BRITNEY Spears has a “strong case for the right to get married & have a baby under conservatorship,” a top legal expert claimed.
Speaking to The Sun exclusively, attorney Goldie Schon said that getting married and having children are among “those fundamental rights as an American.”
Britney, who addressed open court for the first time since her conservatorship began in 2008, claimed that she has an IUD implant that she is not permitted to take out.
The 39-year-old mother of two told the judge that she wants to start trying to have another baby.
As Goldie explained, "it’s a basic right to be married, you have a right to be divorced and you have a right to have children,” so legally Britney has a strong case on her hands to be granted that specifically.
She added: “I believe she could fight for that. Absolutely. Could it happen. Absolutely.”
The Circus singer previously said: “I want to be able to get married and have a baby. I was told right now in the conservatorship, I'm not able to get married or have a baby.
“I have a ID [IUD] inside of myself right now so I don't get pregnant. I wanted to take the I[U]D out so I could start trying to have another baby.
“But this so-called team won't let me go to the doctor to take it out because they don't want me to have any children, any more children.”
At the very end of her in court testimony, Britney re-emphasized her desire to have basic rights restored: “I deserve to have the same rights as anybody does by having a child, a family, any of those things, and more so.”
Britney is a mother to two boys, Sean, 15 and Jayden, 14, with her ex-husband Kevin Federline.
During the court address Britney also expressed her desire to sue her family.
She said: “By law, and this whole team, honestly, I should be able to sue them for threatening me and saying, if I don't go into these meetings twice a week, we can't let you go to Maui on your vacation.
“You have to do what you're told for this program and then you will be able to go.”
Goldie said a conservatee can possibly sue her conservators, but she isn’t sure there would be any merit, at least in Britney’s case.
The legal expert explained: “She could ask for counsel to discuss it, sure, but I doubt it will amount to much.
“Theoretically, she can ask for counsel through their conservatorship. What could or would she sue for? Intentional infliction of emotional distress, any lawyer can come up with anything to create litigation.”
Britney emphatically expressed her desire to be fully released from her conservatorship – something for which she will still need to petition the court for.
However, Goldie cautioned that a full release from the legal arrangement may not happen for the pop star.
She said: “I really don’t think she will be able to get out of it. I just don’t think it’s possible.
“This conservatorship has been in effect for how long? And now she's claiming she's been asking for the conservatorship to be dissolved. Why hasn't it been? There's a reason.”
The expert attorney noted that the public doesn’t know what happens in Britney’s world behind closed doors.
Goldie said: “We do not live in their house, we do not know what goes down, we don't know her mental breakdowns, and we do not know the extent to which she may be unable to make the most basic decisions.”
Under her conservatorship, Britney's father, Jamie Spears, has “controlled” her life for the past 13 years.
The pop star made a number of shocking claims during the hearing, including that her family sent her to a $60K rehab at a small Los Angeles home.
Shortly after Britney made the allegations, Jamie released a statement insisting he “loves his daughter.”
She also compared the "abusive" conservatorship to sex trafficking, stating: “In California, the only similar thing to this is called sex trafficking, making anyone work against their will.
"And taking all their possessions away, credit card, cash, phone, passport."
Britney and her father will return to court as the battle continues.
Source: Read Full Article