Britney Spears wants her dad Jamie Spears "charged with conservatorship abuse."
The 39-year-old pop star spoke out during her conservatorship hearing on Wednesday, demanding action be taken against her father.
Spears made it clear -- she phoned into today's hearing to show "who I want as my new lawyer and to get rid of my current lawyer and my dad," reports The Sun.
"I’m not sure how long it takes to get a restraining order but I want to file for abuse and an investigation against my dad," the singer stated.
Spears also told the judge she has "always been scared" of Jamie.
"I was scared he would show up drunk. I counted and in one week alone, I was abandoned 63 times by all of my family members as I sat in the trailer and watched them leave from the window," she revealed.
"My dad needs to be removed," she said of her conservatorship. "He needs to be removed today.
Britney added that she is "fine with Jodi helping me to get more confidence and get out to the real world" but remained firm on her stance that she needs her dad gone.
Spears' plea came after the judge granted her wish, allowing the singer to hire former federal prosecutor Mathew Rosengart as her new legal representative in the conservatorship battle.
Media and #FreeBritney protestors lined the outside of the Los Angeles courthouse hours before the hearing, anxiously waiting to hear any news about the Grammy winner's conservatorship.
The news about Rosengart comes just one week after her court-appointed attorney since 2008 Sam Ingham resigned.
Over the weekend, Spears expressed interest in hiring the legal eagle. Rosengart has represented the likes of Ben Affleck, Steven Spielberg, Sean Penn, and more.
Ingham isn't the only person from Spears' team who jumped ship recently.
Hours before his resignation, her longtime manager Larry Rudolph quit. He dropped a big bombshell too.
Rudolph alleged the singer wishes to retire from music and pointed out there's no use for him if she's not performing.
Britney Spears addressed the judge of her conservatorship trial for the first time, giving an emotional testimony on June 23.
The pop icon didn't hold back, lashing out about her 13-year conservatorship and accusing her dad of several jaw-dropping allegations.
She said Jamie and everyone who has been involved in her conservatorship "should be in jail" for allowing her to endure what she claims as "abuse" for more than a decade.
Spears claimed she was "forced" to go on tour and wasn't allowed to take a break from the stage even when she voiced that she was getting burned out.
The most shocking allegation of all came when the I'm a Slave 4 U singer revealed she wanted to get married and have a baby but alleged Jamie wouldn't let her remove the IUD from her body.
An IUD is a form of birth control that is placed inside the uterus to prevent pregnancy.
"I wanted to take the IUD out so I could start trying to have another baby," Spears told the judge. "But this so-called team won't let me go to the doctor to take it out because they don't want me to have any children, any more children."
Spears has continued to be vocal about her disdain for her conservatorship, as well as her desire to escape Jamie's claws.