Britney Spears ‘conservatorship won’t be ending’
Thu, 16 Aug 2012 1:12p.m.
Britney Spears ensured her conservatorship judge that that she is “ok.”
Following her 2008 meltdown, the star is ordered by the court to have her personal and professional decisions overseen by her father Jamie and others – including her fiance Jason Trawick.
Britney has been travelling across the country as part of her role as judge on American X Factor and expressed in court Wednesday how she has been faring on the road.
“Britney met Judge Reva Goetz in her chambers for about 45 minutes and included her court appointed attorney, Sam Ingham,” a source told Radar Online.
“The judge wanted to see Britney in person to ask her how she was doing with her new job. Britney said that she is enjoying it and is looking forward to the live shows. The judge is the one who signed off on Britney becoming a part of the show and it was her duty to ensure that Britney is doing ok.”
Britney won’t be free from oversight anytime soon.
“The conservatorship won't be ending this year,” the source explained.
“Britney's doctors and father just don't think she is ready quite yet. It very well could end at the beginning of next year.”
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