• The conservatorship came into effect in 2008
  • Britney Spears spent $91,242.01 on travel in 2019
  • She spent nearly $1 million on residential expenses last year 

New court documents regarding Britney Spears' ongoing conservatorship revealed the pop star’s legal team received over $1 million last year.

The conservatorship, which came into effect in 2008, forbids the singer from spending her own money, driving and getting married without her conservator’s consent. Her father, Jamie Spears, was named the permanent conservator of her affairs. However, in September last year, he temporarily stepped down from the role citing "personal health reasons." Following that, the singer’s care manager, Jodi Montgomery, took his position till January this year.

According to court documents obtained by E! News, Britney paid her legal team a combined $1,202,504.30 last year and her father earned $128,000. The pop star received weekly allowance which she could spend at her discretion.

The documents stated she spent $91,242.01 on travel and nearly $1 million on residential expenses.

Meanwhile, Britney's fans started the FreeBritney movement to reverse conservatorship.

Jamie said in an interview expense reports are filed every year which proves he isn’t stealing from his daughter.

"I have to report every nickel and dime spent to the court every year. How the hell would I steal something. It’s up to the court of California to decide what’s best for my daughter. It’s no one else’s business," he said.

Reports recently stated Britney's lawyers aren’t happy with the singer’s mother and siblings giving interviews "that would sway public support to end" her conservatorship.

"Britney’s lawyers aren’t happy the family is going public with comments about how she feels about it and hopes for the future of being free," the source told U.S. Weekly.

Recently, the pop star's brother, Bryan, revealed she "wanted to get out of" the conservatorship.

"She's been in this thing for quite some time now. Obviously there was a need for it in the beginning," he told in the July 23 episode of the "As Not Seen on TV" podcast.

"It's very frustrating to have. Whether someone's coming in peace to help or coming in with an attitude, having someone constantly tell you to do something has got to be frustrating," he explained.

He went on to say that the conservatorship was "a great thing for our family."

"We kind of came together and not everybody agreed with it either; everyone had their own opinion like, maybe we should do it this way or that way. But at the end I think we made the right choice," he said in the interview.

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Britney Spears attends the 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, on April 12, 2018. Getty Images/VALERIE MACON