Jamie Lynn is releasing a book called I Must Confess Would've been a great title for a memoir if it was written by the person who sang the lyric and not their SISTER
Is it wrong to want this all sorted in a week long special of Judge Judy? Think of the cameos.
"Can Derrick Barry please take to the stand?"
Matthew Rosengart has represented a number of high-profile clients over the years, including Steven Spielberg, Sean Penn, Ben and Casey Affleck, Eddie Vedder, Soledad O'Brien, Michael Mann and NBA star Jimmy Butler.
Rosengart have not yet formally agreed to represent Britney, but if he does, according to TMZ, "the mission will be to attempt to end the conservatorship, although the first step is removing Jamie."
They add: "Britney has already asked the judge to end the conservatorship without any further medical evaluation. That will be an uphill climb, because nearly 2 dozen doctors and therapists have weighed in over the years ... saying Britney has a serious mental illness that would imperil her safety if left to her own devices. The judge did not indicate whether she's receptive to bypassing a mental health exam as a pre-condition to ending the conservatorship."
Another hurdle is, because she's in a conservatorship, Britney is unable to legally enter a contract with the approval of her conservator (her dad). That's why he needs to be removed first.
Britney is already signing documents that would allow Rosengart to represent her. Next steps are for him to agree and the court approve it.