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Britney Spears conservatorship hearing sabotaged by unwanted Zoom attendees who ignored the judge’s order

Britney Spears conservatorship hearing sabotaged by unwanted Zoom attendees who ignored the judge’s order to leave the digital court conference

  • A hearing this week was delayed after four people were able to enter the court’s digital system illegally
  • Interlopers refused to get off the call in violation of the law
  • A makeup hearing was held next month
  • Singer, 38, has been under conservatorship since 2008

Britney Spears conservatorship hearing was canceled early this week after unwanted Zoom attendees continued to appear during the confidential digital hearing.

The intruders appeared illegally on the zoom stream, TMZ reported, and declined the judge’s order to log out, postponing the hearing.

The judge was “frustrated with the situation,” sources said The blast, and the proceedings were postponed until next month.

New Details: Britney Spears curatorial hearing was canceled prematurely this week after unwanted Zoom attendees continued to appear at the confidential digital hearing. The 38-year-old singer was arrested in LA last summer

New Details: Britney Spears curatorial hearing was canceled prematurely this week after unwanted Zoom attendees continued to appear at the confidential digital hearing. The 38-year-old singer was arrested in LA last summer

The hearing was a quarter in which the parties involved kept the court informed of the details of the case, TMZ noted.

Amid reports that the … Baby One More Time singer is not satisfied with the terms of the arrangement, insiders told the outlet that no legal attempts have been made to change things.

Currently, Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, is in charge of the curatorship, with Jody Montgomery as the temporary curator.

The Grammy-awarded singer, 38, was scheduled to appear on a digital stream, but was in no way present at the hearing, The blast reported Wednesday citing court documents.

Support: Out of court Wednesday, members of the # FreeBritney movement came together to support the pop star

Support: Out of court Wednesday, members of the # FreeBritney movement came together to support the pop star

Support: Out of court Wednesday, members of the # FreeBritney movement came together to support the pop star

Sign of the times: A Spears supporter wore a mask that read 'Free Britney'

Sign of the times: A Spears supporter wore a mask that read 'Free Britney'

Sign of the times: A Spears supporter wore a mask that read ‘Free Britney’

Focus: The movement aims to see the poisonous artist free from the conditions of the conservatory

Focus: The movement aims to see the poisonous artist free from the conditions of the conservatory

Focus: The movement aims to see the poisonous artist free from the conditions of the conservatory

Getting traction: The # FreeBritney movement has attracted followers over the past year

Getting traction: The # FreeBritney movement has attracted followers over the past year

Getting traction: The # FreeBritney movement has attracted followers over the past year

Spears was not one of 10 people to appear in any capacity, according to court documents, because her father Jamie and mother Lynne were among those present.

In Wednesday’s proceedings, Jamie successfully asked the judge to close the ongoing conservatorship to the public, a request he made on March 12, on the verge of coronavirus closure.

“The court granted the motion to seal the transcript, conditionally seal the filed status report pending a new motion, and the motion to vacate and close the courtroom,” court documents said.

Out of court, members of the # FreeBritney movement – striving to free the Toxic artist from conservatory conditions – came together to support the Lucky singer.

Philadelphia Freedom: A woman named Elizabeth Dinon from Philadelphia held up a sign in support of the Lucky singer

Philadelphia Freedom: A woman named Elizabeth Dinon from Philadelphia held up a sign in support of the Lucky singer

Philadelphia Freedom: A woman named Elizabeth Dinon from Philadelphia held up a sign in support of the Lucky singer

Taking a Stand: A supporter played the title of Britney's 2001 single I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman

Taking a Stand: A supporter played the title of Britney's 2001 single I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman

Taking a Stand: A supporter played the title of Britney’s 2001 single I’m Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman

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