Britney Spears' longtime lawyer Sam Ingham is preparing to walk away from the singer's 13-year conservatorship battle.
According to reports, the Grammy winner's attorney -- who has represented her since 2008 -- is resigning.
Ingham is allegedly preparing paperwork to ask the judge to dismiss him as Britney's court-appointed lawyer.
It's interesting timing considering the Lucky singer's longtime manager Larry Rudolph quit hours prior.
Over the weekend, The New Yorker ran an exposé questioning Ingham's motives in the conservatorship case.
As they pointed out, Spears pays his annual salary of $527,000, which is more than she spends on her own living expenses. In 2019, she paid $438,360 on herself.
Despite his huge salary, Ingham is reportedly ending his relationship with Spears because he's upset with what she told the judge in court.
As Radar reported, Spears gave an emotional testimony and claimed she never knew she had the choice to end her conservatorship.
Sources connected to Ingham say he regularly gave the singer the option but claims Spears never wanted to make the move.
Another insider alleges Spears only mentioned she wanted to remove her father, Jamie Spears, from the conservatorship but never picked the option to end it.
It seemingly feels like everyone involved in the conservatorship is dropping like flies.
That wasn't the only bombshell that Rudolph dropped. He also revealed Spears wants to officially retire, pointing out there's no use for him if she's not performing.
Spears spoke out about her conservatorship for the first time nearly two weeks ago.
She accused her dad and team of forcing her to perform. She also said everyone involved in her conservatorship "should be in jail."
The most shocking claim Spears made is that she doesn't have control over her body.
The singer told the judge she wants to get married and have more kids but claims Jamie Spears refuses to let her remove the IUD from her body.
“I was told right now, in the conservatorship, I’m not able to get married or have a baby,” Spears said during the June hearing.
"I have an IUD inside of myself right now, so I don’t get pregnant," Spears explained. "I wanted to take the IUD out, so I could start trying to have another baby, but the so-called team won’t let me go to the doctor to take it out, because they don’t want me to have any more children."