Britney Spears will not be deposed in conservatorship case, judge denies her father Jamie Spears' request

According to the latest ruling by judge Brenda Penny in the Los Angeles court, Britney Spears will not have to sit for a deposition in her conservatorship case. Britney's father Jamie Spears had originally filed a motion requesting that his daughter should be deposed as he was gathering evidence in his defence against the surveillance allegations made against him in his former role as her conservator.

Britney's lawyer Mathew Rosengart issued a "plea for decency" for Jamie to withdraw the request, saying, "Whether he believes it or not, or accepts it or not, his daughter feels traumatized by what she went through for more than a decade at his hands." He also argued that a deposition would re-traumatize Britney. The singer's conservatorship was terminated after 13 years by a Los Angeles court in November last year.

As for the singer's father, Jamie's lawyer has said that he did "nothing wrong" in the conservatorship. His court filing argued that the claims of surveillance and bugging of the singer's phone during the conservatorship are "salacious and false."

In the meantime, Britney has been busy with her personal life and has already celebrated some milestone moments since her conservatorship ended. The singer tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari earlier this year. Recently, it was also reported that Spears may soon be making a comeback in the music industry as well. It was recently reported that Britney may be teaming up with Elton John as he gears up to release a new version of his famed song Tiny Dancer.

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