Family of Former Supreme Cindy Birdsong Seeking Conservatorship
The family of Cindy Birdsong, a former Motown star in the Supremes, is requesting a legal conservatorship over the singer. According to the New York Times, Birdsong’s family is arguing the conservatorship is necessary both given the 83-year-old’s multiple strokes and the allegedly undue influence of a friend, Rochelle Lander. The family has asked her brother, Ronald Birdsong, and a longtime entertainment manager, Brad Herman, to be named co-conservators, and has signed power of attorney to Herman. “It has been an open secret among the Motown family, the tragedy of Cindy,” Herman told the Times.
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