A judge decided late Wednesday to deny Britney Spears’ request to remove her father as sole conservator of her estate. Last week, the 39-year-old made headlines as she explained in a recent plea to the court that the conservatorship controlled not only her finances, but personal health decisions as well, such as whether to remove a birth control device.
Spears’ conservatorship began in 2008 when the singer was battling mental health issues. A conservatorship is put in place by a judge to manage the financial and personal affairs for those who are deemed incapacitated. However, studies have shown that allegations of guardian abuse, neglect, or exploitation have been tied to conservatorships.
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