservatorship is no longer required.’
The filing went on to say that Britney Spears’ circumstances have changed ‘to such an extent that grounds for establishment of a conservatorship may no longer exist.’
SEPTEMBER 29, 2021 – BRITNEY DUE BACK IN COURT
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