BRITNEY Spears' sister Jamie Lynn has allegedly been seen attending a virtual 'Free Britney' rally on the internet
According to Page Six, the singer's younger sister reportedly joined the conversation for around 10 minutes, with her presence noted by other attendees who welcomed her.
The rally also featured Britney's attorney Lisa MacCarley, and came hours after a Los Angeles judge ruled that Britney's father Jamie will no longer have sole control of his daughter's multi-million dollar fortune.
On Friday, the Zoey 1010 star also broke her silence on social media, sharing a quote which read: "Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about.
"Be kind. Always."
While Britney's fans want to overthrow the conservatorship, which she has been under for 13 years, members of the singer's team – aside from her mom, sister and Sam – still do not believe the singer is ready for full emancipation and needs her dad's support.
However, on Thursday, a judge ruled that Jamie will no longer have sole control over his daughter’s multi-million dollar fortune following public outcry supporting the #FreeBritney movement.
Last year, the legendary pop star filed a petition with Los Angeles Superior Court to remover her dad, Jamie, as the sole conservator over her estate.
Britney, 39, proposed a financial institution take place of her father to handle her massive net worth and assets.
Judge Brenda Penny denied Britney’s petition but did appoint Bessemer Trust as a co-conservator along with Jamie.
Britney’s lawyer argued the nature of a co-conservatorship would significantly reduce Jamie’s role to be more “fair” with a third party financial firm.
The celebrity attorney said: “The fact my client does not want her father as a conservator is well known. Removal is a separate issue and the court has declined to move him and I appreciate that ruling procedurally.
“Having two conservators will reduce the power of one conservator and the question now is how they exist and together.”
Sources close to the singer told The Sun that Britney now "does everything she can" to avoid spending time with her father Jamie — but those close to her believe he uses "guilt tactics" to get her to spend time with him.
“Jamie wants to have a close relationship with Britney but with the conservatorship in place, it's become close to impossible."
In addition to their bitter conservatorship battle, Britney, 39, and her dad's relationship is also under strain because he "refuses to accept" her boyfriend Sam Asghari, the insider added.
The source explained: "Jamie's unwillingness to accept Sam has put a tremendous amount of pressure on his relationship with his daughter.
"He doesn't see Sam as a threat in terms of the conservatorship, he just sees him as 'one of Britney's boyfriends' and someone who could take advantage of his daughter.
"Most of Britney's team would agree with Jamie's view of her past relationships, but they feel Sam is different. Britney's team trusts Sam far more than any of her past relationships. He has been a constant support for three years and they know Britney isn't easy."
The 27-year-old, who has been dating Britney since 2017, recently publicly slammed Jamie, claiming "it's important for people to understand that I have zero respect for someone trying to control our relationship and constantly throwing obstacles our way."
"In my opinion, Jamie is a total d**k," Sam shared on social media.
"I won't be going into detail because I've always respected our privacy but at the same time, I didn't come to this country to not be able to express my opinion and freedom."
Britney's struggles are the subject of a new documentary Framing Britney Spears, which delves into the star's mental breakdown, 13-year conservatorship and the #FreeBritney movement.
The documentary has heightened tensions in Britney's team and among her family, according to the source.
"The support of Britney's fans seems to have fueled Sam to finally speak out and his reaction is causing real problems for everyone involved.
“Everyone in her life, staff or management and even Sam have entered an agreement to never talk about Britney outside their family and group. None of the people working directly with Britney participated in the documentary.
“Sam wouldn’t participate in the making of this and he stays as much as he possibly can out of the spotlight."
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