Samuel Ingham and Loeb & Loeb will resign following the resignation of Spears' manager, Larry Rudolph, earlier this week.
After a bombshell court appearance, Britney Spears’ longtime court-appointed counsel Samuel D. Ingham III will resign from her conservatorship, according to documents filed Tuesday (July 6).
Ingham, who was court-appointed to represent Spears and has done so for the last thirteen years, was allegedly upset after hearing Spears’ virtual testimony to a judge last month, where she expressed, for the first time publicly, her desire for the conservatorship to end and for her father, Jamie Spears, to stop controlling her personal decisions, finances and communications. TMZ was first to report the news of Ingham’s resignation.
According to TMZ, Ingham had regularly given the 39-year-old Toxic singer options, including that she could request for the conservatorship end. But in Spears’ 20-minute testimony, she emphasized that she didn’t know she could petition for the conservatorship to end.