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Judge Rules Britney Spears Should Gain Control Back Of Her Money AND Refuses To Create Reserve Fund For Jamie’s Legal Fees!

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Britney Spears got a huge win in court! Although the pop sensations’ conservatorship ended back in November, there are still several loose ends to tie up, such as the Jamie Spear’s request for Britney to pay his millions of dollars in legal fees that he racked up over the years while he was still the conservator of her estate.

In a court appearance on Wednesday, their attorneys battled over whether to set up a reserve account with her $60 million fortune until the court decides if the 69-year-old and his lawyers should receive for their legal payments.

They also clashed over whether or not the 40-year-old singer should gain control over her money again now that she is no longer in the legal arrangement.

And let’s just say things got pretty heated! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Justin Gold — the attorney working for the temporary conservator of Britney’s estate — argued that she deserved access to her funds in its entirety. Mathew Rosengart then added that they can handle the fee requests if the time comes as she has money to pay for her own lawyers and had no plans to “not going to dissipate her assets” at any point. Related: Britney Spears Says Father Jamie Spears Had An Affair With Business Manager Lou Taylor! However, Jamie’s lawyer Alex Weingarten opposed their remarks, telling the court: Rosengart then quickly reminded Weingarten that “the conservatorship is over.” Ultimately, Penny refused to set aside the funds and stated that there are certain protections in place to make sure lawyers get paid if an order is issued granting their request.

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