Britney Spears’ Co-Conservators Blame Each Other For The Singer’s Suffering

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Jamie Spears claims Britney’s court-appointed conservator Jodi Montgomery and attorney Sam Ingham III were responsible for stripping the popstar’s personal and medical autonomy.

Britney’s father submitted a filing to the court that alleges Montgomery and Ingham III have disallowed him from communicating with the singer and kept him out of any decisions regarding her personal life, including preventing Britney from marrying her boyfriend Sam Asghari and removing her IUD so she could get pregnant.

“Ms. Montgomery has been fully in charge of Ms. Spears’ personal care and medical treatment in consultations with Mr. Ingham – and which consultations specifically excluded Mr. Spears. Mr. Spears, therefore, was greatly saddened to hear of his daughter’s difficulties and suffering, and he believes that there must be an investigation into those claims,” the court filing states.

In a rebuttal statement, Montgomery’s lawyer Lauriann Wright asserted that her client has “unequivocally been a tireless advocate for Britney and for her well-being,” and the conservatorship is set up to include multiple layers of protection. 

“Ms. Montgomery is a licensed private professional fiduciary who, unlike family members who serve as conservators, is required to follow a Code of Ethics,” the statement says. “While she does not control Britney’s financial assets, she is responsible for her personal care, and if Britney wants any issue brought up to the Court, Ms. Montgomery is and has always been ready, willing, and able to do so.”

It goes on to outline that Montgomery assembled a medical team for Britney’s care that has a primary goal of assisting and encouraging Spear’s path to no longer needing a conservatorship. The statement also took aim at Britney’s testimony that the conservatorship was blocking her attempts at marriage and pregnancy.  

“If Britney needs any assistance with [family planning], Ms. Montgomery has and will be there to provide any assistance needed to Britney,” the statement read. “Britney’s choice to marry and to start a family have never been impacted by the conservatorship while Ms. Montgomery has been conservator of the person.”

The singer’s plea to have her father removed from the conservatorship was denied by a judge on Wednesday.  

“The conservator’s request to suspend James P. Spears immediately upon the appointment of Bessemer Trust Company of California as sole conservator of estate is denied without prejudice,” the court documents said.

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Donna
1 year ago

I would do myself in if i had to live like that ,HOW SAD 🙁

Nine Island Girl
Nine Island Girl
1 year ago

I can’t believe I’m commenting on this.
But, why is her father in charge when she’s almost 40? I understand she’s a little kookoo, but, it’s her money after all.
Maybe the father wants the money to keep coming from being in charge? His fees???? Fame and money, now the parents are divorced, I think.

Peg M.
Peg M.
1 year ago

shes still a big money maker and they all want their hand in the pot, that’s why. Since her public break down, which was pretty much revolt against her handlers, she has made a come back. she’s making money, holding down a rigorous performance schedule and seems to be totally responsible. It’s the control they want for the money. what should be published is the amount of money they are making off this woman and is it comparable to other like set ups.

Anne
Anne
1 year ago
Reply to  Peg M.

Ditto. Not to be trusted. That is why a judge will not end her father’s conservativeship. She is too fragile.

Anne
Anne
1 year ago

In the beginning Brittany’s so called managers etc made her into a drug addict. That was why her father stepped in for her and the kids. Otherwise she would never be where she is now. Sad

Mark Brickey
Mark Brickey
1 year ago

How many of you out there know that she’s 39 years old? How many of you know of ANY other 39 yo who has a conservatorship? How many of you think that a 39 yo’s father has no say, no right to be in control of her every move? Or some hired do-gooder or lawyer?
Britany’s plenty old enough that she can do what she wants with her money, her work, her life. She needs to be responsible for & accountable for herself. I don’t see how this judge could rule the way he did. It’s nuts, it’s not American or even humane.

Original Anna
Original Anna
1 year ago

I really don’t get how this stuff is legal. If the father is claiming he has nothing to do with the two people who supposedly according to him are running the deal why is any of these people even involved. Just how much money are they stealing from Britany. Let her hire a financial advisor or two or more, let them help her with her financial dealings, why does a conservator even need to be involved in her financial dealings. As for her medical stuff, that is up to a doctor of her choosing not a conservator. Conservators are not doctors but they are great legalese talkers about how they will take care of what Britney needs. The woman is saying she will make sure Britany is medically taken care of. That is none of her business. Britany should be having her own doctors and if they are good, she should listen to her doctors. (Well, it is Hollywood and some of their face doctors haven’t been too great doing face improvement surgeries.) Britney needs to hire a good lawyer and go after the court proceedings and the conservators and her father and get all of them out of her life. A good lawyer will do the job and collect his money if he wins. She doesn’t even need to pay up front.