Britney Spears' lawyer slams Jamie during court hearing for his 'unfathomable behavior after eavesdropping on daughter'

BRITNEY Spears' attorney reportedly demanded her father be suspended from her conservatorship today in the latest hearing in the star's case.

Britney's case has returned to a Los Angeles courtroom today, with Judge Brenda Penny potentially set to make a number of bombshell rulings today.

Penny will be pressed to make major decisions on whether to keep Spears’ father on as her conservator, or whether to end the conservatorship altogether.

Spears’ attorney Mathew Rosengart has been aggressively pushing for the ouster of her father Jamie Spears since moments after Penny allowed her to hire Rosengart in July.

And in a major reversal, James Spears, who first sought the conservatorship in 2008 and has been its primary overseer ever since, has filed a petition to end it altogether.

A source told The Sun Britney Spears is not expected to take part in Wednesday’s hearing, but she may "join last minute."

Read our Britney Spears live blog for the latest news and updates…

  • H. J. Hayes

    REMOVING JAMIE IS IN BRITNEY'S 'BEST INTERESTS,' SAYS LAWYER

    Rosengart reportedly said that removing Jamie is in Brit's "best interests" for her safety.

    Rosengart also said that Jamie didn't want a termination on the conservatorship until he saw the discovery provided to his legal team, and knew that there was evidence of abuse.

  • H. J. Hayes

    'JAMES P. SPEARS MUST BE REMOVED TODAY,' SAYS ROSENGART

    Rosengart said that his client, Britney Jean Spears, "testified that JPS ABUSED her, subjected her to CRUELTY, and CANNOT BEAR HIS TOXIC PRESENCE FOR A SINGLE DAY MORE," says BritneyLawArmy on Twitter.

    "That cruel toxic and abusive man, who is an alcoholic THAT SHE IS AFRAID OF, remains in her life," Rosengart reportedly said.

  • H. J. Hayes

    BRITNEY'S LAWYER: "ASK HIM RIGHT NOW"

    When Jamie's attorney, Vivian Thoreen, argued there is no evidence that Rosengart has recorded Britney, Rosengart responded by telling Judge Penny to "ask him right now" if he planted a listening device in the bedroom that Britney "still sleeps in today."

  • H. J. Hayes

    JAMIE CANNOT BE IN BRIT'S LIFE 'FOR ONE MORE DAY'

    Twitter user @BritneyLawArmy reports that Rosengart has three demands for the court today: to suspend her father Jamie as conservator immediately, to have the court review and terminate the conservatorship in 30 – 45 days, and to have an orderly transition.

    Rosengart reportedly said that Mr. Spears "Cannot be in my client's life for 1 more day."

  • H. J. Hayes

    WHY DOES JAMIE WANT A TERMINATION INSTEAD OF A SUSPENSION?

    According to Rosengart, a termination would afford Jamie Spears protection from legal actions against him, including retribution for recording and monitoring Britney in conversations with her children, family and even attorney for several years.

     

    "Jamie wants a termination instead of a suspension and orderly termination because it means he won’t have to turn over records as a fiduciary of the estate," summarizes Twitter user @BritneyLawArmy, who is allegedly in the courtroom,

     

  • H. J. Hayes

    ROSENGART WANTS JAMIE 'BROUGHT TO LIGHT'

  • H. J. Hayes

    ROSENGART WANTS TO 'KEEP JAMIE FROM GETTING A SETTLEMENT'

    According to tweets from BritneyLawArmy, who is reportedly inside the courtroom, Jamie's attorneys argue the conservatorship should be terminated at once, and settlement should be discussed.

    Matthew Rosengart, Britney's attorney, argues that Jamie is after a settlement, and trying to avoid culpability from his actions during the conservatorship.

  • H. J. Hayes

    'I KNOW WHO I AM,' BRIT SAID

    In the weeks leading up to today's hearing, Britney took to Instagram to speak out against anyone who thinks she needs the heavy restrictions she's lived under for over a decade.

    The 39-year-old pop star proudly stated “I know who I am” as she shared a video montage of career highlights from moments that happened ahead of the strict court order she was placed in back in 2008.

    Britney fired off: "For some reason I feel like the world needs to be reminded…

    “I may dance in my living room now but I sure as hell know who I am!!!! Most of these accomplishments were from BEFORE the conservatorship! 

    “NUFF SAID !!! Mic drop… PS KISS MY WHITE A**!!!!!!!”

  • H. J. Hayes

    ROSENGART SLAMS JAMIE

    Twitter user @BritneyLawArmy once again stepped out of the courtroom, this time to report on Matthew Rosengart's testimony.

    Allegedly, Rosengart said Jamie Spears only wants 'delay and money' and that his client wants a suspension on Jamie today.

  • H. J. Hayes

    THOREEN STOOD UP FOR JAMIE, SAID BRITNEY "MADE HER OWN DECISIONS"

    In previous discussion of the conservatorship, Thoreen insisted that Britney made her own decisions, despite the widespread speculation she does not decide when she performs, records an album, or allows her name and likeness to be used.

    She added that Jamie fulfiled his guardianship of her with "the kind of dedication and diligence that only a family member – that only a parent who loves his daughter unconditionally – can."

     

  • H. J. Hayes

    WILL BRITNEY'S DAD BE REPLACED IN HER CONSERVATORSHIP?

    John Zabel is the certified public accountant Britney's attorney, Mathew Rosengart, has nominated to become temporary conservator of her estate.

    Jamie Spears argued that Britney's choice is not fit to run the conservatorship.

  • H. J. Hayes

    WILL BRITNEY'S CONSERVATORSHIP END TODAY?

    While many are hopeful that Britney's conservatorship will be terminated today, that may not happen–but a termination date may be scheduled.

    A member of the public who is present in the courtroom, @BritneyLawArmy, stepped into the hallway to tweet about the hearing, reporting that Vivian Thoreen has asked to "place the termination on the court calendar."

  • H. J. Hayes

    JAMIE IS UP FIRST

    The judge allegedly asked Jamie's lawyer Vivian Thoreen to speak first.

  • H. J. Hayes

    TWITTER USER REPORTS ROSENGART AND THOREEN ARE ONLY IN-PERSON APPEARANCES

    User @BritneyLawArmy on Twitter, a member of the public and Free Britney movement leader who has followed the case for months, reports that Matthew Rosengart and Vivian Thoreen, Britney's and Jamie's attorneys, are the only two people physically in the court with the judge.

    Others involved in the hearing are reportedly appearing via video.

  • H. J. Hayes

    WHEN WILL WE KNOW WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE COURTHOUSE?

    Because streaming and electronic devices aren't allowed in the courtroom, the public won't know what's going on in the hearing until it ends, or until a recess is held.

    It's unknown how long the hearing will last.

    A break may also happen at some point during the hearing.

  • H. J. Hayes

    BRITNEY'S ATTORNEY ARRIVES AT COURTHOUSE

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