A status hearing on Britney Spears‘ conservatorship never went down this week … because a group of people who had nothing to do with the case refused to get off the Zoom call so the judge could conduct a confidential hearing.
The plan was routine — every 3 months or so, the judge calls the parties into court to catch up on developments in the conservatorship. There are reports out there that Britney and/or others were trying to end it. Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ … no one has EVER filed a motion nor has there ever been a court proceeding to end the permanent conservatorship in the 11 years it’s been in effect.
As for the would-be status hearing this week … we’re told the judge was handling a bunch of non-confidential matters on Zoom, but then the judge “closed” the virtual courtroom by ordering everyone off who was not involved in Britney’s case. We’re told a group of people from the public got off the call, but then rejoined. The judge was ordering them off, but they refused to leave, so after more than 2 hours the judge pulled the plug and rescheduled the hearing.
We’ve learned Jody Montgomery, the woman who has been working with Britney for a long time and was appointed temporary conservator of Britney the person last year when Jamie Spears fell ill … well, she’s still the temporary conservator. Jamie is still the conservator of Britney’s estate — meaning her business affairs.