Britney Spears fans have been growing more and more concerned about the star in recent months. TMZ recently reported that Spears and her husband Sam Asghari have been having fights, some that escalated enough that security had to step in. Fans of the singer are concerned about her being placed under protection after more claims about her mental health surface.
Will Brittney return to guardianship?
Cristina Perez, who is a TV judge and law graduate, has spoken about Britney’s guardianship case. In an interview with The US Sun, she said that it would only be under “exceptional circumstances” that a Los Angeles court could return control of Britney’s life to her parents Jamie and Lynn Spears, husband or friend.
Fans are extremely worried about the possibility that Britney may lose control of her life for a second time due to mental health concerns. Kristina suggested that the L.A. judges would have to find “real evidence” that proved Britney was incapable of taking care of herself. The only way he would lose his freedom would be if he proved to be a danger to others and to himself.
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Will Britney Spears’ parents get custody?
Brittany’s father Jamie, who had previously been her guardian for 13 years, insisted in court papers that guardianship was “necessary”. His contention was that “her life was in shambles, and she was in physical, emotional, mental and financial distress.” Other family members have expressed concern over the star’s mental health. Britney’s son Jayden expressed his concern, saying he hoped she could “get better mentally.”
Christina Perez spoke at the LA Center for Law & Justice’s Celebrating Survivors Gala, where she explained the situation, saying,
He continued to explain that if extraordinary circumstances occurred that caused Britney to be “disabled” in some way, proving that she was not making the “right decisions” for herself, it could threaten her independence.
Perez continued, “So well, yeah, then we have to protect him. And the law will protect him. But until we see evidence of that, I think it’s going to be really hard to figure out where this is going.” We need signals that something is wrong.”
TMZ reported in February that Britney was “struggling with her mental health and substance abuse.” While a source told the outlet, “I’m afraid she’s going to die.”
Meanwhile, Britney recently apparently sparked trouble in marriage rumors. She posted a video of her husband Sam Asghari with his friend while she was hanging out with them. The singer also hinted at meeting her sons.
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