Britney Spears' fiancé Sam Asghari vows to 'take care' of her after engagement as dad Jamie's removed as conservator

BRITNEY Spears' fiancé Sam Asghari has vowed to take care of the pop star after the couple got engaged last month.

Sam's comments came after Britney's dad Jamie Spears was removed as her conservator, beginning the process of her conservatorship being terminated completely.

Sam, 27, posted his response to a fan's comment on Friday.

"Take care of our girl" the fan wrote, tagging Sam along with a kiss emoji and peace sign.

Sam shared his response on Instagram, writing: "I got you America along with a flexing muscle emoji, winky face and prayer hands.

In the next post he used a world emoji with an asterisk, making sure to address Britney's global fans.

It comes after Britney won a huge legal victory this week as her father Jamie, 69, was removed as her conservator after 13 years.

The move means that Britney will have more freedom over her personal life, and can now make big life decisions, including taking big steps with her boyfriend of more than five years.

Britney and Sam got engaged last month, with the Iranian fitness model presenting the singer with a 4-carat round brilliant cut diamond ring from Forever Diamonds NY.

The Toxic hitmaker announced the news on Instagram, writing: "I can’t f***ing believe it!!"

During Wednesday's court hearing, Jamie was removed from his daughter's conservatorship as the judge granted his suspension.


While speaking in court, Judge Brenda Penny said: "Based on what I read in the filings, and I read everything. I do believe the suspension of Jamie Spears is in the best interest of Britney Spears.

"The current situation is unattainable. The court finds the toxic environment Jamie Spears has created needs to be removed today."

Following the judge's decision, a temporary conservator has been put in Jamie's place for about a month.

Britney's attorney Mathew Rosengart had been aggressively pushing for the ousting of her father while in court.


Mathew argued: "What Britney Spears wants – what she needs is – her father gone today- suspended- out of her life, a temporary conservator appointed for 30-45 days at which point we demand the conservatorship be terminated that day."

Jamie, who first sought the conservatorship in 2008 and has been its primary overseer ever since, had filed a petition to end it altogether but wanted it on his terms, which Mathew said would drag out the process.

Mathew argued that Jamie wanted it terminated so he wouldn't have to hand over his files, leaving him open to an investigation into his handling of Britney's finances.

Instead, Britney's team pushed for a suspension, meaning Jamie would have to hand over everything. On Wednesday they were successful.

The next hearing is expected to place on November 12, where the parties are scheduled to discuss the next steps in the termination of the conservatorship entirely.


Britney raised eyebrows when she posted some racy nude photos on Instagram just one day after her latest victory in the conservatorship legal battle.

She got completely naked while posing in a bathroom but was accused of "blatantly photoshopping" the snaps.

Many pointed out that the tub had clearly curved lines and appeared distorted, often a sign that a photo has been retouched.

But Britney ignored the backlash as she posted an idyllic montage of her and Sam's vacation in "paradise".

The video – set to Prince's song Cream – began with a shot of a luxurious pool looking out on a white sandy beach lined with palm trees.

It then cut to Britney and Sam sitting on a boat taking them out to sea and beaming for the camera.

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