No you misunderstand. She was bipolar not suicidal for for four years.
I think it's more than conservatorship in CA is a horrible mess. I am pretty sure everything that has happened is legal. But it's unethical and the law needs to change to make unethical behavior illegal.
This is the reason her dad has been fighting so hard. Now that he has been suspended, all of the business papers and dealings have to be turned over. They will be investigated by the new temporary conservator of the estate (not the person) and forensic accounting team. Then we will know the real of who was getting what. The legal experts are saying that the first thing that will happen is that her dad is going to be responsible for a mountain of bills including his own.My concerns are more around the allegations in the latest documentary - particularly if her father/co conservators were monitoring her communications with her lawyer. I don't think that would ever be legal in any circumstances conservatorship or not.
I also would like someone to pour over the accounts and work out why marketing fees aimed at painting her dad in a better light to the media and defending the conservatorship were somehow dressed up as legal fees that Britney had to pay for.
It sounds to me like they've all been dipping into Britney's money and using it in the name of the conservatorship and I wonder how much of that was genuinely authorised or how much is actual fraud.
Losing might work but the banks will have the originals. Also, if they submit fake ones, they could get into SO. MUCH. TROUBLE if they get caught. It's much easier to come up with a justification for the expenses. Even if the justification gets denied, it's not as bad as if they commit outright fraud.How easy will it be for her dad (et al) to hide their accounting details? I'm just wondering if they will 'lose' documents, or be able to pass off fake ones?