Britney Spears' father wants to stay as custodian of her property

Britney Spears' father wants to stay as custodian of her property

Jamie and Britney Spears

Tomorrow, the Los Angeles Supreme Court will host another court hearing on the custody of 39-year-old Britney Spears, at which the singer's fate may be decided. Recall that Britney is fighting for freedom and asks to remove her father Jamie from the post of her guardian.

On the eve of the meeting, Britney's father filed new documents in which he spoke out against John Zeibel, a certified auditor, as well as Britney's lawyer Matthew Rosengart. Jamie Spears expressed concern that John Zabel could be appointed as Britney's custodian. In the documents, he claims that the only information Britney's team has provided about Seibel is that he is an auditor with extensive experience in finance and entertainment. According to Jamie Spears, the fact that John Seibel is an auditor does not make him a highly qualified trustee, especially a custodian of property. He believes that Zeibel's experience and wisdom is not enough to manage his daughter's fortune, which is estimated at $ 60 million.

Britney Spears' father wants to stay as custodian of her property

Britney Spears with her father Jamie

Jamie Spears expresses concern that his daughter's property could be at significant risk as Zeibel could be held responsible.

Another reason why Jamie wants the judge to reject Zeibel's candidacy is that he sees no reason at all to replace him in this position, since there is no evidence that he did his job poorly. Britney and her lawyer strongly disagree with this and intend to present evidence to the contrary in court tomorrow.

Britney Spears' father wants to stay as custodian of her property

Jamie Spears

At the same time, Jamie Spears says that the judge's first order should be the decision to end custody of his daughter, which he and his daughter's team are asking for.

Recall that Jamie Spears became the guardian of his daughter in 2007. All these years Britney did not disclose the details of her life, but in the summer she made a sensational statement in court. She said that all this time her life was strictly controlled by her guardians, and she could not make independent decisions and manage her own finances. She was forbidden to marry and have children, she was subjected to emotional abuse and blackmail. It was recently revealed that the guardians had access to her phone and all personal correspondence.

In the summer, Britney had already filed a petition to terminate custody, but then the court rejected her request. Now the star has every chance to finally get her way.

Britney Spears' father wants to stay as custodian of her property

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