Jamie Spears claims his daughter Britney spearscourt-appointed curator Jodi Montgomery and her lawyer Samuel Ingham III are the ones who did not give her the freedom to make her own choices about medical and personal care during her 13 years guardianship.
In new court documents obtained by Fox News, Jamie, 68, argued on Monday that he had no authority over Spears’ personal care and medical desires following his explosive claims made in court on the 23rd. June. He claimed he had no authority because Montgomery “has served continuously as Ms. Spears’ sole registrar since September 2019 and continues to serve in that capacity.”
Ms. Montgomery was fully responsible for the personal care and medical treatment of Ms. Spears during the consultations with Mr. Ingham – and which consultations specifically excluded Mr. Spears. Mr. Spears was therefore very saddened to learn of his daughter’s difficulties. and suffering, and he believes there must be an investigation into these allegations, “the court documents continue.
Jamie is now asking for an evidentiary hearing so that the court can determine whether or not Ingham III’s motion to name Montgomery is appropriate or not. He also claimed that Britney’s claims in court last week – the most damning that she was prevented from removing an IUD – left him worried.
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“On September 9, 2019, Mr. Spears relinquished his powers of personal curator in favor of Ms. Montgomery. Unlike Ms Montgomery and Mr Ingham, Mr Spears does not speak or meet with Ms Spears’ medical team, and he is not authorized and has no opportunity to provide information about medical treatment, the her daughter’s current diagnosis or therapy. Mr. Spears also does not participate in Ms. Spears ‘personal affairs with her, nor does he discuss matters with her, such as matters relating to these are matters within Ms. Montgomery’s purview as Ms. Spears’ person curator, and matters Ms Spears presumably is discussing with her court-appointed attorney, Mr Ingham, “Jamie’s case continues.
Additionally, Jamie claimed Britney had not “signed or verified” a petition filed by her attorney to name Montgomery as his personal registrar.
The famous father added that he was forbidden to communicate with the singer of “Toxic”, 39 years old.
“Mr. Spears is simply not involved in decisions related to personal care or Ms. Spears’ reproductive issues. Additionally, Mr. Spears is unable to hear and respond directly to his daughter’s concerns as he does not could not communicate with her.
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Jamie further claims that Ingham “incorrectly” communicated to the court that “her daughter’s inability to consent to any form of medical treatment was determined by an order filed” on October 10, 2014.
“But there was no such conclusion, and there is no such order,” says Jamie. “Nonetheless, based on this false premise, Mr. Ingham requests and orders the Court to withdraw Ms. Spears’ right to give informed consent for her own medical treatment.”
Despite the recent lack of communication with Britney, Jamie claimed he “has conscientiously served in various curatorial roles for over thirteen years on behalf of his daughter, whom he loves unconditionally.”
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Following her daughter’s testimony in court on June 23, Jamie says it is “not clear whether it is appropriate for Ms Montgomery to fulfill this role or for that matter, whether the continued guardianship of the Ms. Spears’ person is appropriate “.
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On June 23, Spears made a passionate plea in a Los Angeles court to end her long-standing control over her life. The singer claimed that under her tutelage she is prevented from marrying and withdraw her contraceptive to have more children.
“I want changes and I want changes for the future,” Spears ordered in court in his speech. The star added that she did not want to be assessed to determine if she had regained her mental abilities.
“My family didn’t do anything godly,” she fumed. “All I had to do [my dad] was the one who approved everything. My whole family didn’t do anything. “
Spears and Montgomery’s attorney did not immediately return Fox News’ requests for comment.