TOMORROW’S hearing on Britney Spears’ conservatorship will not be recorded, even as the singer is set to speak for the first time ever since her public breakdown in 2008.
The pop princess will address the court through by video, but the court’s rules mean fans and followers will not be able to listen to her remarks.
Although media will be able to listen in, they “are not allowed to be filmed, recorded, broadcast, photographed, or streamed live at any point during or after the hearing, whether listening remotely or attending the hearing in-person,” according to The News-Herald.
And, the judge will be able to order all video or phone links to be cut at any time, due to the sensitive nature of the hearing.
Britney is expected to argue against the conservatorship, which was implemented in 2008 after a series of public meltdowns by the singer and prevents Britney from controlling her life or having any access to her million-dollar fortune.
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