Britney’s Conservatorship Battle: All the Latest

#FreeBritney followers, we got you.

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been obsessed with Britney Spears’ battle to be rid of her 13-year conservatorship from day one. As her fight for freedom (hopefully) draws closer to an end, we’re keeping tabs on the final stages of the legal proceedings…

Britney focuses on ‘healing’

Britney Spears has given a little insight into her headspace since her father Jamie’s suspension as the conservator of her estate. The 39-year-old posted a soothing photo on Instagram on October 3, featuring a tree with its branches reaching through a hole in the ceiling, set against a pale blue sky.

“Although there is change and things to celebrate in my life, I still have a lot of healing to do,” she wrote. “Thankfully I have a good support system and am taking time to understand it’s ok to slow down and breathe 🧘‍♀️ !!!!! Only through self-love I can pray … love … and support others in return !!!!”

Jamie Spears suspended as conservator

Britney Spears scored a major win on September 29, as Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny suspended her father Jamie as conservator of her estimated $60 million estate. Britney’s attorney Mathew Rosengart described Jamie as a “cruel, toxic and abusive man,” adding that the singer wanted him gone “today” — and describing an “unfathomable” invasion of her privacy.

“We learned Mr. Spears did something unfathomable,” said Rosengart, referring to revelations from The New York Times. “He instructed [a] security team, paid for by my client, to place a listening device in Britney’s bedroom.” Jamie Spears’s attorney Vivian Thoreen, replied: “It’s not evidence, it’s rhetoric.”

Judge Penny, who described the overall situation as “untenable” and “toxic” has appointed a temporary replacement to oversee Britney’s finances. Britney, who is yet to comment publicly on these latest developments, is reportedly seeking to put a plan in place to terminate her conservatorship entirely within the next 30 to 45 days. A court date to consider that request has been set for November 12, and other outstanding matters will be addressed later, on December 13.

Did anyone see this coming?

Back in June, we spoke to experts who weighed in on whether Britney’s bombshell statements about being forced to take lithium, forbidden to remove her contraceptive device, and unable to control her own money might impact the future of her court-appointed conservatorship.

Britney supporters hold signs during a #FreeBritney rally on August 7 in Miami Beach. (Jason Koerner/Getty Images)