Madison Malone Kircher

senior writer for New York Magazine

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In 2008, a court appointed Britney Spears' father to be her conservator, meaning he controls her nearly $60 million estate.

Free Britney movement: The effort to wrest control of Britney Spears’ estate away from her father

In 2008, a court appointed Britney Spears' father to be her conservator, meaning he controls her nearly $60 million estate.

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