Britney Spears’ life has been full of ups and downs over the years, mostly due to her conservatorship with her father. Britney Spears also disclosed that three months after her conservatorship ended, she is in the midst of purchasing a new home. However, it seems Britney’s battles are far from being over.
Lou Taylor, Britney Spears’ former manager, has informed the court that she is prepared to square off against her former client this summer. According to court records acquired by Radar, Lou’s Tri Star Sports and Entertainment Group, together with its employee Robin Greenhill, has requested a July 13 hearing.
Britney’s powerful lawyer Mathew Rosengart served subpoenas on Lou and Robin last year. He wants them to hand over 13 years of financial documents and answer questions about how much Jamie and the conservatorship paid them. Rosengart said it is a straightforward request, and the information is required to assess who he will pursue on Britney’s behalf.
The pop star claimed her money was mismanaged and that everyone around her was overpaid. Lou filed documents opposing to Britney’s subpoenas in November, just days after the explosive New York Times exposé exposing Britney’s staff of spying her bedroom.
Rosengart was asking for too many years, she claimed, and she wanted it trimmed down. Robin was accused in the documentary of manipulating Britney’s life and putting herself in charge of making every decision for the singer. He revealed the truth to the court.
No one at Tri Star is aware of any hidden electronic surveillance device placed in Ms. Spears’ bedroom. No one at Tri Star has ever had any control over Ms. Spears’ treatment.
Britney has been fighting her father’s $500k payment to Tri Star when he was in charge of the conservatorship. According to the singer, her former managers were paid 5% of her earnings from the entertainment industry. Britney Spears refused to perform in 2019 and has no plans to tour.
Tri Star’s commission plummeted to $200k that year, prompting the corporation to demand a minimum of $500,000. Despite having a contract in place, Jamie agreed to the agreement. Lou and Robin look to be prepared for fight, since the hearing has been scheduled for June.
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