Britney Spears’ Conservatorship is Ending. For Real This Time. (Maybe.)

The Superficial | October 4, 2010 - 12:11 pm

Seen here demonstrating what happens when someone forgets to padlock the markers, Britney Spears met with the judge overseeing her conservatorship Thursday morning who is considering setting her free in three months even though the same exact thing was said over a year ago. RadarOnline reports:

“Judge Goetz needed to meet with Britney and talk to her face-to-face, to see how she was doing,” said the source.
“It’s one thing to read medical reports about her, but the in-person meeting was very important.
“Britney’s court-appointed attorney, Sam Imgham was the only other person in chambers during the 35-minute meeting Judge Goetz also met with Britney’s father, Jamie separately, as well as with Brit’s therapist.”
It will be the judge’s decision if and when to end the conservatorship and while Judge Goetz is carefully considering all the facts, the source said the singer should expect the conservatorship to end in three months.

Granted, this is the same legal system that declared Lindsay Lohan is not a drug addict then set her free to run over children with her car, I want you guys to join me for a little experiment that might offend some people even though I’m 70% positive it almost makes a valid point:

Take a look at the person closest to you with Down syndrome – respectfully. Now try to convince yourself in three months this individual will suddenly be able to drive a car, have unsupervised custody of two children and not occasionally give into the urge to flash his/her genitals in public because their hormones are the equivalent of changing into the Incredible Hulk; You never who know what the fuck.

I rest my case.

Photos: Fame