Britney Spears’ life is starting to play like one of those court shows, only on a never-ending loop.
A quartet of attorneys representing Ms. Spears was in court in Los Angeles Monday afternoon arguing over if and when Britney will be mentally sound enough to give a deposition in an ongoing legal battle.
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This is a matter that will be resolved in Florida, probably sometime in 2010.
At issue is what services Johnny Wright performed for Britney and for how long. Wright managed Spears starting when she was still part of Disney’s Mickey Mouse Club but he claims he’s still owed some fees. And his attorney, Clay Townsend, came to court asking that Spears be ordered to give a deposition, in which she would answer some questions about the case.
Townsend argues that if Britney is clear-headed enough to talk on camera for an MTV documentary and to perform live on “Good Morning America,” then she should be able to talk with a couple of lawyers.
The entire hearing took an hour and at the end of it the Commissioner continued the case until August. Clay Townsend told our court correspondent “I have faith the judge is doing the right thing and she will revisit this.”
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