As we reported last week, Jamie asked the court to step down as Britney’s conservator after stating its for “personal health reasons.”
However, it appears the real reason Jamie wants out is because he is currently under investigation for child abuse for allegedly “violently” shaking one of Britney and Federline’s sons.
As The Blast first reported, Kevin filed a police report against Jaime after he said the boy’s grandfather broke down a door and “grabbed and violently shook” the 13-year-old.
The case was turned over to the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office for possible criminal charges.
In court Monday morning, Jamie Spears will be asking a judge to allow Jodi Montgomery to be made temporary conservator for Britney.
According to Jaime, Jodi has been a care giver for Britney for many years and doesn’t think anyone will oppose his request. His filing claims Britney is also on board with the change.
Federline’s attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan is in court to represent Kevin’s interest in the matter and make it abundantly clear that Kevin is against any involvement by Jaime with his children.
As for Jodi, we’re told K-Fed’s team doesn’t know much about her, and presumes she is qualified.
We’re told Federline looks forward to working with Jodi, and looks forward to working with the temporary conservator should any economic issues, involving the children, arise.
After he filed a police report, Federline was granted a temporary restraining order to keep Jaime away from the boys. He was also given full legal custody of the kids.
Britney has been allowed visitation, but must have a monitor present at all times.
The monitor used to be Jamie, but after the incident with her son, that is no longer possible.
We’re told the incident with Jamie will be addressed in court, as the advisors need to determine the best situation for Britney moving forward.
As for the judge, an investigation and evaluation is close to wrapping up, which looked at all the players in Britney’s life after she was admitted to a live-in mental health facility at the beginning of the year.