Britney Spears and her estranged father Jamie settle a lengthy lawsuit

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Just two months ago, Jamie accused Britney of trying to delay their trial – which was scheduled for May 2024 – and made it clear that they had not resolved the case.

However, it has now been reported that the 42-year-old ultimately recently reached a settlement.

Britney’s powerful lawyer Mathew Rosengart told us: “It has been our honor and privilege to represent, protect and defend Britney Spears. Although the conservatorship ended in November 2021, her wish for freedom has now truly been fulfilled. As she wished, her freedom now includes that she will no longer have to attend or be involved in court, or be involved in legal proceedings in this matter.”

He added: “Britney Spears won when the court disbarred her father, and Britney Spears won when her basic rights and civil liberties were restored. Since gaining her freedom in late 2021, Britney Spears has achieved notable success on several fronts, including her August 2021 2022 collaboration with Sir Elton John on the smash hit Hold me closer (which debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart and became her 24th top ten single), followed by her groundbreaking book deal with Simon & Schuster for her memoir The woman in mean immediate one New York times #1 bestseller, which received universal, breathtaking praise and would not have been possible during the conservatory.”

Rosengart concluded, “We reiterate our satisfaction that we are in a position to help restore Britney Spears’ civil rights and freedoms and the honor and privilege it has been to serve and protect Ms. Spears and achieve her goals in resolving various legal issues pursuant to her thoughtful and wise instructions and requests, which again are to her credit.”

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As we previously reported, Jamie lost his limb inches above his knee after contracting a “terrible infection” from a knee replacement surgery he had in the mid-2000s. The infection left him hospitalized for weeks and the amputation was reportedly a “last resort” by medical staff in an attempt to save his life.

Just weeks after the life-changing procedure, he was spotted holding the door of a vehicle for support in December 2023 as he got out of the car into a wheelchair outside a warehouse in Kentwood, La.

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