By Fox News Radio’s Eben Brown in Los Angeles
Britney Spears is going free — though a little less so than before.
A judge in Los Angeles has lifted the conservatorship over the singer, ending a three-year look over the pop star’s affairs. She will be named in a lawsuit filed by her ex-husband Kevin Federline. He claims her conservatorship is wrongfully impeding his ability to make “common sense financial decisions.”
The former flame of Justin Timberlake is seeking $115,000 a month in support under the divorce settlement. The pop star has argued that her former hubby’s request is too much, especially since he has two children by two different women.
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Spears publicly criticized the conservatorship after it first began when she was hospitalized in 2008 after an apparent breakdown. The decision to support her former husband made her rethink things.
Her court-appointed adviser wrote in court filings that her conservatorship could be considered “an affront to her dignity.”