The father of Britney Spears asked the pop star’s estate to pay a huge amount of legal fees.
According to Entertainment Tonight, in a recent statement submitted by Jamie Spears’ lawyer, the 39-year-old “toxic” singer’s father asked her to pay nearly $2 million in estate expenses.
In addition, Fox News confirmed that Jamie also seeks compensation for his time as the protector of his daughter from November 1, 2019 to February 28, 2021. The court document stated that as of October 31, 2019, his time as a custodian has been approved.
“I am authorized and allowed to receive compensation for services as the protector of the estate of Britney Jean Spears through my personal service company Spears Management, Inc., at a monthly cost of $1
Britney Spears said that after watching part of the recording of “Structure Britney Spears”, she “cried for two weeks”
The court document followed Britney’s lawyer and formally requested that Jodi Montgomery be her permanent protector. Britney, through her lawyer, also asked Jamie to resign completely, and cited the work done well on behalf of Montgomery. Montgomery is Spears’ performance music custodian, and Jamie temporarily resigned in 2019 due to “health reasons”.
Currently, both Jamie and Bessemer Trust are responsible for managing Spears’ property, which includes all of her financial decisions. Jamie will have the opportunity to oppose any petition and will He was completely removed from the position of co-depositary.
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Last month, David Glass was a certified family law lawyer and doctorate. The doctor of clinical psychology who was not involved in the proceedings said that if Montgomery participated in the show, the possible move would be a “big improvement” for Montgomery.
“[Montgomery] It is the person who personally decides medical treatment and the need for bodyguards. Does she need to see a therapist? In addition to the financial issues of the personnel involved, various things. “Glass explained.
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Britney’s music protection has aroused public debate in recent years, because supporters of the “Free Britney Spears” movement habitually shout in support of the rising star. In addition, on the day of Britney’s music protection hearing, They are all camping outside the court.
The New York Times documentary “Framing Britney Spears” was released in February, renewing public interest in the case. This week, Britney broke her silence on the documentary, admitting that although she hadn’t watched it, the clips she did see made her cry for “two weeks.”