The hearing is taking place this Wednesday (14 July) in Los Angeles and will focus on handling the aftermath of Spears’s remarks.
In the weeks since her statement to the court, Spears’s court-appointed attorney has resigned, and the estate management company that was meant to oversee her finances has withdrawn from the conservatorship.
Spears isn’t expected to speak at today’s hearing, although she may participate in some form, since she has sought to pick her own attorney.
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Representative Matt Gaetz, a Republican of Florida, travelled to Los Angeles, California, on Wednesday for Britney Spears’ hearing about her conservatorship case.
Mr Gaetz was pictured and filmed at a rally held outside the Los Angeles courthouse.
He then approached the microphone to give a statement about the conservatorship and abuse Spears has allegedly experienced at the hands of her father, Jamie Spears – who was first assigned as her conservator in 2008.
“There’s a lot that still divides us but one thing we call all agree on is that Jamie Spears is a d***,” Mr Gaetz said while on Instagram live.
Starting soon: Britney Spears conservatorship case is heard in court
A court hearing will begin at 1:30pm local time in Los Angeles to discuss the aftermath of Britney Spears testimony about her conservatorship, which took place in June.
A Los Angeles judge and others who currently hold legal power of the pop singer will convene. It is not expected for Spears to speak during this hearing, but she might when it comes to deciding who will represent the singer.
Spears will be represented at the hearing by her longtime court-appointed lawyer, Samuel Ingham Ill,
But Mr Ingham filed documents last week saying he was resigning from his position as her representative, effective as soon as Spears gets a new attorney.
This came after Spears indicated she wanted different counsel when giving her bombshell testimony in court three weeks prior.