(CNN) – A Los Angeles High Court judge on Wednesday rejected a resolution dismissing Britney Spears’ father as the custodian of her daughter’s estate, and formally requested in November that the trust be allowed to act as co-custodian.
Although the decision was made a week after the pop star’s explosive testimony about Jamie Spears’ role as a defender, Judge Brenda Penny’s decision was not the result of that investigation.
The decision was made following a request in November, in which Spears’ attorney asked the Bessemer Foundation to act as co-defendant with the singer’s father.
“The Defender’s request to suspend James P. Spears immediately following the appointment of California’s Bessemer Trust Company as the sole custodian of the estate is denied without prejudice,” the court record states.
Jamie Spears’ lawyer confirmed the presentation to CNN, with no comment.
Two sources close to the singer told CNN on Tuesday that his lawyer, Samuel D. Ingom III said it plans to file a petition to end nearly 13 years of protection.
«Britney has spoken with Sam several times Since last week, it has asked for a blank slate to resubmit documents to end this, “a source said.
On Wednesday, Jamie Spears’ attorneys filed two lawsuits, one of which asked the judge to begin an investigation into claims made by Britney Spears last week, alleging that she was forced to act against her will and take drugs.
Lithium a [medicamento] Very strong and completely different drug than the one I took. If you drink too much and take it for more than five months, you will develop a mental illness, ”Spears told the June 23 trial. I felt drunk. I could not even defend myself. I could not talk to my mom or dad about anything. I said I was scared, they had six different nurses come to my house and monitor me and I didn’t want to start when I was taking this medication.
Lithium is commonly used to treat bipolar disorder, which often causes episodes of depression and mania, such as uncontrolled arousal or irritability. It can be used to treat depression.
“I think this defender is wrong,” Spears told the judge. I want my life back. 13 years have passed and that is enough, ”he said.
The next hearing in the case is scheduled for July 14.