Britney Spears wants to move her relationship forward.
The pop star, 39, is reportedly keen to get married and wants her four-year-old boyfriend Sam Asghari to ask the question, according to TMZ, who reported on Monday that the couple’s recent trip to Maui, sadly, did not included proposal of the actor and trainer.
While the outlet cited sources who relayed that Spears and Asghasi had “spoken” of getting engaged, the “Gimme More” singer has said in recent weeks and even told the court that her desire to marry and having a child was blocked. by those responsible for its supervision.
However, despite a certain internal schism – her father, Jamie Spears, and her personal conservator, Jodi Montgomery, call Bologna on these claims and argue that the performer of “Toxic” is not restricted by anyone.
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The Tories have no legal authority over a person’s love life or inherent reproductive desires and Jamie has even claimed in court records that he had no contact with Spears for extended periods of time because these personal matters are supposed to be handled by Montgomery.
Judge Brenda Penny, who oversees legal back-and-forths, on Thursday rejected Spears’ request to remove Jamie as co-curator from her case.
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Shortly thereafter, Bessemer Trust Co. filed an ex parte application to be removed from his role as co-curator of Spears, as developments surrounding media coverage and general tact within the curatorial team rendered the difficult trust.
The judge agreed to consider the request.
According to court documents obtained by Fox News on Friday, a hearing will be held on July 14 to deal with the case.
In the documents, “modified circumstances” are cited as Bessemer’s reasoning for wanting to be removed from the case.
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In documents filed asking to withdraw from the case, Bessemer said Spears’ explosive testimony on June 23 caused them to reconsider.
“Following the testimony of the Conservative at the hearing on June 23, however, the petitioner learned that the Conservative opposes the continuation of her trusteeship and wishes to end the trusteeship,” state the docs. “The petitioner has heard from the curator and respects her wishes.”
In her testimony, Spears asked the judge to end the guardianship, which has seen her father overseeing her estate, finances, and day-to-day life since 2008. Bessemer was named co-curator last year, but TMZ recently reported that court-appointed popstar lawyer Sam Ingham had yet to file documents confirming Bessemer’s position.
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Among several other claims, Spears alleged the guardianship was “abusive” and left her “traumatized.” She claimed she was once locked in a small Beverly Hills rehab facility and could no longer remove contraception from her body.
Representatives for Spears did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Fox News’ Nate Day and Melissa Chrise contributed to this report.