Remember how Britney Spears went a little crazy a few years back and then everyone decided that it was best if her dad went ahead and took control of her finances and her life and everything? And remember how Britney’s soon-to-be husband, Jason Trawick, was supposed to be legally signed in as the other dude to be in charge of all that? Well, it happened. And it feels just as weird as we all thought it would.
Britney Spears’ fiance Jason Trawick is officially the singer’s newest conservator — the judge in her conservatorship case just signed off on giving him legal power to govern Britney’s affairs.
TMZ broke the story … Britney’s dad and conservator Jamie Spearsfiled the petition earlier this month, asking the court to add Jason as a co-conservator. We’re told Britney also wanted Jason on board as co-conservator.
After the hearing, we overhead the lawyers say Jamie is “thrilled.”
The move makes total sense … considering the two are set to be married.
As co-conservator, Jason is now empowered to help decide how Britney will earn and spend her money — including the $15 million deal she’s about to sign with “X Factor.”
Hey, let’s consider this, all right? What would you do if you met someone really awesome, and you were attracted to her, and she seemed super, but then you found out that she was in a bit of a rough place and her dad was basically in control of her: would that be a deal breaker? Or would you maybe stick it out while that person got her life back on track? You wouldn’t marry her, would you? I hope not, because that would be kind of creepy.
I think there’s a difference between being in a relationship with a healthy, stable adult who becomes mentally ill or somehow incapable of being trusted with her own finances and big decisions and all that and entering into a legal relationship with someone who legally isn’t allowed to make her own decisions. Do you know what I mean? I mean this whole thing really creeps me out, and if Britney won’t be able to go out and buy her own wedding dress or pay vendors all by herself, and if she needs her dad to legally approve her marriage, then maybe she shouldn’t be getting married.
But what do you think?