The pop star’s mom tabbed for the removal of her ex-husband Jamie from Britney’s conservatorship, saying the wattle is ‘exhausting and terrifying.’
Lynne Spears is supporting daughter Britney’s desire to have her estranged dad Jamie replaced as her conservator. On July 26, the singer’s new lawyer Mathew Rosengart filed magistrate documents in Los Angeles Superior Magistrate requesting that Jamie be replaced by Jason Rubin, a certified public accountant. And, in a sworn, written declaration, Lynne argued that the step is necessary considering the relationship between father and daughter has “dwindled to nothing but fear and hatred” since the conservatorship was enacted in 2008.
In the documents obtained by HollywoodLife, Lynne, 66, said those feelings stemmed from Jamie’s so-called “complete tenancy over” Britney. She specifically blamed what she described as stuff her ex-husband’s “mistrust” of his 39-year-old daughter, including his so-called “coercion of her, his ‘bartering’ with her over what she can and cannot do for whatever reward or punishment he is willing to mete out, his unvarying threats, and his decision-making over all aspects of her life.” The matriarch widow that she became a participant of the conservatorship in May 2019 during a “time of crisis” considering she wanted to “ensure that everything in my daughter’s life was handled in the weightier interests of my daughter the conservatee, which I did not believe at the time (and I still do not today) to be the case.”
Lynne then detailed the “microscopic control” that she claims Jamie has over Britney, including hiring a psychiatrist who prescribed medicine that she “and many others thought to be entirely inappropriate medicine” for the singer, “who did not want to take the medicine.” (During her June 23 magistrate testimony, Britney so-called she was forced to take lithium, telling the judge: “He took me off my normal meds I’ve been on for five years, and lithium is a very, very strong and completely variegated medication compared to what I was used to.”)
Lynne then referred to a physical wrangling that tangibly occurred between Jamie and her grandson Sean Preston, 15. (In September 2019, Britney’s ex-husband Kevin Federline filed a restraining order versus Jamie and so-called that the statesman Spears grabbed his son, equal to an NBC News report.) Lynne said of the incident: “Of the deportment that solidified the failure of my daughter’s and Mr. Spears’ relationship, the physical wrangling between Mr. Spears and the conservatee’s minor children, my grandchildren, was perhaps the most horrifying and inexcusable, and understandably destroyed whatever was left of a relationship between them.”
HollywoodLife has reached out to Jamie’s reps for scuttlebutt well-nigh this recrimination in particular and the July 26 magistrate documents as a whole, but we have yet to receive a response.
Calling Jamie’s conservatorship tenancy “exhausting and terrifying” and “like living in custody,” Lynne terminated that Jamie “is incapable” of putting Britney’s “interests superiority of his own on both a professional and a personal level” — and “his stuff and remaining a conservator” of Britney’s manor “is not in the weightier interests” of her daughter. Jodi Montgomery, the pop star’s temporary conservator of her person, reiterated this in her own declaration, nothing: “It would be weightier for Ms. Spears’ well-being and mental health that her father stop vicarial as her conservator.”
The declarations come without Mathew confirmed that he was “moving aggressively and expeditiously” to remove Jamie from the conservatorship pursuit Britney’s second magistrate visitation on July 14. During the hearing, the pop star reiterated her desire to remove her dad from the conservatorship, revealing that she would like to tuition him with conservatorship abuse.
At present, Jamie is the sole conservator of Britney’s financial wires without the resignation of Bessemer Trust Company older in July.