Britney Spears' medical team agree her father Jamie should be removed
Britney Spears’ medical team ‘agree her father Jamie Spears should be removed as conservator’… after she called him ‘threatening’ and ‘scary’
- Britney’s care manager Jodi Montgomery claims the singer’s doctors agree Jamie Spears should be removed as her conservator
- The 39-year-old singer’s medical team believe it’s in her ‘best interests’ that Jamie, 68, no longer controls her affairs, legal docs say
- Earlier this week, Britney called her father Jamie ‘threatening’ and ‘scary’ in new court filings that request he be replaced as the conservator
Britney Spears’ doctors and medical team agree that her father Jamie Spears should be removed as her conservator, it has been claimed.
Wanting out: According to a new report Britney Spears’ medical team want Jamie out
Britney’s co-conservator and care manager Jodi Montgomery made the claim in new legal documents, obtained by TMZ, agreeing with the 39-year-old singer that Jamie, 68, should no longer have control over his daughter’s life.
The report claims that in the documents, Britney’s medical team believe it’s in her ‘best interests’ that Jamie is removed, and that Jodi approves of her choice to have Jason Rubin appointed as the new conservator.
The report suggests that if medical doctors and therapists believe Jamie is ‘tormenting’ Britney, then it could be enough for a judge to axe him from the conservatorship.
Earlier this week, Britney called her father Jamie ‘threatening’ and ‘scary’ in new court filings that request he be replaced as the conservator of her estate.
The pop star’s lawyer Matt Rosengart has filed a motion to have Jamie removed and have Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Jason Rubin appointed in his place.
The new legal documents accuse Jamie of making his daughter’s life hell, and describe her current situation as ‘traumatizing, insane and depressing’ while also painting a portrait of a financially irresponsible conservator, according to TMZ.
Enough is enough: Britney Spears’ doctors and medical team ‘agree father Jamie Spears should be removed as her conservator’ according to a new report
Meanwhile, a source has claimed to The Sun that Spears wants the new conservator to ‘investigate’ Jamie as ‘money is missing’ from her $60M fortune.
New guy: Spears’ lawyer Matt Rosengart has requested CPA Jason Rubin be appointed as conservator of her estate
‘She has made millions that her attorney believes are unaccounted for and Britney doesn’t know where it went,’ an insider tells the outlet.
Meanwhile, Britney’s lawyer Matt Rosengart has requested Rubin, who practices out of Southern California, be appointed as conservator of her estate, citing his experience in handling financial and elder abuse cases in the past.
Certified Public Accountants offer financial statement audits and other attestation services to help inform investors about the financial health of organizations.
They also provide individuals and families with valuable knowledge and advice on taxes and financial planning.
If the request is granted, Rubin would be given financial authority to manage Britney’s estate and assets as well as the powers of attorney to make health care decisions.
On her side: Britney’s co-conservator and care manager Jodi Montgomery (right) made the claim in new legal documents agreeing that Jamie, 68, should no longer have control
In the past, Britney’s health care decisions have been the purview of Britney’s co-conservator Jodi Montgomery.
Jodi was brought on to co-manage Britney’s affairs in September 2019, when Jamie became ill and has remained in charge of Britney’s personal affairs, working as her ‘care manager’, while Jamie controls her fortune.
The damning court docs depict Jamie as an incompetent financial manager, saying his family ‘struggled financially under his leadership and filed for bankruptcy in 1998.’
This is despite the fact he earned millions off of his daughters tours and concert residencies, with the document estimate Jamie raked in $2.1million from his cut of her Vegas residency alone.
Damaging: Lynne Spears, Britney’s mother and Jamie´sex-wife, said Jamie’s ‘microscopic control’ over her health care and business decisions in a key period in 2018 and 2019 was especially damaging (pictured with Jamie in 2012)
Furthermore, Britney’s legal team said her relationship with Jamie is ‘venomous’ and ‘it impairs Ms. Spears’s mental health, her well-being, and her ability to pursue and continue with her extraordinary career.’
Rosengart states in the documents: ‘Any father who genuinely loves his daughter and has her best interests at heart should willingly step aside in favor of the highly respected professional fiduciary nominated here.’
Lynne Spears, Britney´s mother and Jamie’s ex-wife, said in a declaration supporting Rosengart´s filing that his ‘microscopic control’ over her health care and business decisions in a key period in 2018 and 2019 was especially damaging.
She stated: ‘Such scrutiny is exhausting and terrifying, like living in custody’.
Improvement: Rosengart’s new filings contend while Britney’ may have needed the support and oversight of a conservatorship 13 years ago, her mental health has improved since (pictured in 2017)
At a July 14 hearing, Jamie’s attorney Vivian Thoreen said he would not be stepping down and he has only ever been motivated by his daughter´s best interests.
Thoreen said Britney had many inaccurate beliefs, among them that ‘her father is responsible for all the bad things that have happened to her.’
Judge Brenda Penny gave Britney permission to hire an attorney of her choice at that hearing, when for the second straight time the singer publicly assailed the conservatorship that has been in place since 2008, breaking into tears as she described the ‘cruelty’ it subjected her to.
‘My dad needs to be removed today,’ she said, adding that she would like to see him charged with abusing his position.
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