Britney Spears lawyers to resign

Britney Spears‘ court-appointed lawyer Samuel D. Ingham III has reportedly filed paperwork to resign from his role.

The news, reported by Deadline and TMZcomes less than 24 hours after Spears’ longtime manager Larry Rudolph’s own resignation upon learning the singer is considering officially retiring.

ngham was first appointed as Spears’ lawyer in 2008 by Reva G. Goetz, a former judge in the conservatorship case, and represented her for the following 13 years. Per Los Angeles Superior Court documents published by Deadline, filings state “SAMUEL D. INGHAM III hereby resigns as court-appointed counsel for BRITNEY JEAN SPEARS, conservatee, effective upon the appointment of new court-appointed counsel”.

The same documents indicate the simultaneous withdrawal of law firm Loeb and Loeb from the Spears conservatorship case.

As the publication notes, the withdrawals must be approved by Judge Brenda Penny who has presided over the case in recent years.



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