Britney Spears Conservatorship Hearing to Start in Minutes, Live Stream Outside

Britney Spears‘ potentially game-changing day in court is about to begin with her conservatorship hanging in the balance, and the environment — inside and outside court — is dramatic.

As you know, Wednesday’s hearing is the most highly anticipated one since Britney testified in June during a previous hearing, in which she made shocking allegations and clearly stated she wanted to end the conservatorship after 13 years … and possibly even sue her family.

Though Britney is not present in court today, her parents — Jamie and Lynne Spears — will be appearing via Zoom, along with Britney’s attorney, Mathew Rosengart.

Wednesday’s hearing for arguments on ending the conservatorship was originally set for January 28 but got moved up to today — and while no one is expected to object to dismantling it … it’s still unlikely the judge will end the conservatorship today.

Instead, the judge could order another mental evaluation for Britney, or possibly order mediation where all the parties get together and come up with a plan on how to transition from the conservatorship.

Along with all that … the hearing will likely address the removal or suspension of Jamie, fees for Jamie and his lawyers, and various accounting issues. So, get ready for a long one.

As we’ve reported … ever since Britney spoke in court in June, a LOT has gone down — both with the case and in Britney’s personal life.

Following a quick Hawaiian getaway with her then-boyfriend, Sam Asghari, after her court testimony … Britney began taking legal action to choose her own lawyer (her previous one, Sam Ingham, resigned) and remove her father as conservator of her estate.

Britney eventually hired Rosengart, who quickly went to work in ousting Jamie … before Britney’s dad seemingly agreed to step down in legal docs he filed in mid-August.

Things have gotten more complicated since then, however. After Britney formally asked to end her conservatorship last week, new allegations dropped in the NYT documentary, “Controlling Britney Spears,” in which Jamie’s accused of recording her bedroom conversations.

Then, on Monday, Jamie asked the judge not to forcefully remove him as conservator, but instead consider dissolving the conservatorship entirely.

The judge is expected to address some, if not all, of these issues Wednesday in court … so get ready. You know the #FreeBritney crowd will be there … as they’ve already gathered outside the courthouse to support their queen.

Meanwhile, as all of the legal issues have been unfolding, Britney’s music manager resigned and claimed she’s retired from performing … and Britney and Sam got engaged.

Oh, and by the way … TMZ has launched a podcast. Stay tuned for a new episode after the hearing breaking down everything that happened in court.

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