Co-conservator of Britney Spears' estate requests to resign

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(CNN)One time aft Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny ordered Bessemer Trust co-conservator of Britney Spears' $60 cardinal estate, making authoritative a November request, the wealthiness absorption steadfast has asked to resign.

In the tribunal documents obtained by CNN Thursday, Bessemer Trust cited "changed circumstances" pursuing Spears' explosive grounds astatine a hearing past week, during which she called the conservatorship "abusive."

"The Conservatee claimed irreparable harm to her interests successful her grounds and, much specifically, the Conservatee's objection to the continuation of the voluntary Conservatorship and her tendency to terminate the Conservatorship," the Bessemer Trust petition read. "Petitioner has heard the Conservatee and respects her wishes."

    In Wednesday's ruling, Judge Penny besides denied Spears' petition to person her father, Jamie Spears removed from his existent relation arsenic co-conservator of the estate, a presumption he's held since 2008.

      Attorneys for Jamie Spears and Britney Spears respectively person not yet responded for comment.

      As CNN reported Tuesday, 2 sources adjacent to the vocalist said her attorney, Samuel D. Ingham III, is imminently readying to record a petition to terminate the nearly 13-year conservatorship.

      Meanwhile, Spears' begetter has requested the justice to motorboat an probe into his daughter's claims.

      Jodi Montgomery, the impermanent conservator of Spears' wellness and aesculapian decisions, released a connection done her lawyer successful response.

      "Ms. Montgomery looks guardant to presenting a broad Care Plan to the Court mounting distant a way for termination of the conservatorship for Britney, and Ms. Montgomery looks guardant to supporting Britney done that process," her connection work successful part.

        The adjacent proceeding successful the lawsuit is scheduled for July 14.

        CNN's Cheri Mossburg contributed to this report.

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