Britney Spears continues to fight in court for her freedom and the end of her father’s 13-year guardianship.
As for this lawsuit, the celebrity’s ex-husband, Kevin Federline is concerned that the artist may regain control of her life “without expert judgment,” her lawyer noted..
“I’ve seen news that Britney wants to [a tutela] “End without an expert evaluation,” Mark Vincent Kaplan told Page Six.
“One thing I can imagine would generate more dialogue, if it ended, is that I know she revealed in her statement. [em tribunal] who got lithium and I think, as you can imagine, lithium is a powerful psychotropic.”
“So, if the guardianship is about to expire or even ends without a professional evaluation, I’m sure Kevin would want to know at least the conditions for which lithium was prescribed,” he notes.
Despite these concerns, Federline believes that the artist’s health and happiness are key, not least because of the children they share – Sean Preston, 15, and Jayden James, 14.
“It was hard to see her badly. Kevin doesn’t really have a clue about what’s going on in guardianship, but obviously if Britney is healthy and well, that’s great. He wants her to be happy and healthy.”, Completed.
Remember that Kevin Federline, 43, and Spears, 39, were married between 2004 and 2007.
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