After his daughter, Britney Spears, was expelled from conservatism on Wednesday, Jamie Spears made a statement through her lawyer, Vivan Thorin.
“Mr. Spears loves his daughter, Brittany, unconditionally,” the statement said Thursday morning. It began with his willingness to act as a protector when he voluntarily entered the conservatism. These included reviving her career and re-establishing relationships with her children. Anyone who has tried to help a family member deal with a mental health problem can appreciate the huge amount of daily worries and do the necessary work. For Mr. Spears, this means not biting his tongue and not responding to all the false, speculative and vague attacks on him by some members of the public, the media, or recently Brittany’s own attorney.
The statement continued, “This information makes the outcome of yesterday’s hearing even more disappointing and, clearly, a loss for Brittany.” “Honorablely, the court found Mr. Spears was temporarily fired, a stranger was put in his place to manage Brittany’s estate, and Brittany asked the court earlier this summer to promote conservatism. Again, it was Mr. Spears who took the initiative to file a petition to dismiss the defendant when neither Britney’s former court-appointed lawyer nor his new privately-appointed attorney would do so. Mr. Spears asked the court to end the conservatism immediately at yesterday’s hearing when Brittany’s own lawyer argued against it.
“Despite the suspension, Mr. Spears will continue to pursue his daughter’s best interests and work honestly for a positive solution to all issues,” Thorin concluded in a signed statement.
Jamie Spears was temporarily fired from Brittany’s conservatism in a Los Angeles court hearing on Wednesday afternoon after an ongoing legal battle since the pop star was placed under a court order in 2007.
Judge Brenda Penny ruled that Spears’s father and his daughter should not act as custodians of the property, immediately removing her from her financial control.
“I believe the suspension is in the best interests of the conservator,” Penny said. “The current situation is unbearable.”
Matthew Rosengert, Britney Spears’ attorney, argued in court that her father was “a cruel, poisonous, abusive man” and that it was too early to remove him.
“It’s about what Britney wants. He wants to get her out of his life today, ”Rosengart said. “Britney Spears deserves to wake up tomorrow without her father being her conservator.”
Penny hires accountant John Jabel to temporarily control the estate until further steps are scheduled. Rosengart will drop plans to return to court on Nov. 12, and will allow Spears to reclaim neutral control of his life. His personal spear conservator, Jody Montgomery, who manages his day-to-day wellness and medical decisions, will continue in that role for the time being.
Spears’ father, Attorney Vivian Thorin, opposed the suspension, saying it was better to simply dismiss the saver.
“There is no evidence of a stay,” Thorne argued. “Mr. Spears has served faithfully and faithfully. His record is impeccable.”
A hearing was set for November 12 to determine whether the maintenance would be fully completed.