Britney Spears' Conservator Is "Concentrated on Giving Her the Tools to Get Better" | PEOPLE

Days after Britney Spears pleaded with an L.A. court to terminate her long-held conservatorship, a source close to the situation insists her conservatorship team has been listening.

The source tells PEOPLE exclusively that Jodi Montgomery — the singer's longtime care manager who temporarily took over as Spears' personal conservator in September 2019 after her father Jamie Spears stepped down — has been "working with a team of experts concentrated on giving Britney the tools to get better."

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Britney Spears' Conservator Is "Concentrated on Giving Her the Tools to Get Better" | PEOPLE
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