According to reports, the pop princess is fed up with the problems she has with her dad involved in her life — and is prepared to lay out all the issues with the judge.
As you know, Jamie has been Britney’s conservator for over a decade, and just recently was reduced to a role as just a co-conservator of her estate.
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Apparently, Britney is at full-blown WAR with her father and has almost no interaction with him anymore. The problems reportedly stem back from days of her growing up when Jamie wasn’t present in her life.
As we reported, the singer wants her father OUT of the conservatorship and it appears she may be preparing to ask for him to be removed completely.
Remember, at this point, Jamie is still involved in Britney’s businesses including her finances. At the moment, the business mainly consists of licensing and merchandise, so there isn’t that much going on.
Plus, Britney’s father is paying himself $16,000 a month through the case as her conservator.
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Britney Spears has not formally asked to end the conservatorship, but it may be on the table for the pop star and the judge to discuss.
As for the #FreeBritney movement followers, it’s possible this is the first step towards complete freedom in this case. But, she hasn’t shown an interest in performing yet, considering she won’t do it while Jamie is still in the picture. It’s unclear if she will hit the stage once he is out of her business affairs.
Britney isn’t the only one at WAR with her father, Lynne Spears is also battling her ex-husband.
We broke the story, Jamie Spears accused Britney’s mother of “exploiting” their daughter by writing a tell-all book which he says used her pain for personal profit.
In the legal filing, Jamie alleges Lynne is “the one who exploited her daughter’s pain and trauma for personal profit by publishing a book.”
Unfortunately for Jamie, all signs point towards Britney supporting her mother on this one, and it might also be part of the discussion with the judge. Most likely, most of the hearing will be sealed to the public, but we will be reporting any major movements in the case.