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Judge rules Britney Spears should have control over her money

Britney Spears will have full control over her financial assets – regardless of the unresolved argument over whether she’ll be forced to cover her father’s legal fees, which relate to the end of her conservatorship – a Los Angeles judge has ruled.In a formal hearing on Wednesday (January 18), judge Brenda Penny refused to allow funds from Spears’ conservatorship (which officially ended last November after 13 years) to be set aside for her father and former conservator, Jamie Spears, to pay for his seven-figure legal fees.As published by The Hollywood Reporter, Justin Gold – an attorney working for the temporary conservator of Spears’ estate – argued that Spears should be transferred the assets of her conservatorship in full. Jamie’s lawyer, Alex Weingarten, was staunchly opposed, telling the court: “Let’s remember why this conservatorship existed.
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