Britney Spears’ mother, is pleased with Jamie Spears’ out of his conservatorship.
“Lynne Spears is delighted Jamie has decided to stand down,” Gladstone N Jones III, the 66-year-attorney, old’s said in a statement to Us Weekly on Thursday, August 12. “Lynne filed for conservatorship about three years ago to safeguard her kid. She has completed the task she set out to complete. She won’t say anything else.”
“I plan to cooperate with the court and his daughter’s new counsel to arrange for an orderly transfer to a new conservator,” he added. Jamie “does not feel a public struggle with his daughter over his ongoing duty as her conservator would be in her best interests,” according to the documents.
“Mr. Spears is willing to stand aside when the time is right,” the petition added, “but the transfer must be orderly and involve the settlement of matters now before the Court.”
Jamie returned as co-conservator for his daughter’s estate after briefly standing down as Britney’s sole conservator in September 2019 due to health concerns — the job was taken over by Britney’s health manager, Jodi Montgomery. Montgomery continued on as the singer’s personal conservator.
Britney asked that her father be fired from his position permanently the following year. During a hearing earlier this year, she spoke out about her treatment under the conservatorship, which has been in effect since 2008.
“My father and anybody engaged in this conservatorship and my management who had a significant role in punishing me — they should all be in jail,” Britney stated in June, adding that she has been “trying to be so sweet and pretty” for her father, who “works me so hard” with no consequences.
Jamie’s lawyer, Vivian Thoreen, read a statement on his behalf during a break in the June hearing. “He is sorry to see his daughter in such distress,” the message said.
Britney’s new attorney, Mathew Rosengart, filed paperwork last month demanding that CPA Jason Rubin take over as Britney’s financial advisor.
In the same month, Montgomery submitted her own paperwork, indicating that she and Britney’s medical team supported Jamie’s removal and Rubin’s appointment as the new conservator.
The filings add, “Ms. Montgomery respectfully observes that Ms. Spears’ medical team believes that Mr. Spears being and being Conservator of the Estate is not in the best interest of the Conservatee.” “Ms. Montgomery thinks that granting the Removal Petition and removing Mr. Spears and replacing him as Conservator of the Estate with Mr. Rubin, as sought in the Appointment Petition, is in Ms. Spears’ best interests.”
In a statement acquired by Us in July, Lynne appeared to support her daughter’s choice to have a new individual fill her father’s years-long position.
Lynne wrote in the documents, “I became involved in this conservatorship because I wanted to ensure that everything in my daughter’s life was handled in the best interests of my daughter the conservatee, which I did not believe at the time (and still do not believe today) to be the case,” claiming that her ex-husband has tried to maintain “absolute control” over Britney’s life for the past 13 years.
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