Britney Spears dances with husband Sam Asghari to ‘island music’ … as it’s learned she will not be deposed in upcoming case
- The Grammy-winning singer, 41, was seen in clip dancing with spouse, 28
- The couple appeared to be in a tropical setting on a holiday vacation
- Singer will not have to be deposed in father’s conservatorship abuse case, appellate court affirmed this month
Britney Spears was seen dancing with her husband Sam Asghari in a clip the actor posted to Instagram on Sunday.
Asghari, 28 – who defended his wife’s social media activity last week – captioned the clip, ‘Island music.’
In it, he and the Grammy-winning singer, 41, were seen romantically dancing to a percussion beat with a tropical locale in the backdrop.
The latest: Britney Spears, 41, was seen dancing with her husband Sam Asghari, 28, in a clip the actor posted to Instagram on Sunday
The …Baby One More Time artist appeared to be wearing a black skirt with red highlights, while Asghari wore a black T-shirt with black shorts.
The Oops!… I Did It Again vocalist appeared to be having a pleasant holiday vacation amid news that she will not have to testify in the ongoing conservator abuse case surrounding her father Jamie Spears.
In the case, which is being held in Los Angeles County Superior Court, an appeal Jaime and his legal team had made on the matter was denied.
The singer’s lawyer Mathew Rosengart told Dailymail.com in a statement that his camp was ‘pleased, but not surprised’ at the court’s decision to deny Jamie’s motion to compel the songstress giving a deposition and submitting documents related to the ongoing case.
The Oops!… I Did It Again vocalist waved her arms in the air while on the excursion
The …Baby One More Time artist appeared to be wearing a black skirt with red highlights, while Asghari wore a black T-shirt with black shorts
The pop star and her husband appeared to be having a wonderful time on the outing
Rosengart said that Jamie and his legal team engaged in ‘baseless, improper, and offensive efforts to take Britney’s deposition’ in their appeal to the decision made by Judge Brenda Penny on July 27, 2022.
‘By denying the appeal “in full” as to Britney’s deposition, the court of appeal order makes clear that it will not happen,’ Rosengart said. ‘As we have maintained all along, their motion to compel was both legally meritless and morally abominable and Mr. Spears and his lawyers’ bullying and harassment should, at long last, cease.
‘They have abused the process, been rebuked by the Court, and they should move on.’
The singer had ample reason to celebrate, as it was learned an appeals court denied her father Jamie’s efforts for her to be deposed in his ongoing conservatorship abuse case
The singer’s lawyer Mathew Rosengart told Dailymail.com in a statement that his camp was ‘pleased, but not surprised’ at the court’s decision to deny Jamie’s motion to compel the songstress giving a deposition and submitting documents related to the ongoing case
In June, Jamie’s attorney Alex Weingarten called for the Hold Me Closer artist to be deposed over the ‘incendiary allegations of various factual matters’ that she had made via social media about Jamie’s actions during his 13-year stint at the head of the conservatorship, which was ended in November of 2021.
Judge Penny in July had ruled that Britney’s testimony was not an essential factor for Jaime to mount his defense in the case, and that pertinent information relating to such issues can be gotten from separate witnesses, as well as documents, TMZ reported after reviewing legal docs in the case.
Jamie’s legal team had argued that he would not be able to effectively vindicate himself of allegations made by Britney and Rosengart without deposing the pop star.
Rosengart told the court that Britney has been traumatized by her father and his longtime handling of the conservatorship, and that a deposition would only add to the trauma she has experienced.