BRITNEY Spears' ex "manager" has apologized for "failing her and. understands if she hates me' ahead of today's conservatorship hearing.
Britney's former manager Sam, 46, admitted on Twitter that he was "so sorry" for "failing" his ex-client.
Sam revealed that he had been "listening to" the pop star's previous "court recording."
The former manager tweeted: "if she hates me after she's free I won't blame her… I failed her, I was supposed to protect her from all this."
"I let her down and we both paid dearly for it – – head in hands."
Last year, Sam admitted to The New Yorker that Britney found ways to get around the conservatorship's strict rules.
'PHONES OF STRANGERS'
The Toxic singer allegedly used the phones of strangers to contact her friends and allies.
Even though he had a five-year restraining order put on him by Britney's team, Sam confessed that Britney managed to find ways to reach out to him.
He said: "I'll go years without contact.
"And then I'll get a call every once in a while from her in a closet."
Sam added: "Last time she called me, she was at Ralphs, in Calabasas.
'BRITNEY BORROWED MY PHONE'
"After she hung up, I got a call from the same number – it's an Asian doctor, who says, 'Wow, this is surreal, Britney just borrowed my phone.'
"Five years ago, she borrowed a phone at the gym and just made off with it."
Recently, a source close to Britney's new lawyer Matthew Rosengart claimed that he was "confident" that he would be able to free her from her situation.
The insider alleged: “He’s absolutely confident he will get Britney out of this mess. He would not have taken this case if he wasn’t positive they’d win.
"He knows it’s going to be a challenge but he fully believes they have enough evidence to prove Britney no longer needs a conservatorship.
"He has been intensely preparing for today’s hearing and is ready to make some moves to get this process started. To him and Britney, it’s now a matter of when, not if."
During Britney's first court date, the I'm A Slave 4 You singer delivered a powerful testimony about her "abusive" conservatorship and how her father, Jamie, and the others involved should be "sued" for her mistreatment.
Even though the judge ruled in the father's favor, the 39-year-old music star made bold claims about how she felt "enslaved" by both her father and her other conservators.
The pop star's conservatorship will be discussed once more on Wednesday, July 14th in order to address the further petitions against her appointed guardianship.
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