Pop superstar Britney Spears' father Jamie has agreed to step down as her conservator, according to newly filed court documents.
See the legal teams, family members, and entertainment titans who have all had a hand in establishing and maintaining the pop star's guardianship.
Jamie Spears continues to accuse Jodi Montgomery, the personal conservator of Britney Spears, of controlling Britney's medical treatment and personal life.
Britney Spears' lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, argued the pop star suffers "ongoing harm" every day Jamie Spears remains as conservator.
Co-conservator Jodi Montgomery said Spears has "serious, unresolved" issues with her father stemming from childhood that cause her "great distress."
In a new court filing, a statement from Britney Spears' mom said that the relationship between Britney and her father has "dwindled to nothing but fear and hatred."
Britney Spears has three paths forward with her conservatorship now that she has her own lawyer, but ousting her father Jamie will be a long process.
The Los Angeles County court system ended its remote dial-in program a day after Spears' June testimony was illegally recorded and leaked online.
In a court filing viewed by People, a conservator for the star accused Jamie Spears of using over $2 million of Britney's money for his legal defense.
Jodi Montgomery spoke up about continuing to serve as conservator after other members of Britney Spears' team said they were stepping down.
A report by The New Yorker also claimed that Jamie Spears called his daughter a "terrible mother" after the conservatorship was granted.
The lengthy report from The New Yorker revealed new details surrounding Britney Spears and her ongoing conservatorship.
#FreeBritney activists told Insider it was "incredibly emotional" hearing Britney Spears speak after years of the movement getting "gaslit."
The request came a day after a judge denied Spears' request to remove her father as a conservator and end the guardianship for good.
The "Fancy" rapper said Spears is "not exaggerating or lying" about her father's behavior or restrictive conservatorship: "This should be illegal."
The decision comes days after Spears spoke publicly for the first time about the conservatorship that has controlled her life since 2008.
Jamie Spears said in court documents filed on Tuesday that he loves Britney Spears "unconditionally," but isn't allowed to get in touch with her.
The pop star compared her treatment to "sex trafficking." While Spears didn't allege her conservators sexually exploited her, she did say they made her work against her will.
Spears spoke to the court about the negative influence she says her conservatorship has had on her life.
Spears is slated to appear in a Los Angles court Wednesday, where she will address the controversial conservatorship.