In response to Britney Spears ‘curator of her person, Jodi Montgomery, asking that Spears’ estate pay for security following death threats she allegedly received amid increasing media coverage – Jamie Spears, her father , is now lobbying the court that he too has been the target of threats despite his opposition to the estate covering Montgomery’s security costs.
According to court documents obtained by Fox News on Thursday, the 69-year-old is very concerned about the situation that has been developing for many months and the dangerous rhetoric that has been circulating for some time regarding the guardianship.
Jamie is well aware of the growing number of threatening communications and social media posts to various people involved in the guardianship, which are now apparently targeting Ms Montgomery now.
Today, the Patriarch claims that he too has been the subject of countless continuing threats, not just recently, but for years. So Jamie said he understands well the challenges inherent in his position as curator and the work he does on behalf of his daughter.
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However, Jamie disagrees and opposes Montgomery’s request for 24/7 live security services for herself at a cost of over $ 50,000 per month for the Conservatorship. Estate for an indefinite period. The pop star’s father does not believe that such an expense is reasonable, necessary, or an appropriate expense of the Guardianship estate.
Earlier this week, Spears’ attorney Samuel Ingham filed court documents to step down as an attorney after 13 years.
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The news came on the heels of the pop star’s longtime manager Larry Rudolph, who also stepped down on Monday after Spears expressed his desire to take an indefinite break and amid constant finger points between the team. conservation of Spears.
In a letter to Jamie Spears and court-appointed curator Jodi Montgomery on Monday, Deadline reported that Rudolph officially tendered his resignation.
Rudolph has been Britney’s manager for most of her career, including her rise to the top in the mid-1990s.
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“It was over two and a half years since Britney and I last communicated, when she informed me that she wanted to take an indefinite break from work,” Rudolph wrote. “Earlier today I learned that Britney has expressed her intention to officially retire.”
The letter continues: “As you know, I was never a part of the Guardianship or its operations, so I’m not aware of many of these details. I was originally hired at Britney’s request. to help manage and assist her in her career. And as a manager, I think it’s in Britney’s best interests that I resign from her team as my professional services are no longer needed. “
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Spears’ co-curator Bessemer Trust also left ship to oversee and help the artist’s career and finances following a judge’s refusal of his request to remove his father, Jamie, from being conservative and dissolve a legal arrangement they established in 2008.