Britney Spears To Donate VMA Dress For Haiti Relief
A court commissioner overseeing a conservatorship for Britney Spears granted several requests Friday (Jan. 22) involving her property during a two-hour meeting with the singer.
Superior Court Commissioner Reva Goetz approved a request to donate a dress to charity that Spears wore to the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards. The proceeds will benefit relief efforts in Haiti.
The court also granted her father authority to get rid of some of Spears' property that was used during last year's "Circus" tour. The items are described as being "valueless" and occupying several storage containers.
No other changes to the conservatorship were announced during a brief open session after Spears had left the courtroom.
It was Spears' first meeting with Goetz since the singer concluded a world tour promoting the "Circus" album last year.
Before the hearing, she smiled as she walked in through the back door of the courtroom and stood next to her father, Jamie Spears, and an attorney.
Spears did not speak before Goetz closed the courtroom to the public and reporters, stating that medical and sensitive personal information would be discussed.
Spears' father and others have controlled the singer's personal and financial affairs for nearly two years.
The conservatorship was created in 2008 after a series of high-profile hospitalizations and incidents of erratic behavior by the "Womanizer" singer.
Britney Spears has since experienced a career resurgence and had substantial weekly visits with her sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James.
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