Britney Spears’ lawyer plans to grill her father over how much money he and her business executives reaped from the pop star’s property, and he is seeking extensive evidence of other actions under the conservatory, according to documents obtained by BuzzFeed News on Tuesday.
The October 28 document, released Tuesday, formally signed Britney Spears’ petition to terminate the conservatory, previously filed by her father, Jamie Spears. In it, Britney Spears’ lawyer Mathew Rosengart notes that his team is still waiting for Jamie Spears to respond to requests for documents and other potential evidence and also sit down for a deposit while investigating his actions during the legal arrangement that gave him control. over his daughter’s life and finances.
Rosengart has said that if they reveal evidence that Jamie Spears wrongfully appropriated his daughter’s money or was involved in any other offense, Britney Spears will sue.
According to the documents, Rosengart has asked Jamie Spears to provide documents regarding nearly 40 questions, including the following:
- All communications between Jamie and any representative of Britney Spears’ former business management company Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group, including Lou Taylor and Robin Greenhill
- “All documents relating to payments or approval of payments made for legal representation by Lou Taylor or Robin Greenhill”
- All communications, including texts and instant messages, with “security services and / or guards” who have worked in Spears’ home
- All communications, including texts and instant messages, with persons who have been contracted to work in Spears’ home
- All communications, including texts and instant messages, with Spears’ current or former physicians, therapists, or other physicians
- All communications, including texts and instant messages, regarding Spears’ medication
- All communications, including texts and instant messages, related to Spears’ “stay in non-hospital, medical institutions, including rehabilitation facilities”
- All rentals or leases paid for by Spears’ property
- All communications, including text messages and instant messages, related to the monthly allowance given by Jamie Spears to Britney Spears from her property
- All documents regarding Britney Spears’ vacation to Hawaii last summer
- All documents and communications relating to the “electronic monitoring, monitoring, cloning or recording of the activity of” Britney Spears’ personal telephone, “including but not limited to monitoring, monitoring, cloning, iCloud mirroring or recording of calls, e-mails, text messages, use of internet browser or history and use of social media or direct messages on social media “
- All documents and communications relating to “any recording or listening device” in Spears’ home or bedroom, the decision to place such device and the “records of such recordings”
The request for documents was sent in late August. Shortly afterwards, on September 7, Jamie Spears filed a motion to dismiss the conservatory.
In the October 28 application, Rosengart also states that he plans to ask Jamie Spears about the money he and any unit he owns has received from his daughter’s property since the conservatory was established in early 2008, as well as payments made from her property to management. the company Tri Star, its employees and others “but for the benefit of [Jamie Spears]”and payments made” for the benefit of anyone who works or worked “for Tri Star.
Rosengart first sought to oust Jamie Spears on Oct. 20, according to the documents, but it appears that has not yet happened. It is unclear whether a new date has been set. Jamie Spears ‘lawyer did not immediately respond to BuzzFeed News’ request for comment.
On September 29, Judge Brenda Penny of the Los Angeles County Supreme Court suspended Jamie Spears as conservator of her daughter’s property, freeing her from the control he had over her life for more than 13 years. The court is expected to completely terminate Spears’ conservatory at a court hearing on Nov. 12.
“Ms Spears has expressed her desire to close the conservatory she has endured for so long and she has begged this court to ‘let her get her life back’ without an evaluation, recently she has attended two court hearings and asked this court directly to close the conservatory, “Rosengart writes in the recently released archive. “It is respectfully presented – with the consent of all parties – that the time has come.”