Significant turning point in Britney Spears' guardianship dispute with her father Jamie ! As reported by the US media, his lawyer submitted a document to the court, which states for the first time that her client wants to step down as guardian under certain conditions "when the time is right". When this will actually be the case, however, Jamie and his lawyers kept open. At least there are currently no reasons for a "suspension or dismissal", as demanded by his daughter.
At the moment, however, it is "highly questionable whether a change of guardian at this point in time would be in the best interests of Ms. Spears". A transition must also be orderly and include a resolution of all issues raised in court. The court should therefore act on his daughter so that all points can be discussed at a meeting.
Jamie Spears also retrospectively justifies his behavior in the letter. He helped his daughter when she "was in a crisis and urgently needed help". She had "suffered mentally and emotionally," was in financial distress, and had been "manipulated by predators." He only ever wanted to protect Britney with his engagement.
Britney's lawyer reacts with drastic words
The "People" magazine has already received the first reaction from Britney's new lawyer Mathew Rosengart. And it has it all: It is a "great victory and another step towards justice". He and his team will continue to work "aggressively and quickly" towards the suspension or removal of Jamie Spears as his client's guardian. He looks forward to "continuing his vigorous investigation into Mr. Spears' conduct."
Jamie Spears believes he has made "millions of dollars" from his client's fortune and Rosengart looks forward to receiving his affidavits in court in the near future. Until then, he should either resign immediately or remain silent. In any case, he should refrain from denigrating his own daughter and making false accusations.
Spears was incapacitated in 2008 and her father Jamie was appointed guardian. The 39-year-old has been fighting against this guardianship for some time. She had been approved to choose a new lawyer in July. Rosengart then officially filed an application to replace the singer's father as financial guardian.