Despite reports claiming Jamie Spears asked Judge Reva Goetz to review the terms of the conservatorship in hopes of dropping it after Britney’s tour ends in November, it’s FALSE. Or at least the court hasn’t heard anything about it!

“That’s not true,” says Vania Stuelp, deputy public information officer of the Los Angeles Superior Court, according to new reports.

Stuelp works closely with Judge Goetz. “Her job requires talking to the judge in advance to know what’s coming going to happen in court so the public affairs office is prepared.”

Stuelp says Goetz does not know what will be discussed during the August review.

In fact, Stuelp says on the record that the review “may be canceled.”

The decision as to whether the review will take place was made Thursday, though no word on what the final word is.

“The August review was put on the docket on Jan. 21, 2009 when Judge Goetz ruled against lifting a protective order issued last October that temporarily prevented Britney from being deposed. The Florida case settled in June as confirmed yesterday.”

No details were provided as to what the case entailed.

“The case was amicably settled. The parties entered an agreement, the terms of which are confidential, after which we voluntarily dismissed our claims,” says Clay Townsend, attorney for Johnny Wright who sued Britney in October 2007 for nonpayment of management commissions.

There is also nothing scheduled after August on the online court calendar.



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