Britney Spears’ father asks that the accusations the singer made against himself be investigated

LOS ANGELES – Jamie Spears, Britney Spears’ father and legal guardian, asked the Los Angeles courts to investigate the complaints made by the artist in her last week’s statement.

James Spears, known as Jamie, released documents Tuesday night claiming that he has had no power over Britney in recent years and requests that her “serious allegations of forced labor, forced medical therapy, inadequate medical care be investigated. and deprivation of personal rights “, many of them inflicted against him.

Although the singer’s father has served as legal guardian since 2008, in the fall of 2019 the Los Angeles Court appointed attorney Jodi Montgomery as temporary guardian on the singer’s personal aspects, after Jamie cited reasons for health to get away.

At a later hearing in 2020, Britney’s lawyer requested that Montogomery continue to play that role, as the singer expressed her “strong opposition” to her father re-controlling the decisions of her private and public life.

Currently, legal guardianship is divided into two parts: the personal, still supervised by Montogomery, and the financial, over which the father still exercises control together with an investment fund.

“Mr. Spears is not the guardian of his person. He has not been the guardian of his person since September 2019. Mrs. Montgomery has been completely in charge of the personal care and daily medical treatment of Mrs. Spears,” says the defense of the father.

Jamie also maintains that she is unable to communicate directly with her daughter and that she was “very saddened to learn of her difficulties and suffering.”

“I’ll be here son waiting for our moment,” said the actor. Find out the details.

However, the father’s statement does not match the testimony of Britney, who last week stated that he “enjoyed” exercising control over her and that she should be in jail.

Likewise, Britney cited episodes dating back to 2018, when her father was full legal guardian, in which she was forced to work against her will and in which she received strong lithium medication when she refused to rehearse for a Las Vegas show. Vegas.

“I want my life again,” implored the star, who questioned whether she has really been incapacitated since 2008 if between 2013 and 2017 she was starring in another show in Las Vegas that brought in millions of dollars, in addition to recording albums and performing at galas.

The Puerto Rican star denounced in networks that he and her husband were discriminated against because of their sexual orientation.

“This guardianship is paying the salary of many people. I am fed up,” said the singer before a Los Angeles court during a telephone interview full of forceful statements such as: “I am not happy”, “I can not sleep” and “I cry all the days”.

For her part, the tutor Montgomery published a statement, through her lawyer Lauriann Wright, to deny the accusations of Britney’s father in which he affirms that his sole purpose is “to encourage her on her way so that she no longer needs a guardianship.”