Britney Spears’ Conservatorship Virtual Hearing Postponed Due to Four Unauthorized Individuals Accessing the Video Link

Britney Spears‘ conservatorship hearing has been postponed.

The 38-year-old Glory pop icon’s virtual court hearing, which was set to happen Wednesday (July 22), was postponed after four individuals “illegally accessed the court’s digital video link system,” The Blast reported Thursday (July 23).

The individuals “refused to leave…popping back up several times after being ordered by the judge to exit the system,” the outlet reports of the case, held within the Los Angeles courtroom system.

The individuals were “not authorized to listen in the private hearing, and the judge was forced to stop the proceedings….several individuals who were present inside the courtroom originally stated once leaving that Britney herself was having ‘technical difficulties’ joining the hearing. We’re told that is not the case. The issue is the judge was unable to continue the hearing once the four people were able to access the video link.”

The judge was “frustrated with the situation” and decided to push back the hearing until August.

“LACourtConnect is not authorized for use by anyone other than litigants and attorneys and others involved in a case – it is not authorized for media use,” a spokesperson of the L.A courts told The Blast.

“We understand that some media representatives were able to access the system yesterday. The Court is preparing an advisory to clear up any misunderstanding or misinformation about the use of the remote appearance technology.”

According to The Blast‘s sources, one of the people was a “documentary filmmaker.”

Britney‘s brother, Bryan Spears, just spoke about the #FreeBritney movement amid concerns regarding Britney‘s conservatorship case.

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