Britney Spears 'will not be freed from conservatorship any time soon' as family 'doesn't think she's ready'

BRITNEY Spears will not be "freed from her conservatorship" any time soon as she remains under "constant care."

The pop star and mom of two has been under the legal order for 13 years, and despite her "dream of ridding herself of the conservatorship," sources close to the singer have alleged that "she seems to have less control than she had before."

"She's acting even more shut off from the world," the insider told The Sun exclusively.

"She is back to never being alone and basically having constant care. No-one is ready to allow her to do things 100% on her own, she just isn't there yet."

"Despite everything she did, there is no change happening anytime soon. People don’t believe she is ready," the insider concluded.

The star's conservatorship was implemented in 2008 after she had a series of mental health breakdowns, during which she shaved her head and attacked photographers.

The arrangement put her financial and personal assets, along with her estate, under the control of her father Jamie Spears and lawyer Andrew Wallet, who has since resigned.

Britney has made several attempts to end or change the terms of the conservatorship, but they have been rejected; in November, a court rejected Britney's bid to have her father removed as conservator of her estate.

This has put a huge strain on her relationship with her father and during the recent hearing, Britney lawyer said they have no "viable working relationship" and have not spoken in a "long while."

The insider told The Sun, however, that Britney's team believe "she is impressionable and those around her fear her mom and her sister push her too much and she isn’t ready."

"This is a very rare scenario that someone has such little control of their own finances as an adult, and sadly the situation can only be described as a mess," the insider continued.

"Everyone on her team believes the conservatorship needs to stay in place. She has an allowance now but if it gets too high they have had incidence. She has actually taken people on shopping sprees and spends wildly.

"For example, at one point, she went to Vegas and bought very expensive shoes, sunglasses, and bags for her and her whole group of 'friends' and that sort of behavior attracts the wrong people, the ones who want to hang around for the fame and money. "

Britney's boyfriend Sam Asghari has "managed to get rid of the hanger ons,  and the team really trusts him," the source shared.

"Sam’s family started off as fans of Britney, which she thought was fun but now they are incredibly loving and supportive. Britney loves Sam and relies on him so much that her team often worries where she would be without him. 

"But for now, things between them have been really good. Britney and Sam are taking cooking classes and their friends are encouraging a cookbook together."

Sam and Britney have been dating since 2017.

Yet Sam made his feelings clear about Jamie on Tuesday, when he slammed his girlfriend's father and claimed he "tries to control" their romance.

Sam, 27, took to Instagram stories to denounce his girlfriend's father after the release of her documentary, Framing Britney Spears.

The fitness influencer wrote: "Now it's important for people to understand that I have zero respect for someone trying to control our relationship and constantly throwing obstacles our way.

"In my opinion, Jamie is a total d**k.

"I won't be going into detail because I've always respected our privacy but at the same time, I didn't come to this country to not be able to express my opinion and freedom."

The Sun has contacted reps for Britney for comment.

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