Britney Spears' conservator Jodi Montgomery 'wants her to get out of conservatorship' after singer called it 'abusive'

 Britney Spears' conservator Jodi Montgomery has said she "wants her to get out of conservatorship" after the singer called it "abusive."

Britney, 39, will be getting 'the tools to get better," according to People. 

A source close to the situation said that Jodi has been "working with a team of experts" to help the Toxic singer "eventually get out of the conservatorship."

Although Britney claimed the conservatorship was "abusive," especially with how her father Jamie Spears oversees her finances, the insider insisted that the conservators have been reported on and "have to be investigated secretly by the court." 

The conservators "are all closely monitored to assure nothing shady is happening." told the insider. 

Britney had taken steps towards making Jodi her permanent conservator.

From a petition back in March, Britney's legal team requested that Montgomery serve as the pop star's permanent conservator.

A source close to Britney told the Daily Mail: "If Jodi becomes her conservator things would drastically change for Britney.

"She's not working because of her dad. She has said that as long as a dad is control of her life, she's not working.

"Britney trusts Jodi Montgomery – she's really great. Things would drastically change for the better."

Last week, the international pop sensation appeared virtually in court on Wednesday to fight for freedom from her conservatorship.

Britney took the stand for herself at her conservatorship hearing and said: “I just want my life back.”

While speaking via the phone for about 20 minutes, the former teen pop idol claimed that the conservatorship since from the beginning had made "no sense."

The pop singer said: "I pay people money and they control me. I worked since I was 17-years-old and this conservatorship is abusive." 

"I don't feel I can live a full life. I don't even believe in therapy. I always thought I could take it to God."

The singer mentioned that the conservatorship has not protected her from the paparazzi and has given her "no privacy."

Britney continued: "I want to end the conservatorship and I don't want to be evaluated as a pre-condition," she said.

"It took a year during COVID to get self-care methods. Conservator lied and said I could get nothing done." 

"I couldn't get my nails done…anything. The conservator is now like my dad was… they work for me."

The Gimme More singer explained how she was "scared of people, does not trust people" and had been "stuck in Westlake where she has no privacy.”

She also said that “the paparazzi saw her crying as she left therapy Tuesday."

While Jamie Lynn Spears, 30, has faced backlash from fans for "not supporting" her sister, Britney was recently spotted with her boyfriend Sam Asghari, 27, on a trip to Hawaii after hearing.

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