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Britney Spears may have had a rocky relationship with her father, Jamie Spears, as the two remain embroiled in an argument over the status of their conservatoires, but the pop star reportedly isn’t against making up with the 68-year-old – and that in welcomes the change in many ways – while the trial continues this Wednesday, Fox News has learned.
“Britney’s relationship with her father is complicated but curable, especially when he has a real desire not to act on her behalf and just to be there as support and a sounding board for her,” a source privy to the family affair told Fox News. “Sure, they’re a little bit estranged, but really because of the control he’s had over them all these years – it’s almost like a family business, except that it’s Britney.”
The source urged Jamie to act more or less like some kind of CEO for nearly a decade, noting that the 39-year-old singer is reportedly hoping the two can over time if he willingly his duties as conservator of Spears’ estate gives up changing the shared dynamic and moving on as a father and daughter.
Britney and Jamie Spears representatives did not respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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Over the years Spears has released multiple albums, held a successful Las Vegas residency, and served as a judge on America’s Got Talent.
An attorney for Spears’ father told Good Morning America in February that when Jamie took the helm as restorer, the Grammy winner had just under $ 3 million in the bank, despite spending several dozen every year for more than a decade Earned millions.
“Britney’s fortune was clearly mismanaged,” Vivian Thoreen told the outlet. “She has been taken advantage of by some of those around her.
“He worked with her,” she said. “When she feels like performing, she performs. When she wants to record an album, she records an album, and if she wants to live her life like a normal person, he’s worked with her.”
Thoreen also defended Jamie against outside rumors that he had negatively impacted his daughter over the release of the unauthorized documentary “Framing Britney Spears,” which examined her life and career, including her legal issues.
“I understand that every story needs a villain, but people got it so wrong here,” claimed Thoreen. “This is a story about an extremely loving, devoted, and loyal father who saved his daughter from a life-threatening situation,” she explained. “People harmed her and exploited her. Jamie saved Britney’s life.”
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During the contentious lawsuit, Jamie requested that Spears’ estate cover his nearly $ 2 million legal fees.
Jamie is also seeking compensation for the time he spent as a restorer for his daughter from November 1, 2019 to February 28, 2021. A previous court document stated that payments for his time as a restorer through October 31, 2019 had already been approved.
“I am entitled and entitled, through my Personal Services Corporation, Spears Management, Inc., to compensation of $ 16,000 per month plus $ 2,000 per month for services rendered as curator of the Britney Jean Spears estate the cost of obtaining office space in a safe place dedicated to Ms. Spears’ activities, “explained Jamie on the file.
Meanwhile, Spears has formally requested that Jodi Montgomery be named her permanent restorer.
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Spears also requested, through her attorney, that Jamie resign entirely, citing a good job on behalf of Montgomery – who was Spears’ acting curator, while Jamie resigned from the position temporarily in 2019 for “health reasons.”
Spears broke her silence about the documentary in March, admitting that clips she saw made her cry for “two weeks” even though she hadn’t seen it.
The “Toxic” singer is due to appear virtually at a hearing in front of the conservatory on Wednesday.