Britney Spears Conservatorship Hearing Continued
There’s no end yet for the Britney Spears conservatorship.
Britney’s lawyers met for three hours on Thursday to hash out a resolution, but none was met, with Commissioner Reva Goetz continuing the hearing until December 3rd.
Geraldine Wylie, an attorney for the conservatorship said she couldn't reveal what was discussed in chambers but said, "Everything is great with Britney, she is doing very well. The tour is great."
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The hearing was over in under two minutes.
Britney and her estate were placed under court-ordered temporary conservatorship back in February 2008 following the pop star’s very public melt down and subsequent hospitalization.