NEW YORK : American singer Britney Spears, 39, said in a statement to the court during her termination of her guardianship that she had feared for years that she would be killed or proved insane.
According to the British news agency Reuters, Britney Spears recorded her statement in court by phone for the second time in the same month in the hearing of the case of termination of father’s guardianship on July 14.
Prior to the statement, at the end of June, for the first time in 13 years, Britney Spears had recorded her statement in court over the phone.
In a statement recorded in court for the second time in the same month, Britney Spears once again leveled serious allegations against the father and demanded that the court immediately remove the father’s “guardianship”.
The actress told the court that in her early years of patronage, she had a strong feeling that her father would kill her and then went on to realize that he would prove her insane.
He once again called his father’s “guardianship” insulting and violent and demanded that he be released immediately and allowed to live as he wished.
The Associated Press (AP) reported that the court had allowed Britney Spears to appoint a lawyer of her choice, after which the singer’s lawyer appeared in court for the first time.
Britney Spears told the court she had hired Mathew Rosengart as her lawyer.