BRITNEY Spears' legal team are confident that her conservatorship will end on Friday and say she's 'ready for vengeance' when it ends.
The singer will be appearing virtually at the court hearing which will decide whether her conservatorship will end completely after her father Jamie Spears was suspended as her conservator in September.
A member of Britney's legal team told The Sun ahead of the hearing: "Britney and Mathew fully believe that if all goes according to plan, she will be a free woman by the end of the day.
"She has been emotional all week and was crying last night both happy tears and tears of joy. I think she doesn’t fully believe it’s coming to an end yet after so many years of pushing and fighting.
They added, "She keeps saying “I can’t believe it’s really happening” and I don’t think it will sink in until after the hearing.”
'READY FOR VENGEANCE'
The source added that Britney, 39, is feeling ready for justice after spending 13 years of her life under the extremely restrictive conservatorship.
“She spent years afraid of her father but she’s not afraid anymore. She’s confident and ready for vengeance and with her new team around her, that’s exactly what she is going to get." they told The Sun.
"This is only the beginning of justice for her and only the beginning of investigations into anyone who has wronged her over the years.”
In September, Britney's case returned to a Los Angeles courtroom where Judge Brenda Penny made a number of bombshell rulings, following her father's decision to step down from the conservatorship the month prior.
She ruled to suspend Jamie from the conservatorship, however, it did not mean the end of the conservatorship altogether.
Speaking in court, Judge Brenda Penny said: "Based on what I read in the filings, and I read everything. I do believe the suspension of Jamie Spears is in the best interest of Britney Spears.
"The current situation is unattainable. The court finds the toxic environment Jamie Spears has created needs to be removed today."
Following the judge's decision, a temporary conservator was put in Jaime's place for about a month.
In previous court hearings, Britney's lawyer Mathew Rosengart slammed Jamie's "shameful attacks" on the pop star.
He also vowed to “continue the investigation into his conduct” after Jamie stepped down as her conservator.
In July 2021, Britney first scored a major victory in her conservatorship battle with her father when she was able to choose her own lawyer for the FIRST time ever.
The Sun confirmed that Judge Penny permitted the hiring of Britney's chosen legal representation, Mathew S. Rosengart, to represent her.
Her newly-appointed attorney filed court documents soon after that requested a CPA named Jason Rubin be appointed the conservatorship of her estate in replace of her dad.
In the documents, the singer called the relationship with her father "venomous" and "it impairs Ms. Spears's mental health, her well-being, and her ability to pursue and continue with her extraordinary career.”
The docs also call her dad's control on her life "traumatizing, insane and depressing."
Britney is looking forward to the future as she revealed earlier this week that her wedding dress is already being made.
The Gimme More hitmaker got engaged to boyfriend of five years Sam Asghari in September.
And in an Instagram post on Tuesday the singer revealed that Donatella Versace is designing her bridal gown.
Brit posed in a pretty pink tulle gown in snaps she shared.
The mom-of-two wrote: "No … this is not my wedding dress 👗 bahahah !!!! Donatella Versace is making my dress as we speak 🤫 …. Have a good night folks 🌙💖✨ !!!!"
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