Lynne Spears claims that her daughter Britney is “taking force” during a lawsuit to release her father as co-guardian.
The 39-year-old star is currently on trial trying to earn Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Jason Rubin on behalf of Jamie Spears in the role of managing her property and more.
And a new court document received by TMZ supports the dismissal of his father as co-guardian by the singer’s mother, who previously “violently” opposed the high legal fees Jamie demanded in her parenting case. After Lin revealed that he did so, he told the press that he was “Gimi”. More’hit makers are ok.
According to a document filed by Britney’s legal team: Spears is an honorary petitioner for the court to appoint her candidate. In this respect, it is objective and sensible to appoint a highly qualified and professional trustee in this situation.
In addition, Mr. Spears, with the approval of the court, heard on July 14, 2021 that Mr. Spears is sufficiently capable of electing his legal counsel and wishes to make that nomination as well. I will submit it in honor of my skill. “
According to paperwork, Britney’s cash is valued at $ 2,730,454.15 and her physical assets are valued at $ 54,666,398.21.
The document also requires Jason to authorize Jason to manage Britney’s real estate and real estate and make healthcare decisions.
The father of a “poisonous” singer is currently in charge of her property and real estate after resigning as a full-time guardian due to health problems.
Jody Montgomery takes care of Britney’s personal affairs, including her choice of health care, but under the proposed new plan, those decisions will be made by Jason.
Britney has been empowered since 2008 and has been on trial since June to regain her freedom.
This month, she was given permission to hire her own attorney after the previous court’s attorney resigned, and she was also recently given permission to drive alone for the first time in years. ..
Last month, a singer told the “slumber party” that her guardianship status was “traumatic” and “depressed” after calling on her father to be detained.
She said, “They force me to go to treatment and a psychiatrist three times a week.
“I really believe that this guardianship system is abusive. I don’t think I can live a full life. In the meantime, I want this therapist to come to my home, I don’t want to go to West Lake … they pick me up by sending me to the most exposed places they have set up. I need your help.
“Everyone involved in this conservation effort, including my father and my management … should be put in jail.”