Jamie Spears’ lawyer asks the court to ‘revoke’ Britney’s medical records as Singer’s estate is transferred to her

Britney Spears, Jamie Spears

Britney Spears, Jamie Spears

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Los Angeles Judge Brenda Penny has not made a decision regarding Britney Spears’ father Jamie’s request that she continue to pay his legal fees following the termination of her conservatory.

Before discussing the fees at a court hearing on Wednesday, Jamie’s lawyer, Alex M. Weingarten, mingled with Britney’s lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, over allegations made by Britney against her father in a lawsuit first reported by New York Times on Tuesday.

Weingarten accused Rosengart of planting the story with Times, calling Britney’s accusations “nonsense”.

“Pretty much everything that is alleged is … false or taken out of context,” Weingarten said, referring to Britney’s allegations that Jamie meandered through her bedroom, tapped her phone and tried to get private therapy reports. Weingarten added that there is “sealed” information about Britney’s case that would “demonstrate that there is no evidence for these allegations.”

Rosengart retaliated, telling the court he felt “compelled to respond to these false statements.” [and] lies.”

“I do not decide what is right and what is wrong today,” Penny said of the allegations. No decision was made on attorneys’ fees for Jamie, Britney’s mother Lynne or the pop star’s former attorneys on Wednesday, but Penny approved a payment for Spears’ former conservator Jodi Montgomery’s attorneys’ fees.

On Wednesday, Britney’s property – now managed by Miller Kaplan – was also transferred to her, with former temporary conservator John Zabel no longer in place.

Weingarten also asked the judge to file a motion to remove the seal on Britney’s health records next month, saying “the public has a right to know” more context.

However, Rosengart asked Judge Penny to postpone the proposal until April 15, so he has time to prepare a response.

The next hearing, scheduled for July 27, is expected to further address the attorneys’ fees and Britney’s claims against Jamie.

Jamie, 69, first filed court documents demanding that the star’s property be paid to his legal team for “ongoing trusteeship of the Conservatorship of the Person and Estate” in December, just over a month after Penny decided to complete the 13-year conservatory.

“Quick payment due to Jamie’s attorney’s fees is necessary to ensure the conservatory can be wound up quickly and efficiently so that Britney can take control of her life as she and Jamie want,” the documents state.

In response, Britney, 40, claimed in her Friday court documents that Jamie’s financial misconduct during his tenure as her conservator put him in violation of California’s behavioral standards.

Rosengart claimed in the case that at the same time as the Britney Conservatory was established in 2008, Jamie had owed Tri Star Sports and Entertainment Group, a corporate management company run by Lou M. Taylor, at least $ 40,000.

While still in debt to the company, Jamie allegedly hired Tri Star to be Britney’s manager, a role that Rosengart said awarded the company “multimillion-dollar commissions and fees” from Britney’s earnings under the conservatory.

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Regarding Jamie’s actions, Rosengart repeated a question posed by Anthony Palmieri, the future president of the National Guardianship Association, in a December New York Times paragraph: “Does the conservator make decisions in the best interests of the conservator or the business manager to whom they owe a debt?”

“Although Mr. Spears argued that his daughter needed the conservatory because she was unable to take care of herself or her affairs, Mr. Spears was keen to ensure that she continued to generate significant earnings,” of which a considerable part he distributed to himself and the others “within his inner circle,” Rosengart later added.

A lawyer for Taylor did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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Friday’s submission also included a statement from Sherine Ebadi, an investigator at Kroll and former FBI agent, who was detained by Britney’s legal team to investigate Jamie’s management of the estate.

In it, Ebadi confirmed the allegations made by former Black Box Security employee Alex Vlasov in New York Times documentary Directed by Britney Spears that Jamie got the firm to monitor Britney’s phone, including private communication with her lawyer, and secretly record her in her bedroom during conversations with her now-engaged Sam Asghari and her children (she shares sons Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15) , with ex-husband Kevin Federline).

In addition, Ebadi claimed that Jamie would ask Black Box to send him “specific items from Ms. Spears’ iCloud, such as therapy notes or text messages”, despite being “aware that he was expressly prohibited” from doing so without Britney’s permission.

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Along with monitoring Britney, Ebadi said Vlasov claimed the company had received private phone records from Britney’s mother, Lynne, and others, including Britney’s masseur, to determine if they were talking to the media.

According to Ebadi, Vlasov also said that the Black Box would obtain GPS “ping data” to find the location of certain individuals, including Britney’s “former romantic interests”, for surveillance.

Britney’s conservatory was terminated on November 12, five months after the singer made it clear during a court hearing that she wanted it to end.

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Rosengart, who has represented Britney since July, first filed court documents to proceed with asking Penny to close Britney’s conservatory in September, weeks after Jamie, then her property conservator, did the same.

After Jamie – who stepped down as Britney’s personal conservator in 2019 – was officially suspended from her role as property conservator on September 29, Britney Rosengart thanked Instagram and wrote: “Luckily, I found a great lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, who has helped to change my life !!!! “

Weeks later, Rosengart filed further court documents accusing Jamie of having ulterior motives after he unexpectedly reversed his position in September on the necessity of the Britney Conservatory.

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He filed a motion on October 1 to have Jamie removed, and he questioned in court documents whether Jamie was “motivated by a desire to strengthen his reputation or to avoid his removal or to respond to the excellent discovery that was made. given to him in August. “

Jamie, for his part, has defended his role as curator of Britney’s property and has insisted that he has only his daughter’s best interests in mind.

“Mr. Spears loves his daughter Britney unconditionally. For 13 years he has been trying to do what is in her best interest, whether as a conservator or her father,” was a statement issued by his former lawyer Vivian Thoreen in September.

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