Britney Spears may have ended her conservatorship, but Mathew Rosengart her attorney still wants to investigate her father Jamie Spears’ decisions. Spears, along with the conservatorship team, accused her father of drugging her. This made it impossible for her get married and forced her to use a birth control pill. The New York Times Documentary Britney Spears is under control Also, allegations were made that Spears was subject to surveillance during conservatorship. Even conversations in her bedroom were recorded.
“I used to be a federal prosecutor, now I’m just a private attorney,” Rosengart told reporters Friday, reports Vulture. “I don’t have criminal investigative powers. What happens [from] there will be up to law enforcement.”Jamie was also accused of accepting a salary of $4 million. “He took a salary from the estate,”He stated. “He took a percentage of his daughter’s earnings in Las Vegas and otherwise.”
Rosengart made additional allegations against conservatorship in court filings prior to Friday’s hearing. The New York Times. He accused Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group, the former business manager for Spears’ estate, of financial mismanagement. Rosengart issued subpoenas requesting sworn statements as well as access to records (including payments and communications). Rosengart also requested documents from the security company that watched the singer. Rosengart previously claimed that Jamie only agreed to end the conservatorship suddenly in order to avoid legal consequences.
Jamie has always denied any wrongdoing in the conservatorship. Jamie “has nothing to hide regarding his administration of Britney’s estate and will therefore hide nothing,”In response, his lawyers wrote back. They added that Jamie is open for a “full and transparent”Investigating the conservatorship which will end the “outlandish, scurrilous and irresponsible speculation”In the media. Jamie’s demands to end the conservatorship were not granted “unconditional,”His lawyers wrote that they would cooperate in Rosengart’s request.
Rosengart requested documents from Lou Taylor’s Tri Star. However, the company denied the allegations that it had hired the security guards who bugged Spears’ bedroom. On Nov. 5, TMZTri Star reported that Rosengart asked for documents from the 13 years ago. Tri Star argued that Rosengart already had regular accounting of the financial deals it made with Spears over 11 years. “No one at Tri Star is aware of any hidden electronic surveillance device placed in Ms. Spears’ bedroom,”Robin Greenhill was Taylor’s business associate. “No one at Tri Star has ever had any control over Ms. Spears’ medical treatment.”Tri Star also stated that it had resigned in August 2020 from the conservatorship and submitted more than 16,000 files.
In Britney Spears is under controlA former employee at Black Box Security claimed that conservators had hired them to monitor Spears’ home. He also claimed that Spears had a recording device in his bedroom. Rosengart responded by filing documents suggesting that this could have been a violation to the law if Spears’ conversations were recorded with her former attorney without her consent, a violation of attorney client privilege. While Jamie didn’t respond to questions about the documentary, Rosengart filed documents suggesting that this could have been a violation of the law if Spears’ conversations with her previous attorney were recorded without her consent in violation of attorney-client privilege. TimesHis “actions were done with the knowledge and consent of Britney, her court-appointed attorney, and/or the court. Jamie’s record as conservator – and the court’s approval of his actions – speak for themselves.”Spears’ next hearings are scheduled for Dec. 8, and Jan. 19.