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Here’s a great and informative podcast discussion with a conservatorship lawyer and psychiatrists familiar with conservatorship talking about Britney’s case. They point out multiple weird/alarming things in her conservatorship.

For example the lawyer tells that he has filed multiple petitions to end the conservatorship on behalf of his clients - even though he knew they won’t succeed - JUST BECAUSE THEY ASKED for it. That is: Ingham really should have petitioned years ago to end Britney’s conservatorship when she first said she wanted it to end.

Britney’s lawyer should also look at every contract made on her behalf and make sure that they are good for her and when possible, what she wants. I don’t know if Ingham even looked at her contracts, but I’m pretty sure he didn’t show them to Britney.

One of the psychiatrists pointed out that if Britney was having a manic episode or psychosis in 2007-2008, she should have been in hospital for months, not just days at the time. If she was in such a bad shape, her doctors could be sued for malpractice for releasing her without proper care.

Why would they let her go if she was so out of her mind and incapacitated that she would need to be in conservatorship? They wouldn’t – she wasn’t seriously ill. 
 

If she had a psychosis or a manic episode she wouldn’t have been able to tape a tv show less than two months later.

There were other really good points and questions like what can seeing constantly flashing lights do to you when you’re under high stress.

Or that just because someone is talking fast doesn’t mean that they are manic. Or if you’ve been hunted by paparazzi, it’s normal to be slightly paranoid. 
 

Even if someone is hallucinating or hearing voices but still knows who they are, who their kids are and can take care of themselves etc. they can’t put them in a conservatorship. (They don’t assume that Britney has been hallucinating or hearing voices, it was just a general comment.)

The US has a common law system, the law changes constantly based on court cases. Since Britney was put to the conservatorship, there have been cases (a case?) that now has/have changed the law so that a conservator/guardian can’t deny a person from seeing someone nor force them to see someone who they don’t want to see. Her lawyer should have informed Britney about her rights and brought that up in the court.

Based on current laws she should have a right to have her own cellphone (and call anyone she wants with it), take out her IUD and meet whoever she wants to meet (and not to meet people she doesn’t want to meet). She can even meet people who steal money from her is she wants.

It’s illegal to blackmail her with her kids to do things she doesn’t want to do.

And so much more. I highly recommend you check this out:

https://podcasts.apple.com/fi/podcast/121-britney-spears-discussion-conservatorship-lawyer/id1335892956?i=1000529195394&l=fi

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22 minutes ago, The Finn said:

Here’s a great and informative podcast discussion with a conservatorship lawyer and psychiatrists familiar with conservatorship talking about Britney’s case. They point out multiple weird/alarming things in her conservatorship.

For example the lawyer tells that he has filed multiple petitions to end the conservatorship on behalf of his clients - even though he knew they won’t succeed - JUST BECAUSE THEY ASKED for it. That is: Ingham really should have petitioned years ago to end Britney’s conservatorship when she first said she wanted it to end.

Britney’s lawyer should also look at every contract made on her behalf and make sure that they are good for her and when possible, what she wants. I don’t know if Ingham even looked at her contracts, but I’m pretty sure he didn’t show them to Britney.

One of the psychiatrists pointed out that if Britney was having a manic episode or psychosis in 2007-2008, she should have been in hospital for months, not just days at the time. If she was in such a bad shape, her doctors could be sued for malpractice for releasing her without proper care.

Why would they let her go if she was so out of her mind and incapacitated that she would need to be in conservatorship? They wouldn’t – she wasn’t seriously ill. 
 

If she had a psychosis or a manic episode she wouldn’t have been able to tape a tv show less than two months later.

There were other really good points and questions like what can seeing constantly flashing lights do to you when you’re under high stress.

Or that just because someone is talking fast doesn’t mean that they are manic. Or if you’ve been hunted by paparazzi, it’s normal to be slightly paranoid. 
 

Even if someone is hallucinating or hearing voices but still knows who they are, who their kids are and can take care of themselves etc. they can’t put them in a conservatorship. (They don’t assume that Britney has been hallucinating or hearing voices, it was just a general comment.)

The US has a common law system, the law changes constantly based on court cases. Since Britney was put to the conservatorship, there have been cases (a case?) that now has/have changed the law so that a conservator/guardian can’t deny a person from seeing someone nor force them to see someone who they don’t want to see. Her lawyer should have informed Britney about her rights and brought that up in the court.

Based on current laws she should have a right to have her own cellphone (and call anyone she wants with it), take out her IUD and meet whoever she wants to meet (and not to meet people she doesn’t want to meet). She can even meet people who steal money from her is she wants.

It’s illegal to blackmail her with her kids to do things she doesn’t want to do.

And so much more. I highly recommend you check this out:

https://podcasts.apple.com/fi/podcast/121-britney-spears-discussion-conservatorship-lawyer/id1335892956?i=1000529195394&l=fi

glad someone else is saying it... when we say it people say "Oh BuT lOoK At hEr iNsTagrAM... ShE iS cLeARly InSAnE!"

 

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