Jaime, Britney Spears’s father, says his ingenious management of conservatorship has kept it cash … amid an ongoing legal battle over who controls the wealth. 60 million dollars
- Jamie Spears has defended her tenure over the past 12 years
- He said he has addressed real estate threats including debt and lawsuits.
- Conservation rights were exercised in 2008 amid a wide range of personal and professional struggles for the pop star.
Britney Spears’s father has listed a number of reasons why he’s an effective manager on her role, for which he’s valued at around $ 60 million.
Jamie Spears has defended her Grammy-winning daughter’s fortune-hosting job for the past 12 years, when her new lawyer Sam Ingham asked the court to strip Jamie’s duties as head of the agency. management, TMZ reported on Sunday.
Jamie says that since the conservatorship was exercised in 2008 – amid the public’s many personal and professional struggles for the pop star – he has dealt with the financial threats to Singer’s fortune includes debts and lawsuits, and it is in no need for his overthrow right now.
Latest: Jamie, father of Britney Spears, told the LA court that he was an effective protector of her conservatorship, which he valued at about $ 60 million. The couple was seen in an earlier Instagram post
Jamie told court documents that replacement was needed when Lou Taylor, who was holding the position of the singer’s business portfolio manager … Baby One More Time, received death threats during Controversial settlement scene is ongoing.
He said that after a thorough search, he and the people who worked with him on the estate decided to choose Miller Kaplan’s Michael Kane as the right man for Britney’s business director.
Jamie said in court documents that Ingham was responsible for Britney’s legal affairs, and had no authority regarding conservatorship, nor was it obligated to keep him within that regard. so.
Ingham said Kane was added to the team so quickly, she didn’t have a chance to interview anyone else, the paper reported on Wednesday.
Looks great: Last week Spears took to Instagram to show off a selfie
Contrast: Britney earlier this year asked the court to dismiss Jamie (seen in 2008) as co-conservator of her property.
Britney in the legal document said on October 28, her camp received a letter informing her that her business is no longer managed by Tristar Sports and Entertainment Group.
She then asked the court that the Bessemer Trust Company were given full control over her conservatorship, stripping her of power from Jamie.
Britney told the court that she had no prior notice Tristar was vacating the position, and that Jamie stepped in and put Kane in place in an attempt to ‘introduce a new gatekeeper, who admits to being involved. great work relationship with [Jamie’s] legal team. ‘
Britney says she could never interview Kane or sign his hiring deal before Jamie put him in the senior position.
Hanging there: Britney took to social media last week after nearly two weeks of silence on social media to tell fans that she is thriving