Britney Spears’ dad is, reportedly, worried about her daughter being given too much “freedom.”
As her conservatorship battle continues, Jaime Spears appears to disagree with the changes over the Pop Princess’ status.
The news came after Us Weekly cited that the “Baby One More Time” hitmaker has been “given a lot of freedom,” making her own decisions over her medical treatments.
In early 2019, news broke that the music icon secretly went to a mental health facility in California for a 30-day stay.
To recall, reports noted that her dad’s hospitalization had brought her so much stress, and that pushed her to seek medical treatment for herself.
Current Conservator Believes Britney Spears Can Handle her Life
Now, her current conservator believes that the 38-year-old singer deserves to be given the “responsibility” to take care of herself.
“Her conservator Jodi Montgomery trusts that Britney has been dealing with this for most of her adult life and should be trusted to be given the responsibility,” a source revealed to the publication.
However, amid her conservatory status, it appears that Jaime does not approve the current set up and, reportedly, was “very concerned” about her daughter.
Prior to this, The Daily Mail recently mentioned that there’s a possibility that the pop princess might be placed under the legal concept for the rest of her life.
Andrew Wallet’s statement about the matter
The news came after Disney alum’s former estate manager, Attorney Andrew Wallet, revealed to the outlet that people behind the #FreeBritney is unaware of “how the law works.”
He also insisted that the singer needs to be protected from “undue influences.”
“Britney is in a conservatorship for good reason but a lot of the Free Britney people have no experience with the law. These legal proceedings are complex and people jump to conclusions. Their perception is so wrong but you can’t go and tell them why because a lot of it is confidential. You have a lot of people who don’t have a clue, but meanwhile we can’t talk about it. It’s frustrating, but it is what it is.”
In addition, he also claps back at accusations that he stole and benefited from the “If U Seek Amy” hitmaker’s $59 million estates.
After Britney Spears was placed under conservatorship in 2008 due to marriage fallout with husband, Kevin Federline, with whom she shares his kids, Preston, 15, and Jayden, 14, the singer was barred from making personal and financial decisions.
This legal arrangement sparked the FreeBritney campaign as fans insisted that the pop princess should be free from her conservatorship battle.
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