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  1. It's amazing the case of Britney Spears is changing the laws around the world. Changes in cship laws in Germany will come into effect in 2023 https://www.rbb24.de/panorama/beitrag/2021/07/interview-vormundschaft-britney-spears-dagmar-zorn.html google translate US pop star Britney Spears is under guardianship - and is not even allowed to decide on a possible pregnancy. The lawyer Dagmar Zorn explains why this would not be possible in Germany - and how guardianship is regulated here. Dagmar Zorn works as a lecturer in the administration of justice at the University of Economics and Law (HWR) in Berlin - even at the moment when the interview request from rbbl24 reaches her. She uses a break in her lecture to call back. rbbl24: Ms. Zorn, the singer Britney Spears got a guardian in the USA, since then she has not been allowed to determine whether she becomes pregnant or how she does her job. In Germany there is something like a guardianship, but here it means legal support ... Dagmar Zorn: That's right, in Germany guardianship for adults was replaced by legal support in 1992. However, such care must be geared very closely to the interests of the person being looked after. This part of the law is currently being reformed. The reform is based on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and once again strengthens the rights of those in care. As a result, the person being looked after is placed even more in the center than before. The concept behind this is called assisted decision making. What is the new concept about? The reform will come into force in 2023 and from then on all decisions that can somehow be made by the person being cared for must also be made by them. This means that the supervisor has to support people in their independence and in their own decision-making even more than before. When and how can it be determined that people have to give up part of their autonomy? The legislature says that in Germany an adult who is unable to take care of his affairs himself due to a physical disability or illness gets a carer. Assuming I had dementia and could no longer take care of my financial affairs myself: Then I would get a supervisor for it. Unless I have made provisions myself for this case and have given a third party a power of attorney in the event of illness. If this is not the case, the state stands by and orders care. But who decides that one person can no longer manage their affairs alone? This is actually checked in a very formal process. Usually, relatives, neighbors or employees in care facilities bring the information to a care court from the outside that a person needs someone to take care of their affairs because they are no longer able to do so themselves. Then a custody court procedure starts. At the end of the day, supervision can be ordered, which is then checked again at the latest after seven years and the whole process starts all over again. As a rule, experts are then commissioned to provide an expert opinion in which they consider appropriate support to be necessary. How does that go? It is mostly experts from the medical field who get a personal impression of the person concerned. The respect of the person is prescribed. It then comes down to a technical examination. What can the person no longer do? Why can't she do that anymore? If it is found that the person can no longer regulate certain things, a check is made: Has he made provisions for this case? What, for example, may legal guardians decide instead of the person being cared for? It can happen that a person is deprived of liberty, for example in a psychiatric ward, if there is a risk of self-harm or harm to others. In practice, however, there are also very often housing issues that people cannot perceive themselves. In such cases, after a corresponding judicial review and approval, caregivers may also sell an apartment from the property of the cared for. These are far-reaching decisions. What are the formal requirements for training a legal advisor? This is currently not regulated and we want to formulate this point for the first time in a working group in the Federal Ministry of Justice. The point is to define requirements for the people who do legal care professionally. The legislature still assumes that volunteer carers perform these tasks, often relatives. In recent years, however, it has been more and more common that no relatives have been found. That is why the care workers are on the rise. And for that we need minimum requirements. How often does it happen that important decisions are made against the will of the person being cared for? Something like that can happen, but as a supervisor I always have to orientate myself towards the wishes of the person being cared for. If someone wants to buy a Ferrari and has the money for it, then I can't stand in the way just because I don't like cars like that. Supervisors may only shift their own opinion instead of that of the person being cared for if this is actually necessary to protect the person being cared for. And it is the task of the court to check at least once a year whether the supervisor is also fulfilling these obligations and is not acting inadmissibly against the will of the person being cared for. Apart from the annual reporting obligation that exists for every supervisor, a court can always turn to the supervisor itself to find out what has happened in this or that matter. But if the supervisor writes the report on his or her own activity, then it is easy to imagine that he or she leaves out certain conflicts in this report. That's right. But as a court I always have the opportunity to ask the person concerned myself. And as far as I know, the courts are making more and more use of this. Then would you consider it impossible for a court in Germany to intervene as strongly in private life as the US judiciary in the Britney Spears case? We couldn't have a Britney Spears case. A marriage, for example, has nothing to do with the caregiver. If the person being cared for is able to marry, they can marry at any time. It is the other way around with divorce. Another example is interference with the right to vote. The arrangement of supervision used to have an impact on the right to vote. It was entered in the election book that this person has a supervisor for all matters, and so this person was neither actively nor passively entitled to vote. All of that has been done away with. The supervised person can also conclude or draw up wills or inheritance contracts if he is authorized to do business. However, it can happen that the person being cared for has children - and if the carer is of the opinion that this person cannot carry out his or her duties as a legal guardian, then there can be a reference to a family court with the request to review custody. Indeed, there are always conflicts on this point. Thank you for the interview! The interview was conducted by Roberto Jurkschat.
  2. Did Britney know what was happening in court WHILE she was filming the Circus music video? Did she know the conservatorship was being made permanent while she was on the set of her Music Video? Or did they keep that hidden from her? What do you think? “The music video for "Circus" was filmed from October 28 to November 2, 2008 in Los Angeles, California. It was directed by Francis Lawrence” Oct. 28, 2008 - Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Reva Goetz rules that Britney's conservatorship will become permanent. (Case # BP109096)
  3. Sometimes it's easier to solve puzzles when the facts are laid out in chronological order. Can we begin posting key dates, and I can update this post as we go? __________________________________ Jan. 1, 2004 - Britney marries childhood friend Jason Alexander in Las Vegas without a pre-nuptial agreement. Her team forces them to dissolve the marriage. They disconnect her phone one month later so he is unable to reach her. July 26, 2004 - Britney's estimated $100-million fortune is placed into the SJB Revocable Trust. Britney is the sole Trustee. The Trust includes all of Britney's corporations: BBS Entertainment Inc., Britney Brands, Inc., Britney Films, Inc., Britney On-Line, Inc., Britney Television, LLC, One More Time Music, Inc., Parklane Productions, LLC, Coastal Operatives, LLC, B & L Music, Inc., Fairy Zone Productions, Inc. (California), Bridgemore Timber, LLC, Vista Peace Productions, LLC, Britney Touring, Inc. (the "Entities"), and Fairy Zone Productions, Inc. (Delaware). The Trust also includes all of Britney's stocks and securities, cash and cash equivalents such as bank and savings accounts, and personal items such as jewelry, vehicles, and clothing. July 26, 2004 - The Love Shack Trust is established to enable Britney to purchase real estate. Sept. 18, 2004 - Britney marries backup dancer Kevin Federline in a surprise ceremony touted as an "engagement party." Oct. 6, 2004 - Britney legally marries Kevin Federline after both parties hash out a pre-nuptial agreement. Sept. 14, 2005 - Britney gives birth to Sean Preston. June 7, 2006 - US Weekly reports that Britney's family has hired a Christian life coach to assist in her decision to file for divorce from Kevin Federline. Aug. 2006 - During this month, Sweet Jamie Music, Inc., owned by Jamie Lynn Spears, undergoes a Change of Officer. Aug. 5, 2006 - By now Lou M. Taylor, President of Tri Star Entertainment is representing Jamie Lynn Spears, who appears on the TV show "Zoey 101." The Tri-Star website lists the staff as including Lou M. Taylor and Mitch Martin. According to Lou M. Taylor's bio, "I focus on making a difference in our business by operating a life management model that includes a cohesive working relationship with each member of a client’s team to ensure maximum professional support and counsel." Sept. 12, 2006 - Britney gives birth to Jayden James. Oct. 2006 - Britney hires Sean Phillip as a personal trainer. He claims that following Britney's separation from Kevin Federline she was given two unknown pills daily, that she didn't have the access code to her new house, didn't have a phone, and didn't have access to her money — only the number for a black Amex card assigned to her manager's business scrawled on a piece of paper. Nov. 7, 2006 - Britney Spears files a petition for divorce from Kevin Federline. Dec. 11, 2006 - Spears Management, Inc. is incorporated in California with a mailing address listed in Kentwood, LA. Dec. 31, 2006 - By the end of this year, the Britney Spears Foundation is in a deficit of close to $200,000. Jan. 1, 2007 - Britney passes out at a New Year's event at Pure Nightclub. It is alleged that her management plied her with pills in an attempt to revive her. Jan. 11, 2007 - James P. Spears, Co-Trustee of The Love Shack Trust, helps purchase The Summit residence. Feb. 14, 2007 - Britney is taken to rehab in Antigua by manager Larry Rudolph. Within 24 hours, she checks herself out and returns to Florida. Feb. 16, 2007 - Britney nearly misses her flight from Miami to Los Angeles. The walkway is re-extended so she can board the plane. Feb. 16, 2007 - That evening, Britney shaves her head. “Right before Britney went into Promises, after she shaved her head, I got an anonymous call from a man while I was driving in Los Angeles. There are drugs planted in Britney’s Malibu home,” he said, going on to tell me that it was a conspiracy between Kevin and Britney’s assistants to make my daughter look like a bad mother.” (Lynne Spears, "Through The Storm," page 165) Two paragraphs later, Lynne admits that the man who called about the drugs was Sam Lutfi. Feb. 17, 2007 - Britney no longer has access to any form of money. She cannot even book a hotel room because she no longer has the full number for the black Amex credit card that was scrawled on a piece of paper. Feb. 20, 2007 - Britney checks into Promises rehab center in Los Angeles. Feb. 21, 2007 - Kevin Federline is granted an ex parte (emergency) court hearing over custody of their two young sons. Feb. 21 2007 - Britney checks out of Promises and drives to meet with Blair Berk, a prominent criminal defence attorney. Feb. 22, 2007 - Britney checks back into rehab for the third time. She enters Promises for a one-month stay. Mar. 21, 2007 - Britney is released from rehab. Mar. 24, 2007 - An annual accounting shows the mailing address of Spears Management, Inc. has changed from Kentwood to that of Tri-Star Entertainment. Apr. 13, 2007 - Britney sues manager Larry Rudolph through the Labor Commissioner of the State of California. (Case No. TAC 3744) Apr. 13, 2007 - In a taped rant, Britney says, "My management totally knew what they were doing when they sent me to rehab - they were so right." Apr. 19, 2007 - In a statement to Page Six, James Spears sticks up for Britney's manager Larry Rudolph - who was fired by Britney last Friday. May 22, 2007 - Lynne Spears attends the season finale of Dancing with the Stars with Sam Lutfi, as well as discusses shoe and jewelry endorsements with him. (Lynne Spears, "Through The Storm," page 167) June 28, 2007 - Britney visits the set of Zoey 101 to serve her mother with a faux restraining order regarding the boys. Aug. 31, 2007 - Howard Grossman, a Trustee of Love Shack Trust, helps purchase a home at 3200 Retreat Crt. in Malibu. Sept. 18, 2007 - Britney is ordered to undergo random drug and alcohol testing, attend individual counselling, and meet with a parenting coach. Family court Commissioner Scott M. Gordon concludes "there is a habitual, frequent, and continuous use of controlled substances and alcohol by (Spears)," but declines to alter the joint custody agreement which is in place between her and Kevin Federline. Sept. 23, 2007 - Britney is charged with hit and run and driving without a valid license, stemming from an incident on August 6, 2007. Sept. 25, 2007 - A family court hearing is set for November 26, 2007 to discuss Kevin Federline's request for an increase in time from the current 50/50 visitation schedule. Oct. 1, 2007 - A judge grants Kevin Federline the sole right "to retain physical custody of the minor children." Federline's attorney petitioned for Monday's unscheduled hearing after Spears was spotted shuttling her two children around LA over the weekend, less than two weeks after she was busted on charges of driving without a license. Oct. 1, 2007 - The Dr. Phil show contacts Federline's family members asking them to be guests on an upcoming show about the custody battle. Oct. 29, 2007 - Lynne Spears has signed a book deal with a Christian imprint. The book is to be based on her spiritual journals. Oct. 29, 2007 - Wright Entertainment Group (WEG), owned by ex-manager Johnny Wright, sues Britney for unpaid commissions. WEG managed Britney until February 2003, but was supposed to keep receiving commissions until February 2008 for deals negotiated on her behalf. Now WEG claims that Britney stopped paying in December 2006. WEG claims Britney has not accounted for or paid commissions for Zomba advances on LP's 3 and 4 ("In The Zone" and "Greatest Hits"), among other claims against "Britney Touring, Inc" (BTI). Also, "Upon information and belief, SPEARS and BTI concealed from WEG a series of negotiations and agreements for otherwise commissionable Gross Receipts payable to WEG, thus diverting those commissions to SPEARS directly or indirectly, or to corporate entities without the knowledge, consent, or agreement of WEG, both before and after the termination Agreement." Nov. 15, 2007 - Britney must attend court after a positive drug test. The cause is thought to be a prescription for Adderall. Dec. 1, 2007 - Bryan Spears remains the President of the Britney Spears Foundation, having signed the 2006 tax return with a female accountant from Tennessee. Jan. 4, 2008 - Britney is placed on a "5150" hold, which can last up to 72-hours if it is determined she is a threat to herself or others. Jan 5, 2008 - Dr. Phil McGraw is invited into Britney's hospital room by her family. Britney walks out after he enters, and checks out of the hospital. Jan. 21, 2008 - Britney sits for a deposition at the offices of Mark Vincent Kaplan. Jan. 25, 2008 - Britney visits Dr. Deborah Nadel for the first time after the family court forces her to undergo a psychological evaluation. Jan. 28, 2008 - Lynne and Jamie Spears arrive at Britney's house in separate cars at around 10 pm after hearing Britney and Sam Lutfi were fighting and that Britney was crying. "Sam told Jackie and me that he grinds up Britney's pills, which were on the counter and included Risperdol and Seroquel. He told us that he puts them in her food that that was the reason she had been quiet for the last three days (she had been sleeping.) He told us that the doctor who is treating her now is trying to get her into a sleep-induced coma so that they could then give her drugs to heal her brain." Jan. 30, 2008 - Paparazzi agency X17 reports that there has been a suicide attempt. Britney is alone at the house with Sam Lutfi, until he contacts Lynne Spears and requests her to come over. The police and ambulance arrive and take her to the Neuro Psychiatric Institute at UCLA ("NPI"). Britney's hospitalization is ordered on the recommendation of Dr. Deborah Nadel. LAPD helicopters circle overhead in a tightly-orchestrated effort to ensure Britney doesn't escape from her home before police can obtain a warrant to enter. Jan. 31, 2008 - In the early morning hours, Britney is placed on a second "5150" hold. According to Lynne Spears, Britney tells her doctor that she has been taking Adderall. Jan. 31, 2008 - Lynne Spears files a declaration to obtain a restraining order against Sam Lutfi, claiming he was drugging Britney. Feb. 1, 2008 - The probate laws of California are broken by the Superior Court when Judge Reva Goetz places Britney Spears under a temporary conservatorship (Case # BP108870). The cause of the temporary conservatorship is due to "dementia." A violation of due process occurs when Jamie Spears' attorneys select Samuel Ingham III to represent Britney, despite the California Probate Code specifying that Britney receive a document telling her she may select her court-appointed attorney herself. Judge Goetz includes a handwritten note: "PVP Counsel shall review and discuss the orders and related proceedings with the Conservatee. PVP Counsel shall retain all copies of the orders and pleadings and shall not leave them with the Conservatee." Feb. 2, 2008 - Britney speaks for 30 minutes with lawyer Adam Streisand of the firm Loeb & Loeb. Feb. 2, 2008 - Britney's grandfather, 77-year old June Austin Spears is interviewed about her 5150. “Her daddy and her brother Bryan had a lot to do with it,” he admitted. “They just want what’s best for her, I guess.” Feb. 3, 2008 - Court-apppointed attorney Samuel Ingham III visits Britney unannounced at the UCLA Medical Center, determining that she didn't understand the court proceedings, and that "she lacks the capacity to retain counsel." Ingham violates the law by writing a report expressing his opinion that Britney lacks capacity. There is no reference in the California Probate Code for a court-appointed attorney to write such a report, for which there is no statutory authority. Ingham does not leave a copy of the report with Britney. Feb. 3, 2008 - Attempts to serve Britney's "manager," Sam Lutfi, with a restraining order fail twice over the weekend. Feb. 4, 2008 - In a court hearing on Monday, Britney attempts to exercise her Constitutional right to hire lawyer Adam Streisand to represent her. He is denied. Before being ejected from the courtroom, Streisand claims Britney's estate is worth $40-million, encompasses 15 separate entities and is in the middle of a $17-million IRS audit with Jive Records. Streisand says Britney has expressed a "very strong desire" for her father, Jamie Spears, not to be the conservator of her estate. He asks the court to name Northern Trust Bank and Spears' business manager Howard Grossman as co-conservators. At the request of Jeryll S. Cohen, lawyer for James P. Spears, the capacity declaration for the hearing is sealed, "in order to protect the therapeutic relationships between Britney and the medical and mental health professionals who are treating her." Feb. 6, 2008 - X17 photographer Felipe accompanies Britney to the Beverly Hills Hotel to meet with Adam Streisand and business manager Howard Grossman. Feb. 6, 2008 - Sam Lutfi confirms that Michael Sands, the former publicist of Mark Vincent Kaplan, is now working for him. Feb. 6, 2008 - Sam Lutfi admits he gave Britney "a handful of pills" on the evening of Jan. 30, just hours before her parents arrived and before her hospitalization. Calling from a payphone at an undisclosed location in Los Angeles, Lutfi claims he told Lynne Spears: “I said these pills are working wonders — they are miracle pills.” Feb. 12, 2008 - Britney speaks to lawyer Jon Eardley on the phone before it is taken away and disconnected. Feb. 13, 2008 - A physician is ordered to report to the court concerning Britney's medical evaluation. Feb. 14, 2008 - Britney ceases to be the Trustee of the SJB Revocable Trust. She is replaced by Temporary Successor Co-Trustees Bryan Spears and lawyer Ivan Taback. Feb. 25, 2008 - Lawyer Jon Eardley claims via his spokesman, Michael Sands (who also represents Sam Lutfi), that Britney has been robbed and is being abused. "I have been informed of the existence of voice mails, etc., that include verbal abuse." Sands claims the theft is on a grand scale, involving racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering, and that the theft occurred prior to the conservatorship taking place and continues still. Sands claims there is an ongoing criminal investigation, but declines to say which agency is involved. As a result, he said, his office has been broken into and documents have been allegedly stolen and/or erased from his computer. "Lives have been threatened," Sands said. "People are being intimidated. It's terrorism. I don't want to make any accusations, but we're talking the financial r*** of Britney Spears." Mar. 10, 2008 - "Britney Touring, Inc." is transferring from the SJB Revocable Trust to the newly formed Estate (Jamie Spears & Andrew Wallet). Mar. 11, 2008 - Ivan Taback files a declaration to the probate court to confirm the title of the contents of the SJB Revocable Trust. Those who receive copies include Samuel D. Ingham III (Council to Britney), James P. Spears (Conservator of the Person and Co-Conservator of the Estate), Andrew Wallet (Co-Conservator of the Estate), and Geraldine Wyle, Jerryl S. Cohen, and Vivian Thoreen (Lawyers for the Conservator of the Person and Co-Conservators of the Estate) Mar. 11, 2008 - Criminal defence attorney Blair Berk and Sam Lutfi exchange emails regarding a meeting at Berk's office. The emails are a part of Berk's declaration in support of Jamie Spears' request to stop harassment. Mar. 31, 2008 - Larry Rudolph is rehired for the third time as Britney's manager. Apr. 13, 2008 - JFXOnline reports that Adnan Ghalib has been stabbed after being attacked. Sept. 16, 2008 - Lynne Spears releases "Through The Storm," detailing how James Spears and Lou M. Taylor planned the conservatorship. Oct. 21, 2008 - JFXOnline insinuates that Britney and Adnan may be back "on" after photos arise of her wearing his ring. Oct. 28, 2008 - Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Reva Goetz rules that Britney's conservatorship will become permanent. (Case # BP109096) Nov. 19, 2008 - "For The Record" is released, in which a crying Britney claims her life is like Groundhog Day and "too in control." Dec. 11, 2008 - Rolling Stone editor Jenny Eliscu, after interviewing Britney, says of the conservatorship: "It's a problem for her now." Jan. 5, 2009 - By this date the "dementia" claim has been removed from court documents, and replaced with "unable to resist undue influence." Jan. 16, 2009 - Adnan Ghalib and Sam Lutfi work together to deliver Britney a cell phone at a Beverly Hills hotel. Jan. 21, 2009 - JFXOnline releases a taped message Britney left for lawyer Jon Eardley: "Hi my name’s Britney Spears. I called you earlier. I’m calling again because I just wanted to make sure that during the process of eliminating the conservatorship that my father has threatened me several times, you know, he’ll take my children away. I just want to be guaranteed that everything will be fine with the process of you guys taking care of everything that things will stay the same as far as my custodial time. That’s it, bye.” Feb. 3, 2009 - Sam Lutfi files a lawsuit against Britney and her parents for breach of contract and defamation. Feb. 25, 2009 - Adnan Ghalib is charged after hitting a process server with his car while trying to escape delivery of a restraining order. Mar. 3, 2009 - The first date of the Circus Starring Britney Spears occurs in New Orleans, LA. Mar. 18, 2009 - A three-year restraining order is issued against Adnan Ghalib and Sam Lutfi. June 5, 2009 - Britney settles her lawsuit with Johnny Wright's management company, WEG. Mar. 20, 2011 - Brand Sense Partner, LLC sues Britney for $10-million. “Britney secretly made a separate deal with Elizabeth Arden in a sneaky underhanded effort to circumvent and evade its obligations to Brand Sense,” the suit states. “Brand Sense had a contractual right to a 35% commission on any Britney Spears-branded fragrance sold by Elizabeth Arden,” the suit claims. “But Mr. Spears complained that the commission was too high and said that Britney did not want to pay it.” A compromise deal was orchestrated, which would have delivered royalties directly to Britney. June 16, 2011 - The first date of the Femme Fatale tour occurs in Sacramento, CA. Sept. 28, 2011 - James Spears is made Manager of the Femme Fatale tour, earning him over $1-million via a 2% cut of Larry's 10% commission. Feb. 17, 2012 - Britney settles her lawsuit with Brand Sense Partners LLC, paying the company commissions for a period of years, in addition to a lump sum. May 30, 2013 - Atara Tours, Inc. is registered in Nevada with James Spears as President and Andrew Wallet as Treasurer. Dec. 27, 2013 - "Britney: Piece Of Me" launches as a residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Nevada. May 2, 2016 - Britney faces Lutfi across a table for four hours as she testifies for his lawsuit. By all accounts, she is cool and collected. Sept. 7, 2016 - Lutfi settles his lawsuit against Britney and her parents, with Lutfi receiving in the low six figures. Aug. 16, 2017 - The conservators file court documents asking to change Britney's will so her sons cannot access the entire SJB Revocable Trust at the age of 18. Dec. 17, 2017 - Jamie Lynn Spears requests to be named sole Trustee of the SJB Revocable Trust. She is to replace Ivan Taback. It is unknown when Bryan Spears resigned as co-Trustee. Around this time the SJB Insurance Trust is assigned a new trustee. It is currently unknown who that trustee is. Dec. 31, 2017 - The final show of the "Britney: Piece of Me" residency occurs at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, closing out a five-year run. May 22, 2018 - Jamie Lynn Spears is accepted as sole Trustee of the SJB Revocable Trust by the probate court. May 22, 2018 - Kevin Federline files documents with the family court asking for a forensic accounting; Jamie Spears has refused to reveal Britney's financials. May 23, 2018 - Mark Vincent Kaplan releases a statement to the media, announcing that Kevin and Britney's father are battling over an increase to his monthly custody payments. June 10, 2018 - For the first time since 2007, the monthly child support payments to Kevin Federline are increased from $20,000 to an unknown amount. June 10, 2018 - Co-Conservator Andrew Wallet asks the probate court for a substantial raise. He is approved, and begins receiving $426,000 per year for his work. July 6, 2018 - The SJB Revocable Trust undergoes its first amendment, allowing the "BJS Kids & Family Trust" to be the recipient of all of Britney's assets upon her death. July 12, 2018 - The first show of the Piece of Me: Exclusive Limited Tour occurs at an MGM Resort in Maryland. Britney later testifies: "I was on tour in 2018. I was forced to: my management said if I don’t do this tour, I will have to find an attorney. My own management could sue me if I didn’t follow through with the tour. He handed me a sheet of paper as I got off the stage in Vegas and said I had to sign it. It was very threatening and scary. And with the conservatorship, I couldn’t even get my own attorney. So out of fear, I went ahead and I did the work." Aug. 3, 2018 - During an ex parte hearing in family court, Britney's private visitation deal with Kevin is modified from 50/50 to 70/30. It is not formalized by the probate court until a year later. Aug. 26, 2018 - Britney ejects a fan from a meet and greet at a London POM tour date after the fan lightly touches the back of her sweater. Aug. 28, 2018 - Britney is accused of being uncommunicative and disrespectful to fans at a Paris date of the POM tour. Both James Spears and Lou Taylor are spotted in Paris. Sept. 1, 2018 - The final regular show of the Piece of Me: Exclusive Limited Tour occurs in Blackpool, England. Oct. 19, 2018 - Britney announces the Domination residency in Las Vegas, but leaves the scene before speaking to the crowd. Oct. 21, 2018 - Britney plays one final show for the Piece of Me: Exclusive Limited Tour in Austin, Texas. Britney later testifies: "When I came off that tour, a new show in Las Vegas was supposed to take place. I started rehearsing early, but it was hard because I’d been doing Vegas for four years and I needed a break in between. But no, I was told this is the timeline and this is how it’s going to go. I rehearsed four to four days a week. Half of the time in the studio and a half of the other time in a Westlake studio. I was basically directing most of the show. I actually did most of the choreography, meaning I taught my dancers my new choreography myself, I take everything I do very seriously. There’s tons of video with me at rehearsals. I wasn’t good — I was great. I led a room of 16 new dancers in rehearsals. It’s funny to hear my managers’ side of the story. They all said I wasn’t participating in rehearsals. And I never agreed to take my medication — my medication is only taken in the mornings, never at rehearsal. They don’t even see me. So why are they even claiming that? When I said no to one dance move into rehearsals, it was as if I planted a huge bomb somewhere. And I said no, I don’t want to do it this way. After that my management, my dancers and my assistant of the new people that were supposed to do the new show all went into a room, shut the door and didn’t come out for at least 45 minutes. Ma’am, I’m not here to be anyone’s slave. I can say no to a dance move. I was told by my at the time therapist, Dr. Benson — who [has since] died — that my manager called him and then that moment and told him I wasn’t cooperating or following the guidelines in rehearsals. And he also said I wasn’t taking my medication, which is so dumb, because I’ve had the same lady every morning for the past eight years give me my same medication. And I’m nowhere near these stupid people. It made no sense at all. There was a week period where they were nice to me, and I told them I don’t want to do it that way. They said if I don’t want to do the new Vegas show, I don’t have to because I was getting really nervous. It was like lifting literally 200 pounds off of me when they said I don’t have to do the show anymore, because it was really really hard on me and it was too much. I couldn’t take it anymore. So I remember telling my assistant, I feel weird if I say no, I feel like they’re gonna come back and be mean to me or punish me or something. Three days later, after I said no to Vegas, my therapist sat me down in a room and said he had a million phone calls about how I was not cooperating in rehearsals, and I haven’t been taking my medication. All this was false — he immediately, the next day, put me on lithium out of nowhere. He took me off my normal meds I’ve been on for five years. And lithium is a very, very strong and completely different medication compared to what I was used to. You can go mentally impaired if you take too much if you stay on it longer than five months. But he put me on that and I felt drunk. I couldn’t even have a conversation with my mom or dad really about anything. I told him I was scared and I my doctor had me on six different nurses with this new medication come to my home, stay with me to monitor me on this new medication, which I never wanted to be on to begin with. There were six different nurse nurses in my home and they wouldn’t let me get in my car to go anywhere for a month. Not only did my family not do a ****** thing, my dad was all for it. Anything that happened to me had to be approved by my dad. And my dad acted like he didn’t know that I was told I had to be tested over the Christmas holidays before they sent me away, when my kids went to home to Louisiana. He was the one who approved all of it. My whole family did nothing." Jan. 4, 2019 - The Domination residency is put on hold as "Britney" announces an indefinite work hiatus due to James' ruptured colon. Britney later testifies: "Over the two-week holiday, a lady came into my home for four hours a day, sat me down and did a psych test on me. It took forever. But I was I was told I had to, then after that I got off. When I was told I had to, then after I got a phone call from my dad, basically saying I’d failed the test or whatever, whatever. “I’m sorry, Britney, you have to listen to your doctors. They’re planning to send you to a small home in Beverly Hills to do a small rehab program that we’re going to make up for you. You’re going to pay $60,000 a month for this.” I cried on the phone for an hour and he loved every minute of it. The control he had over someone as powerful as me, as he loved the control to hurt his own daughter 100,000%. He loved it. I packed my bags and went to that place. I worked seven days a week, no days off, which in California, the only similar thing to this is called s** trafficking. Making anyone work against their will, taking all their possessions away — credit card, cash, phone passport — and placing them in a home where they work with the people who live with them. They all lived in the house with me, the nurses, the 24-7 security. There was one chef that came there and cooked for me daily on them during the weekdays. They watched me change every day — morning, noon and night. I had no privacy dog from my, from my room, I get eight gallons of blood a week. If I didn’t do any of my meetings and work from eight to six at night, which is 10 hours a day, seven days a week, no days off, I wouldn’t be able to see my kids or my boyfriend. I never had a say in my schedule. They always told me I had to do this. And Ma’am, I will tell you, sitting in a chair 10 hours a day, seven days a week, in a fog… and especially when you can’t walk out the front door." Mar. 4, 2019 - Lawyer Andrew Wallet resigns as co-conservator of Britney's estate. Apr. 3, 2019 - TMZ reports that Britney checked herself into a mental health facility a week earlier to help her cope with her father's illness. Apr. 3, 2019 - Atara Tours undergoes a name change; Britney is named President, replacing James P. Spears. None of the other LLC's are changed. Apr. 16, 2019 - A recording is leaked by the Britney's Gram podcast in which a paralegal claims that Britney was forced into a mental health facility against her will after refusing to take her medication during Domination rehearsals. Apr. 25, 2019 - Britney completes her stay at a mental health facility. Apr. 29, 2019 - Sam Lutfi sends Lynne Spears a long message and $1,000, asking her to lawyer up and fight for control of the conservatorship. May 8, 2019 - A five-year restraining order is issued against Sam Lutfi, ordering him to stay away from Britney Spears, her parents, and two children. May 10, 2019 - An evaluation is ordered after Britney appears in court alongside her mother Lynne, who is attempting to gain access to medical records. At this hearing, Britney tells the probate court that, among other things, Larry Rudolph threatened to sue her if she didn't agree to the POM summer tour; that she had no time off between the summer tour and the rehearsals for the new Domination residency; that Larry Rudolph called her doctor and lied about her not taking her medication as punishment for not agreeing to perform choreography for the Domination residency; that she was put on lithium as punishment for asking to cancel the Domination residency; and that in January of 2020 she was forced into a mental health facility for four months as punishment for cancelling the Domination residency. Britney later testifies about the May 10th appearance: "The last time I spoke to you by just keeping the conservatorship going, and also keeping my dad in the loop, made me feel like I was dead — like I didn’t matter, like nothing had been done to me, like you thought I was lying or something. I’m telling you again, because I’m not lying. I want to feel heard. And I’m telling you this again, so maybe you can understand the depth and the degree and the damage that they did to me back then." Aug. 24, 2019 - Britney's psychiatrist, Dr. Timothy Benson dies of an aneurysm. Britney later testifies: "...to be totally honest with you, when [Dr. Benson] passed away, I got on my knees and thanked God. In other words, my team is pushing it with me again. I have trapped phobias being in small rooms because of the trauma, locking me up for four months in that place." Aug. 24, 2019 - Sean Preston and James Spears get into an argument at James' condo. Sean locks himself in a room and James breaks down the door, shaking him. Aug. 28, 2019 - The probate court finalizes the 70/30 visitation schedule approved by the family court one year earlier. Sept. 3, 2019 - A restraining order is issued against James Spears, ordering him to stay away from Sean and Jayden following the altercation. Sept. 9, 2019 - Jodi Montgomery is named as Britney's temporary conservator of her person. She has already served as her "care manager" for over a year. Sept. 9, 2019 - Within 10 days, Judge Penny is to receive a report from a court-appointed evaluator who spent 3+ months determining if Britney's medical care is appropriate. Nov. 25, 2019 - Atara Tours, LLC is dissolved. July 13, 2020 - Lynne Spears files a "Request for Special Notice" with the court in the matter of the SJB Revocable Trust. Aug. 18, 2020 - An accounting report shows Britney's assets in the "estate" to be valued at nearly $56.4-million. Aug. 21, 2020 - Jamie Lynn files a Petition for Order to Deposit Trust Assets Into Blocked Account(s). Jamie Lynn includes an application to involve Stonebridge Wealth Management as an authorized agent. Lou M. Taylor has 13+ years of experience with Stonebridge. Aug. 27, 2020 - Britney nominates Bessemer Trust to become Conservator of her Estate. Sept. 16, 2020 - James Spears requests the court allow Andrew Wallet to once again become Co-Conservator of Britney's estate. Nov. 2, 2020 - Jamie Lynn withdraws her petition to move assets and asks to resign as sole Trustee of the SJB Revocable Trust. Nov. 3, 2020 - Tri Star Sports, owned by Lou M. Taylor, resigns as Britney’s business manager without prior notice. Nov. 3, 2020 - Jamie Spears retains Michael Kane to serve as Britney’s business manager. Nov. 10, 2020 - Judge Brenda Penny refuses to remove James Spears as sole financial Conservator, but approves Bessemer Trust as Co-Conservator of her Estate. Feb. 11, 2021 - Jamie Spears files an objection to the proposed order appointing Bessemer Trust as co-conservator of her estate. June 23, 2021 - For a second time, Britney testifies to the probate court that, among other things, Larry Rudolph threatened to sue her if she didn't agree to the POM summer tour; that she had no time off between the summer tour and the rehearsals for the new Domination residency; that Larry Rudolph called her doctor and lied about her not taking her medication as punishment for not agreeing to perform choreography for the Domination residency; that she was put on lithium as punishment for asking to cancel the Domination residency; that she was forced into a mental health facility for a month in January of 2020 as punishment for cancelling the Domination residency. She also testifies that she wants to have a baby but her father will not allow her to remove her IUD; that she wants to sue her family; that her court-appointed attorney Samuel Ingham failed to tell her that she could file to terminate the conservatorship; that she wants a new lawyer; and that she wants to terminate the conservatorship immediately. June 25, 2021 - Samuel Ingham files the paperwork to make Bessemer Trust the co-conservator of Britney's estate alongside Jamie Spears, six months after requesting it orally. July 1, 2021 - In a declaration attached to Bessemer Trust’s Application to Resign, the company states it was told by Samual Ingham that the conservatorship was voluntary. In light of Britney’s statement to the Court on June 23rd, they do not believe that to be the case. UPDATE: A detailed timeline by Leanne Simmons that covers many of the more recent details can be found here. And unlike this timeline, it's fully sourced! https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vTG3tRPhVjPfcwmYNudft9VoRTw8u9LZAfWMfneRiM8Tv2l2jAY9tJc8zFgA1ESFufSd132Pqa9oBWz/pub
  4. Fellow Exhalers... I'd like to dig up a bit of information... A recent interview with Britney's former personal trainer Sean Phillips has shed some light on Britney's financial situation leading up to her three rehab stints in February of 2007. Compare Sean's allegations to a gossip rag post from March of 2007, when Britney was still in rehab at Promises in Los Angeles: We've been led to believe that Britney was blowing through her fortune throughout 2007 and that it was a justification for the conservatorship...Yet by the time she'd returned from her first rehab stay in Antigua she was down to only half of a credit card number scrawled on a piece of paper. My questions... - Who purchased The Summit residence for her following her split from Kevin? - How did she finally obtain the codes to The Summit? - Did she obtain another credit card number after being released from rehab in March of 2007? - Who hired her 2007 business manager Howard Grossman? - How was she able to purchase a Mercedes in January of 2008 if she didn't have access to her funds? - How did Sam Lutfi come to have power over Grossman? (“You better learn that I control everything. I control Howard Grossman, Britney’s business manager. I control her attorneys and the security guards as the gate. They don’t listen to Britney, they listen to me.”) ...and most importantly... Are any of you real estate agents who could log into your system to check the name of the corporation that purchased The Summit residence at 12094 Summit Cir , Beverly Hills, CA 90210-1371 in early 2007? (Please disregard if there's anything illegal about this request. ) For reference: Sources: https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/15614693/britney-spears-pills-cash-hell-pal/ https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-439732/Britney-Be-friend.html https://www.nbcchicago.com/local/britney_s_mother_sets_the_spears_family_record_straight_with__through_the_storm_/1852382/
  5. A large part of the discussion around the conservatorship involves Britney's finances. Let's compare two lawsuits — the WEG lawsuit and the Brand Sense lawsuit — to see if they offer up any clues as to how her finances have been managed both before and after the conservatorship. Shall we? The WEG Lawsuit: In October of 2007, Britney's former manager, Johnny Wright, sued Britney and her company "Britney Touring, Inc." for unpaid commissions he claimed she owed him. Johnny alleged that Britney stopped paying him in December of 2006, just as she split from Kevin Federline. The commissions dated back to 2003, when Britney and Johnny parted ways, and included album advances for "In The Zone" and "Greatest Hits." The fact that "Britney Touring, Inc." was also named in the lawsuit hints that Johnny felt she owed him commissions on the "Onyx Hotel Tour," as well as possibly the "House of Blues Tour." Johnny claimed he didn't know how much she owed since he hadn't received accounting reports since 2003. Source: https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/1047435/wright-sues-spears-for-breach-of-contract/ Within the court documents it stated: "Upon information and belief, SPEARS and BTI concealed from WEG a series of negotiations and agreements for otherwise commissionable Gross Receipts payable to WEG, thus diverting those commissions to SPEARS directly or indirectly, or to corporate entities without the knowledge, consent, or agreement of WEG, both before and after the termination Agreement." The Brand Sense Lawsuit: In March of 2011, a company called Brand Sense Partners, LLC sued Britney for unpaid commissions they claimed she owed them. They claimed a compromise deal was orchestrated by Jamie Spears and Lou M. Taylor, which delivered perfume royalties from Elizabeth Arden directly to Britney. Source: https://radaronline.com/exclusives/2011/03/exclusive-britney-spears-being-sued-10m-ex-business-partner/ Within the court documents it stated: “Britney secretly made a separate deal with Elizabeth Arden in a sneaky underhanded effort to circumvent and evade its obligations to Brand Sense.” ... “Brand Sense had a contractual right to a 35% commission on any Britney Spears-branded fragrance sold by Elizabeth Arden” ... “But Mr. Spears complained that the commission was too high and said that Britney did not want to pay it.” Both lawsuits were settled by the conservatorship, and included large payments to Johnny Wright and Brand Sense Partners. The SJB Revocable Trust: In July of 2004, Britney's estimated $100-million fortune was placed into the SJB Revocable Trust. Britney was named as the sole Trustee. Source: https://people.com/crime/whos-in-charge-of-britney-spearss-money/ Adam Streisand: In February of 2008, lawyer Adam Streisand attempted to represent Britney in the first hearing for the proposed conservatorship. Before being ejected from the courtroom, Streisand claimed Britney had told him her estate was worth $40-million, encompassed 15 separate entities, and was in the middle of a $17-million IRS audit with Jive Records. Streisand says Britney has expressed a "very strong desire" for her father, Jamie Spears, not to be the conservator of her estate, and asked the court to name Northern Trust Bank and her business manager Howard Grossman as co-conservators. Source: https://www.mtv.com/news/1580917/britney-spears-lawyer-ejected-from-courtroom-after-judge-doesnt-recognize-him-as-her-counsel/ Michael Sands: In February 2008, following Adam Streisand's unsuccessful attempts to represent Britney, lawyer Jon Eardley filed documents with the court claiming she had been robbed. Eardley's spokesman, Michael Sands (who was also the spokesman for Sam Lutfi) claimed that RICO Act violations had taken place. He claimed the theft was on a grand scale, involving racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering, and that the theft "occurred prior to the conservatorship taking place and continues still." Source: https://www.mtv.com/news/1582277/britney-spears-has-been-robbed-her-self-proclaimed-lawyer-insists/ Bryan Spears: In July of 2020, Britney's older brother Bryan Spears sat down for an interview where he talked about taking over the financial end of the "family business." 13:20 - "It was 2003 that I took over, until 2009." 12:20 - "We didn't have anyone that was overseeing the actual financial business development, next step kind of thing for Brit. We had managers, we had business managers, we had agents. Everything. But no one was looking at what the left hand was doing and looking at what the right hand was doing. There was no top cop, basically, who was looking out for her best interests. So we, as a family, as we always do, vote and come up with a family decision. We all thought that would be a good idea for me to oversee all of it...Making sure money is being put away, new business is being formed, brands are being formed, trying to make money while we sleep so we're not so focused on having to tour." 14:42 - "Looking at a situation...if I feel like I don't have a really good handle on it, or if I feel like I don't have the expertise to conquer it, I go and hire or find the person or company that can. So, I went and hired Ernst & Young out of Nashville, brought them in and did an entire audit of every single detail of her business from publishing to branding to merchandising...we had a huge doll line. Tour merch, and all of that. And I had those guys give me a report that showed me, and we all broke it down. And then I went back, assessed it, and then I wound up having to make a lot of adjustments after that." Interviewer: "So how did you feel when you got that report?" Bryan: "I was not very well liked, you could put it that way, amongst the team." Interviewer: "Did you give a rat's ***? I mean, if they're stealing from your sister?" Bryan: "Looking back on it, I did what was right." Interviewer: "What did you do? Did you clean house?" Bryan: "Ya. Everyone but the manager." 17:22 - "My thing was new business development, that's what I kind of focused on. Which was the branding, and creating the Elizabeth Arden fragrance line with her. Just that alone has done over a $100-billion in sales...If your brand is producing those kind of numbers globally, in a 10-year span, that's a lot of money." Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kS9Gyo7JdO8 Britney's Access to Money: In October 2006, Britney hired Sean Phillip to work for her as a personal trainer. He claims Britney had no access to her money in the months prior to the conservatorship: “It was crazy. They took away her credit cards, her phone went, she wasn’t even given the access code to her own house. “All she had financially — and this is long before the s*** hit the fan, this is before the head shaving incident — all she had was a piece of paper with one credit card number on to pay for things. “But she didn’t actually have the card in her hands. It was a black Amex which was assigned to her manager’s business. So we would be left with bills for things that we couldn’t really afford." Source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/15614693/britney-spears-pills-cash-hell-pal/ On March 2, 2007, while Britney was in rehab, a tabloid reported a similar story that occurred the morning after she shaved her head: "Spears, 25, stumbled into the swanky Hollywood hotel on the morning of February 17 - wearing an electric blue wig to cover her newly shaved head. The pop princess tried to book a room but was refused when it emerged she had no credit card or cash - just half a credit card number scrawled on a piece of paper." Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-439732/Britney-Be-friend.html Connecting the Dots: In 1999, Britney hired Johnny Wright to manage her career alongside entertainment lawyer Larry Rudolph. At this time, Britney signed a 10-year contract with Johnny and his management company, Wright Entertainment Group (WEG) which specified that "sunset payments" for deals he negotiated for her were to be paid through February of 2009. Following her split with Justin Timberlake in 2003, Britney parted ways with Johnny Wright. She remained with her other manager, Larry Rudolph. Around this time, Britney's older brother, Bryan Spears, took over the financial end of the "family business." He brought in a team of accountants to do a financial audit. Upon seeing the results, Bryan fired everyone except Larry Rudolph. He went on to focus on business development, including a multi-billion-dollar perfume line with Elizabeth Arden. Not long after, the SJB Revocable Trust was created to protect Britney's fortune, which was estimated to be around $100-million. All of her stocks, furnishings, jewelry, and all other assets were placed in the Trust. Britney was named as the sole Trustee. Were Britney to become incapacitated, both Bryan Spears and lawyer Ivan Taback would become co-Trustees. Two and a half years later, Britney split with husband Kevin Federline. Following their separation, Britney did not have access to her own bank account. She had nothing but a number for a black Amex credit card for her manager's business scrawled on a piece of paper. By the time she'd returned from her first trip to rehab in Antigua in mid-February 2007, she only had half of the number remaining on the piece of paper. According to Johnny Wright, payments to WEG stopped shortly after her split with Kevin. Further, Johnny claimed he did not know exactly how much Britney owed him because he had not received an accounting report since they had parted ways in 2003. Less than a year later, in October 2007, Johnny Wright filed a lawsuit against Britney and her company "Britney Touring, Inc." In the court documents, Johnny alleged that new corporations may have been created to divert the commissions owed to him. Within four months, Jamie Spears, working with the "Spears Family Spokesperson" and owner of Tri-Star Entertainment, Lou M. Taylor, applied for a temporary conservatorship over Britney. As Britney attempted to fight the conservatorship in court, it was revealed that her $100-million fortune was now worth only $40-million. At the time, Bryan Spears remained in charge of overseeing the financial end of the "family business." With Britney deemed incompetent by the court, Bryan and Ivan Taback were named Co-Trustees of the SJB Trust. Within weeks, they transferred "Britney Touring, Inc." to the newly formed Estate, to be managed by Jamie Spears and Andrew Wallet. Two years later, in 2011, a second allegation of "diverted commissions" was made in court — this time by Brand Sense Partners, LLC. The company had brokered a deal with Elizabeth Arden to create a new line of fragrances for Britney. However, Jamie Spears and Lou M. Taylor were accused in court documents of diverting commissions from Brand Sense Partners in a "sneaky underhanded" way. Both the WEG lawsuit and the Brand Sense lawsuit were eventually settled by the conservatorship, with large payouts to both to rightly compensate them for the diverted commissions. For reference... A Chronological Timeline: So... What does all of this tell us about Britney's family's role in managing her finances? Please discuss.
  6. It wasn’t until I checked out the latest news on Britney at news.google.com when it dawned on me how her angry post about Conservatorship killing her dreams and her not performing again as long as her dad is the conservator helps her case. Look at these headlines: The real message she – and the headlines – is sending is to her dad is: do as my lawyer Rosengart says and resign or you'll be forever blamed for ending my career. So those of you who think this is hurting her case. No it's not. When she speaks in court she is lucid and compelling. Her post was angry but everything she said was true because she is speaking about her feelings. It is a fact that her father has had for years court's permission to control her in ways she described in her post. She isn't saying that they are transmitting radio signals to her head or listening her via microphones implanted in her tooth. (They did it via her phone). She's not saying a voice in her head told her to stop performing. Jamie and Vivian set up a trap for themselves when Vivian went around telling the media how daddy loves her and wants the best for her and how she just needs to tell them that she wants to get out. Even if Britney was mislead to think Jamie is the root of all evil (she wasn't and he is), they can't argue against Britney saying that she won't perform as long as he is charge, because that's not an opinion, that's her decision. And if "daddy loves her so much", he should resign and let her do what she loves the most in the world: dance and signs the songs she wants to sing. Trashing Jamie Lynn and the rest of her family in her Instagram is also a great strategy – when she sues them, media will quote these posts and not the posts where she pretended everything was fine. I wouldn't be surprised if it was her lawyer Rosengart who first got her uncensored access to her Instagram and then told her to tell the world what she feels about Jamie, Jamie Lynn, the rest of her family and the conservatorship.
  7. Those of us who followed Britney's story in real-time during 2007 and 2008 know what a dark figure Sam Lutfi is. It's time for the fanbase to consider that Lutfi may have been hired by someone on Team CON to assist in setting the legal foundations for the conservatorship. Why? Lutfi's PR guy, Michael Sands (who formerly worked for Kevin Federline's attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan) and Lynne Spears have both claimed that Lutfi was inserted into Britney's life "in October of 2007." We know that is a lie. Lutfi was first photographed with Britney in June of 2007...But at least two witnesses have claimed he appeared months earlier: 1) Kalie Machado In February of 2007, Britney's assistant Kalie first encountered Lutfi. [From In Touch, print edition, March 10, 2008]: "Kalie Machado claims that while she was Britney’s assistant, she received a call from a man “at a restricted number” who said he was a private investigator working for Brit’s ex husband Kevin Federline. That man was Sam. “He said he had incriminating evidence on Britney and he was going to hand it over to me,” she recalls. “We arranged to meet in a Santa Monica Starbucks.” Kalie was nervous, so she brought her roommate with her. She says she spent 20 minutes listening to Sam talk and when she demanded to see the evidence, he instead “asked all kinds of stalkerish questions – like when we leave the house and where Britney and I went.” Finally, Kalie realized that Sam had nothing and left. “I got more calls from Sam after that,” she remembers, “but I just ignored them.” Kalie stopped working for Britney… in February, 2007 and moved to San Francisco. Months later, she says she saw a photo on the Internet that made her stomach drop. “It was Britney, standing next to the man I met in Starbucks – Sam Lutfi. I got a chill down my spine.” 2) Lynne Spears Some time between the evening of February 16, 2007, and February 21, 2007, Lynne Spears received a strange phone call. [From "Through The Storm," page 165]: “Right before Britney went into Promises, after she shaved her head, I got an anonymous call from a man while I was driving in Los Angeles. There are drugs planted in Britney’s Malibu home,” he said, going on to tell me that it was a conspiracy between Kevin and Britney’s assistants to make my daughter look like a bad mother.” Two paragraphs later, Lynne admits that the man who called about the drugs was Sam Lutfi. She then proceeded to attend a taping of Dancing With The Stars with him, and also discuss shoe and jewelry endorsements. Legal Foundations: A private investigator hired by Kevin? Incriminating evidence? Drugs planted in Britney's home? Who is Sam Lutfi? And why would he appear just prior to Britney mysteriously visiting a prominent criminal defense attorney before checking into a 30-day stint in rehab? Feb. 20, 2007: Britney checked into Promises rehab center in Los Angeles. Feb. 21, 2007: Kevin Federline was granted an ex parte (emergency) court hearing over custody of their two young sons. Britney checked out of Promises and drove to meet with Blair Berk, a prominent criminal defense attorney. Feb. 22, 2007: Britney checked back into rehab for a third time, staying for 30 days. Kevin retained sole physical custody of the boys for those 30 days. Oct. 1, 2007: A judge granted Kevin Federline the sole right "to retain physical custody of the minor children" after his attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, petitioned for an unscheduled hearing. What happened between rehab and officially losing legal custody of the boys to Kevin? Lynne Spears and Sam Lutfi attended a taping of Dancing With The Stars together on May 22, 2007. Lynne Spears and Sam Lutfi discussed shoe and jewelry endorsements. Britney was photographed partying throughout the summer, often accompanied by Sam Lutfi. The family court judge concluded that "there is a habitual, frequent, and continuous use of controlled substances and alcohol by (Spears)" and ordered her to undergo drug testing on Sept. 18, 2007. Britney was charged with hit-and-run and driving without a valid license on Sept. 23, 2007, stemming from an incident in August. Britney was photographed driving with the boys in the back of her car without a valid license. The First 5150: After losing custody on Oct.1, 2007, Britney spent the next two months with limited visitation of her boys. On Jan. 31, 2008, she locked herself in her bathroom and refused to turn the boys over to Mark Vincent Kaplan when he arrived. Sam Lutfi was present in the house. Britney later wrote a letter claiming her "friend" told her it was okay to keep the boys longer. The Second 5150: Britney spent the next month with zero visitation rights. On the night of January 27, 2008, Britney visited Dr. Deborah Nadel for the first time after the family court ordered her to undergo psychiatric testing. Over the next three days, Britney spent at least 60 hours straight awake, crying, and driving the streets of Los Angeles. On the night of January 30, 2008, paparazzi agency X17 reported that there had been a suicide attempt. Only Lutfi is present at the time, but Lynne rushed to Britney's home. On the night of January 31, 2008, Britney was alone at her house with Sam Lutfi, Lynne Spears, and Lynne's friend Jackie. Police, fire, and ambulance assisted in taking Britney to the hospital, accompanied by police helicopters. In a legal declaration filed several days later, Lynne accused Lutfi of drugging Britney that night. "Sam told Jackie and me that he grinds up Britney's pills, which were on the counter and included Risperdol and Seroquel. He told us that he puts them in her food that that was the reason she had been quiet for the last three days (she had been sleeping.) He told us that the doctor who is treating her now is trying to get her into a sleep-induced coma so that they could then give her drugs to heal her brain." The following day, Lutfi admitted that he gave Britney a "handful of pills" prior to Lynne's arrival. He claimed the pills were to treat Britney's bi-polar disorder. On Feb. 1, 2008, Jamie Spears asked the probate court for a temporary conservatorship. "Dementia" is cited as the reason. In Lynne's book, she admitted that Jamie had planned for the temporary conservatorship with Lou M. Taylor for several weeks in advance. Sam Lutfi has never been charged with any felonies related to Britney, even though the Spears accused him of drugging her, as well as stealing valuables from her home. If these accusations were true, why not press charges? The Permanent Conservatorship: On Oct. 28, 2008, the temporary conservatorship was made permanent. Britney was found to be "susceptible to undue influence," meaning she is vulnerable to others taking advantage of her. Jamie Spears used the "susceptible to undue influence" claim frequently over the next eight years, often citing Sam Lutfi as posing a danger to her. Media outlets such as TMZ frequently referred to Lutfi as being a threat until his lawsuit against the Spears wrapped in 2016. The Result: Sam Lutfi has re-appeared frequently over the past 12 years, whether it be: Assisting Britney with attempting to retain lawyer in Jon Eardley in February of 2008, earning Lutfi a restraining order. Assisting Britney in obtaining a cell phone in January of 2009 to contact lawyer Jon Eardley, earning Lutfi a second restraining order. Suing Lynne Spears over claims made in her book "Through The Storm." Suing Britney for defaulting on a management contract that would have earned Lutfi millions of dollars. Accusing Britney of being a drug user, saying he found a stash of crystal m*** in her home in July of 2007. Re-appearing on social media in 2019 and contacting Lynne Spears in 2020, resulting in additional restraining orders. Sam Lutfi may claim to be a friend of Britney, but his actions over the past 12 years have consistently given the family court and probate court reasons to: 1) Deny Britney physical and legal custody of her children. 2) Deny Britney unsupervised visitation rights with her children. 3) Commit Britney to two involuntary psychiatric holds. 4) Commit Britney to a temporary conservatorship due to "dementia." 5) Continue to hold Britney in a permanent conservatorship due to being "susceptible to undue influence." The result has been that Jamie Spears and Kevin Federline (along with attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan) have brokered private deals over the past 12 years for supervised visitation rights with the boys. This is likely the biggest reason why Britney has been compliant with the conservatorship for so many years and did not legally fight back until 2019. The question is... If Sam Lutfi was at any time paid to assist in what appears to be a multi-million-dollar racket, who was (or still is) paying him to do so? Please discuss. Sources: https://www.cele*****y.com/9838/sam_lutfi_stalked_britney_before_befriending_her_claims_her_ex_assistant/ https://books.google.ca/books/about/Through_the_Storm.html?id=eOiunEB5ccMC&redir_esc=y https://www.reuters.com/article/us-spears-idUSN2145435720070923 https://www.theguardian.com/world/2007/oct/02/pop.usa https://www.ctvnews.ca/lawyers-meet-in-spears-custody-dispute-1.257640 https://www.x17online.com/2008/01/britney_running_on_empty https://www.x17online.com/2008/01/x17_xclusive_britney_suicide_attempt https://www.x17online.com/2008/01/britney_suicide_attempt_the_hours_before https://www.x17online.com/2008/02/sam_admits_to_giving_brit_handful_of_pills https://www.x17online.com/2008/02/_is_sam_lutfi_being https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/britney-spears-sam-lutfi-trial-381805 Related:
  8. I’ve seen here only the TMZ version of the public statement by Britney’s lawyer. Here’s a longer one where he starts by thanking her. Everything I’ve heard about his statements in the court gives me chills. Here’s there to really fight for her. I believe that having a fatherly figure like him to fight for her will be a healing experience for Britney, too. His request for Jamie to step down was a genius move - that would be the fastest and easiest way to get rid of him. Even though Jamie’s initial reaction was to resist Rosengart’s request, I wouldn’t be surprised if additional negotiations between Rosengart and Jamie’s lawyers would result him finally resigning as Britney’s conservator. Another thing that stood out for me was the report that when he was asked what he thought of Jodi’s request for extra security, he declined to answer before he had talked about it with Britney. Someone commented that Ingham wouldn’t have done so. It was also such amazing power move in the court to remind everyone why they were there – not to argue who did what but to decide what’s Britney’s best for her. Him pointing out that the conservatorship was probably unnecessary to begin with makes me wonder if he tries to have it somehow annulled. Someone was disappointed that he didn’t immediately petition to end the conservatorship. It’s because he wasn’t fully authorized to do that yet – there is (was) still some paperwork to do, but he made it clear that he is going to get move ahead to end the conservatorship ASAP. I also liked that he mentioned the whole team behind him working for Britney. I’m sure that together they can dig up much faster the various crimes committed in the past 13 years. There was a rumor of him or his company reaching out to experts in human trafficking (?) or some similar human rights violation, too. I can’t find it now, but it made me think that they’ll take this case to a whole new battle field where none of the other lawyers are comfortable or even competent. I am looking forward seeing how the Knight Mathew will slay all the ugly dragons suffocating our beautiful princess Britney. 😀
  9. This forum has discussed everyone else...But what do Nappytabs know? In her testimony a few weeks back, Britney had this to say: Does this jive with what Nappytabs might say about this incident? When they were hired, were they under the impression that Britney was supposed to be teaching the dancers her own choreography? Britney is a genius in the studio... But in the past, the fanbase has highly criticized Britney's choreography. For instance, this was Mannequin choreographed by Wade and Andre: And this was Mannequin choreographed by Britney: Do you think it's possible that Nappytabs were unhappy with how Britney was taking the lead on the choreography for Domination? Is it possible that Nappytabs lied to Larry about Britney not taking her medication? Or do you think Britney was purposely taking over on the choreography as a way to spite her management and Jamie? Perhaps there's more to this incident than the simple story that Britney told in her testimony. What do you think?
  10. In the comments of her recent post. Does she deserve it? (Idk if a thread been already made)
  11. Let's dig deep to get the evidence and court docs available to start showing the world how much $$$ have been taken from Britney - INSTEAD of people wasting time and energy simply hating on Team Con and sending death threats, let's do something productive and tell the world how many millions of $$$ have (allegedly) been taken from Britney because there are a FEW HUGE POINTS that REALLY piss me off about Team Con's claims: Can we find court docs/public reports and add up and tally these things? Maybe we can get more attention because WHY HAVE MORE PEOPLE NOT TALKED ABOUT HOW MUCH MONEY HAS DISAPPEARED From Britney's net worth? As if the $60 mill she has now is a lot (which ofcourse to most people is a lot, but it is nowhere NEAR what she SHOULD HAVE!!!) Remember - we can allege things and hypothesize but be careful about outright claims. They claim Britney had less than $3million when conservatorship began and Jamie is so great that now her worth is "up to" $60 mill. However, it was widely reported that Britney had amassed TENS of millions of dollars that were in trusts for Jayden and Sean at the time, plus the value of her home(s) assets, etc. Where did that money go and how much was in those trusts? There were court docs explaining that Team Con around 2018 moved to have some trusts changed so they could have control over them - do those docs mention $$ amounts and was that these trusts? I think one was SJB trust. Can anyone find how much she is estimated to earn from perfume deals? Basic math and accounting tells us Britney should have accumulated WAYY more than $60 million right now, even if she did only have less than 3 mill when cship started. Let's do some basic math: X Factor pay for 1 year was $15 mil. Initially Brit earned $310,000 PER SHOW in Vegas and performed 248 shows total. However, she was given a raise up to $475,000 show toward the last year or two (can anyone find the exact number of shows she was paid each amount?) If you figure, just estimating, that half the shows were at $310K and half were at $475K, that would amount to $97,340,000 total / 4 years = $24,335,000 PER YEAR ON AVG. for Vegas alone. PLUS EACH YEAR there is millions more income in perfume deals and merchandising, licensing and royalties, merch from tours, not to mention there was Femme Fatale Tour, Circus Tour, Piece of Me Tour (after Vegas), Candie's deal, lingerie deal, etc. I believe many years back, the Cship reported that in a year where Brit basically didn't work, like 2007 or something she made $7mill just from royalties/licensing etc. alone. In other words, if we can get an estimate per year, based on these quick facts alone, her income should have been ON AVERAGE from 2009-2019 MORE than $30 mill/year over those 10 years. This equals OVER $300 mill earned EASY as an extremely LOW/CONSERVATIVE estimate. So if you account for high tax rates, reasonable manager/agent fees, attorney fees etc. then Britney should have at least $100 mill after all that, PLUS the value of properties, trusts etc. that were around when CSHIP started. Also, I believe I remember court docs from around Femme Fatale era that said the Cship trust was up to 40 something mill. If true, how has it only gone up 20 mill since then??!! Let's get to work and productively show the world how the evidence is already out there that something extremely wrong and criminal has (allegedly) been happening and how the facts are right in front of us!
  12. On July 6, 2018 the SJB Revocable Trust underwent its first amendment since 2004. It was re-written into the "BJS Kids & Family Trust." ... This new trust was to be the recipient of all of Britney's assets upon her death. What do we know about the BJS Kids & Family Trust? I have a new theory percolating in the back of my brain ... It has to do with this new trust... and Kevin Federline.
  13. Britney Spears was hospitalized twice in January 2008. The first time, it happened after she reportedly locked herself in a bathroom w/ her two kids. She was then strapped to a gurney, and it made front news (Star Magazine sure lacked class...). Later on that month, she was once again hospitalized after reportedly not sleeping for three days in a row. (There was that pic of her w/ that pink wig and that pack of Red Bull, apparently to stay awake.) I remember reading on X17 Online that Britney had a psychiatrist (Dr. Deborah Nadel) at the time that would prescribe her meds, that Sam Lutfi crushed (those?) pills and put them in her food in order to "heal her brain" and that Britney willingly agreed to be taken to the hospital during an intervention by Lynne Spears. And it's that second hospitalization that directly led to the conservatorship then made permanent. I suppose Lou Taylor (reportedly the mastermind behind the c-ship) had already been in talks w/ Lynne and Jamie Spears, right? I'm just unsure as to what exactly led to that 2nd hospitalization. Lutfi (years later) claimed in court that Britney was doing ****. And some speculated it was all a set-up... What about it? What if Britney was never committed that evening? Would she have avoided being placed under c-ship? And regarding use of the word "voluntary" in the latest court document... We know Britney did not voluntarily seek c-ship; she even tried to fight it a few times back then. (Heck, she was even caught, according to court documents, trying to call Sam Lutfi a few years after being placed under c-ship—she must have seriously mistrusted Jamie back then!) I think "voluntary" simply means that if it's voluntary, Britney can opt to terminate the c-ship any time she pleases.
  14. In Britney’s testimony, she said that she initially did not believe that Paris Hilton suffered physical and emotional abuse while she was in boarding school. In fact, it seemed like she was still ambivalent about the claims. I personally feel that it’s a bit invalidating and harsh to say something like that about someone who has supported you for years. Paris has never said anything mean about Britney and has even stood up for her when interviewers have made negative comments about her. I’m wondering what Paris Hilton thinks about those comments. You can tell that she is still traumatized by her experiences at that boarding school and I imagine it would hurt to hear someone say that they don’t believe the allegations. It must be very hard to hear such comments from someone that she genuinely cares for. From what it seems, they have been friends for years. I believe they even hung out during the pandemic. I personally would never invalidate someone’s experiences even if I was no longer close with that person.
  15. I thought it'd be interesting to see how the fanbase really feels at this moment. It's been a crazy week. So many news. I think Britney will get her freedom and her life back, i think she will get justice, it will not be easy, but in the end we will succeed.
  16. So, I was actually at the rally but it was really difficult to hear because we were all listening from people’s speakerphones. I never heard the full leak. (38:22) Lynnes lawyer at the end - kudos to him. It is INEXCUSABLE Britney said these things in 2019 and nothing was done so GOOD ON HIM for calling Pennys *** out oh and I thought ingham looked like a one of us 👀 but now that I heard his voice I confirm he is an old queen — what a TW@T — I hope he gets investing for criminal actions
  17. Super sleuths... I'd like to compile a thread full of information about criminal defence attorney Blair Berk. Berk became a lawyer for Jamie Spears...But originally, she worked for Britney. A Timeline: Berk first appeared in February 2007, just before Britney admitted herself to rehab for the third and final time: Feb. 16, 2007: Britney shaves her head. Feb. 20, 2007: “Right before Britney went into Promises, after she shaved her head, I got an anonymous call from a man while I was driving in Los Angeles. There are drugs planted in Britney’s Malibu home,” he said, going on to tell me that it was a conspiracy between Kevin and Britney’s assistants to make my daughter look like a bad mother.” (Lynne Spears, "Through The Storm," page 165) Two paragraphs later, Lynne admits that the man who called about the drugs was Sam Lutfi. (Side note: Three months later, Lynne and her friend Jacqueline Butcher proceeded to attend a taping of Dancing With The Stars with Lutfi, and also discuss shoe and jewelry endorsements with him.) Britney checked into Promises rehab center in Los Angeles. Feb. 21, 2007: Kevin Federline was granted an ex parte (emergency) court hearing over custody of their two young sons. Britney checked out of Promises and drove to meet with Blair Berk, a prominent criminal defense attorney. Feb. 22, 2007: Britney checked back into rehab for a third time, staying for 30 days. The Result: The result of this series of events was that Kevin Federline was handed sole physical custody of the boys for the duration of Britney's 30-day rehab stay. For the remainder of 2007, it meant Britney was fighting an uphill battle in the family court, which eventually labelled her a “habitual, frequent and continuous user of alcohol and controlled substances" and later fully stripped her of any form of visitation. It created a situation where Britney would need to obtain the services of Kevin Federline and Jamie Spears for help to solve a problem that they themselves created. Britney would need to enter into a "voluntary" conservatorship in order to visit with her children. Kevin Federline and Jamie Spears brokered a visitation deal in which the conservatorship was required, with Jamie named as the monitor. Blair Berk worked with Jamie Spears to help obtain the conservatorship, apparently based on the information she obtained from Britney herself during their February 2007 encounter. My Request: If you have any knowledge relating to Blair Berks' relationship with either Britney or Jamie Spears, can you please post it here? I'm especially looking for links to legal documents. Thank you!
  18. Do you think BRITNEYSGRAM is team Britney or team Conservatorship? Only asking to see opinions as I’ve seen IG pages supporting both sides.
  19. I stumbled across this on YouTube & don't remember seeing a post about it. Thought some people may be interested...
  20. New exposed messages via Twitter seem to expose Lynne, her manipulation, and refusal to help her own daughter during the early stages of the conservatorship. Here she tells whoever she’s communicating with to elk Britney that she is in the hospital with possible cancer, in hopes that her daughter will reach out. It’s hard to confirm that these are actual messages and that they are from Lynne her self, but I can say that the whole “using an injury to gain sympathy” is quite the coincidence (Jamie and his infamous colon). Thoughts??
  21. Mariah Carey was committed against her will Carey soon realized that her family was trying to take advantage of her in a vulnerable state. “If they could prove I was unstable, they certainly could have believed they would become the executors of my affairs,” she said of their thought process. "I was so wrapped up in the childhood history, the betrayal, the love I had once had for everyone involved that I was blind to motive,” she recalled. “It was no coincidence that my mother and brother were working on the side of the record company instead of protecting me and advocating for my well-being, and that they just happened to claim I was unstable to try to institutionalize me immediately after I had signed the biggest cash record deal for a solo artist in history.” “People push artists to the edge, and then they wonder why most people are gone too soon,” she said honestly. “And then we have this culture of the paparazzi being like vultures… but it’s just indicative of my family — sorry — but it’s indicative of the nature of the beast. Like, ‘Oh, here’s a scam. Here’s a scheme. Let’s make this happen in order to make unlimited money and resources for ourselves rather than have her make this huge deal and be in control of it. Why not just take it over?'”
  22. It is a frightening thought, but at this point, Britney, to her handlers, is worth more dead than alive. I think that deep down, we all know it—just like deep down, we all knew most everything Britney's confirmed. The main problem, aside from the fact Britney should no longer be under c-ship, is that most everybody around her is compromised. Her own father is compromised and has reportedly made 12 million dollars from the c-ship. He recently stated it is up to the court to decide whether or not the guardianship ends, but he did check that "unable to resist fraud or undue influences" box. Her own court-appointed lawyer is compromised; would the c-ship end, he would no longer be making $10,000 or so per week, and that's why he's dragging his feet. K-Fed is compromised or he would never have asked for up to $60,000 in child support (one would need to be very naïve to believe his explanations). Jodi Montgomery is also compromised, and I do not buy her latest statement one bit, even if some legalities are true. Britney herself stated Jodi has been acting more and more like her father, and I'll believe her over anyone that has such a big financial incentive. As for Judge Penny, she's also obviously quite corrupt, keeping Jamie as financial co-conservator even after Britney's shocking and truthful declaration. Britney's made it very clear she is not going to resume her recording and stage activities until this whole charade ends, and that not only means Jamie being ousted as co-conservator, but the whole c-ship altogether coming to an end. Jodi claims that the plan is to get Britney to a place where she no longer needs this legal state, but this is all bull! What care plan? What care? Britney's confirmed it is not care but torture—emotional, medicated and physical torture. As a matter of fact, this so-called "care" has inflicted anxieties and phobias she did not have. It is now a vicious circle; she must be free of mental issues in order to regain her freedom, but this "care" is impacting her mental health and causing more and more issues and distress! The longer she remains under c-ship, the more it is going to impact her negatively—this guardianship needs to end now! Not in two months, not in six months, not in three or five years... But now! And no more talks about baby steps. It's been 13 years!!! We need giant steps. She was in her mid-twenties when locked in it, and she's now 39! She's therefore spent her whole thirties under an abusive and ******ic c-ship! It is definitely akin to s** trafficking! Even many cold-blooded murderers (incl. those guilty of taking the lives of Trayvon Martin, Philando Castile, Daniel Shaver, Tamir Rice and so on) ended up getting much, much gentler treatment or completely getting away with it. If Britney is still considered gravely disabled, unable to resist fraud or undue influences, unfit/not equipped to live on her own, not stable and sound enough or what else, it will always be the case. A "care plan" to take her to "stability" is nothing but a lie and an illusion to keep the charade going. And since Britney will not generate them big revenue again, she has therefore become expendable to them. This sounds like "Illuminati/conspiracy" talk, but didn't Britney just confirm what many thought were conspiracy theories? She confirmed the conspiracy to keep her locked up forever... Or worse! They could have killed her with that lithium. If, God forbid, something were to happen, you know what they'd say... "Overdose," "health problems," or something similar, just like they said about Marilyn Monroe, Brittany Murphy and so on. Most people do believe the official narrative, and for that reason, material released by the Britney Estate (incl. compilations of unreleased material, movies, books and Cirque du Soleil tours) will sell a whole lot. Want proof? Michael Jackson’s Estate Has Made $1.7 BILLION Since His Death Even in death, Michael Jackson's estate made S$2.3 billion Some are already predicting Britney's demise for the month of October... The only way out of this is for a higher authority, a higher court, some high-ranking politicians and lawyers to look into it, intervene and override Penny's decisions. But is that even possible? I think so. Question is... Will that ever happen?
  23. Samuel Ingham III has been a bit of a double agent over the past 13 years. He has been advocating for Britney for some things while simultaneously not informing her that she could file to terminate the conservatorship or allowing her to see documents. Can we compile a list of the things that he did advocate for? For instance, he does not appear to be afraid of Lou Taylor — otherwise he wouldn't have requested items such as the Tri-Star contract. Yet at the same time, it took him six months to file a document officially requesting for Bessemer Trust to come on board — which indicates that he has been buying time for Jamie, Lou, and the new business manager to hide whatever needed to be hidden. So which of the players is Ingham afraid of? And which of the players in Ingham not afraid of? Can we dissect his actions a bit to see if they reveal any clues?
  24. The conservatorship was (allegedly) planned and maintained over the past 13 years by a group of people all working together as a team. Which of the players do you think will turn on the group first and begin cooperating with authorities in order to avoid criminal charges?
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