Britney Spears had to go through a lot because of her family. On July 26th, Spears’ attorney filed a petition to remove Jamie Spears as conservator of Britney’s estate. Britney’s lawyer recently chastised Jamie for demanding private, confidential communications as well.

Mathew Rosengart, Britney Spears’ powerhouse attorney, is back in court attempting to quash a subpoena issued by the pop star’s father while urging Jamie Spears to stop “hiding” and appear for a deposition. According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, the 40-year-old pop star is dismissive of Jamie’s recent request for private records. Rosengart explains that Jamie recently served a subpoena on a non-party, Kroll Associates, seeking business records. 

Britney’s attorney describes the subpoena as “extremely overbroad, unduly burdensome, and oppressive.” Jamie, he claims, is looking for documents containing “private, investigative, and confidential information.” Kroll was brought on by Rosengart as a “consultant” for Spears’ case. Britney’s lawyer claims the documents are shielded by the attorney-client privilege and the attorney work-product doctrine.

According to the filing, Rosengart attempted to resolve the issue with Jamie’s team, but they declined to schedule a phone call. Britney’s attorney reminds the court in the new motion that Jamie was suspended as conservator in September 2021. During his tenure, he allegedly received $6.3 million from his daughter’s estate. Rosengart claims that despite Jamie’s removal, he continues to “importune, harass, intimidate, and bully his daughter.”


“It has been an honor to represent and seek to protect Britney Spears from further trauma and abuse. In that regard, we respectfully submit that a decent father, a father who truly loved his daughter and wished to “protect” her (as he claims), would place his daughter’s interests above his own—as a fiduciary is also required to do. Such a father would show grace and decency and cease and desist from bullying and harassing his daughter.”

Jamie should “simply move on,” according to Britney’s lawyer. Furthermore, he believes Jamie should cooperate and “tell the truth rather than obfuscating and stonewalling,” waive the Fifth Amendment, properly and professionally transfer all files (including all communications with his counsel during the conservatorship), and answer questions about the conservatorship under oath, including his activities with Spears’ former managers at Tri-Star Sports & Entertainment and Black Box Security, Inc.

Black Box Security is accused of planting listening devices in Spears’ bedroom. “He should then finish his final ministerial duties, submit the final accounting, leave his daughter alone, and move on. This is what a father who truly “loved” his daughter would do,” the motion reads. The filing also notes Jamie has “failed no less than three times to appear for his deposition.”

Let’s wait and see what happens next. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.

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Shivangini Rawat

Shivangini is a law student with a passion for writing and music. She writes for Thirstyfornews and enjoys cooking, baking, and playing various instruments. In her free time, she watches movies, TV shows, and anime, with a love for bands like Alcest and Scorpions.

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