Britney Will Not Testify In Court Regarding Conservatorship Case



Britney will not appear in court to testify in her on-going conservatorship case despite requests from former attorney, Jon Eardley, according to Eonline.com.

Eardley claimed Britney hired him to help dissolve the conservatorship, but was recently issued a restraining order on behalf of Jamie Spears for allegedly undermining Britney's conservatorship.

"There was a finding of a judge of the Superior Court that she lacks the capacity to testify," Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Akiva Bobb said after a listening to the closing statements Tuesday morning at the L.A. Superior Court.

Bobb claims Britney is not "mentally fit to make her own legal decisions."

Then how is she able to perform on tour?!

Eardley reportedly told officials that Britney hired him in a call that "ended abruptly when the phone was apparently grabbed from her hand."

Britney says in a voicemail left on January 21, 2009, at 12:29 a.m., that her father Jamie Spears has threatened to take her kids away from her, saying:

quote:

"Hi my name's Britney Spears. I called you earlier. I'm calling again because I just wanted to make sure that during the process of eliminating the conservatorship that my father has threatened me several times, you know, he'll take my children away.

I just want to be guaranteed that everything will be fine with the process of you guys taking care of everything that things will stay the same as far as my custodial time. That's it, bye."


"Eardley's attorney, Roger Diamond, filed a motion April 10 to compel Spears to testify before closing arguments were made, but there was no sign of her at the courthouse today."

Diamond continued to say that Britney wanted Eardley's help in ridding the conservatorship and be free from her father's control.

"Britney Spears is crying out for help," Diamond said in his closing statement.

The last thing daddy would ever want her to do is open her mouth in court.

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