As if we didn’t have enough with the trial between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp, it seems that now you could prepare us for a new confrontation between Britney Spears and her father.
That’s right, the singer seems to have not forgotten everything that happened during the 13 years in which she was under the control of her father and where a lot of money ended up in the hands of Jamie Spears and not the artist.
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People magazine was the one who announced that the interpreter’s lawyers filed a motion to force Jamie to testify because according to them the man has not yet appeared for his statement since he was first notified on October 20, 2021 by court documents.
“Jamie also failed to meet any of at least eight previous dates offered for a deposition the filing alleges. Mr. Spears can run, but he cannot hide forever from his legal and fiduciary obligations,” wrote Britney’s attorney, Mathew S. Rosengart.
He also assured that after using his daughter’s money to finance his fees, he will now have to do it on his own.
“After using his daughter’s money for more than 13 years to fund his legal fees and expenses, for the first time, Mr. Spears will now have to pay his own legal fees,” added the defender of the singer.
And it is noteworthy that in December, Jamie requested that Britney’s estate make payments to her legal team a little more than a month after her conservatorship ended, a request that Rosengart described as “embarrassing”.
Among other accusations against his father is that of “obstruction” for more than six months and dodging his plea which would include being asked several questions about how he handled Britney’s money while overseeing her conservatorship for 13 years.
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He is also accused of failing to deliver communications about the shocking electronic surveillance device created to spy on his daughter.
“Her father Jamie ran a corrupt and fractious conservatorship and took $6.3 million from his daughter “while paying his associates tens of millions more,” points to the document.