Britney Spears courtroom denunciation last month of her “abusive” conservatorship, during which she criticized her father, her management and her court-appointed lawyer, has led to another dramatic change in her case: Now her longtime lawyer wants to quit.
Samuel Ingham III has asked to resign, according to documents in her Los Angeles probate court file obtained Tuesday by USA TODAY. Ingham has represented Spears for the past 13 years that she has been under a California conservatorship, or state-appointed guardianship, with no control over her finances and other important life decisions.
If Judge Brenda Penny signs the order, it would become effective only after she appoints a new lawyer for Spears. California
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