Britney Spears’ mother Lynne Spears claims pop star is doing well amid conservatorship battle

Lynne Spears said her daughter Britney is doing well as she was approached by photographers at the LAX airport in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Lynne was seen with her son Bryan, 44, in a clip on TMZ, who comes as Britney, 39, called her father Jamie Spears “threatening” and “scary” in new conservatory legal documents over the pop star.

Lynne expressed support for Britney to end the conservatory over her in recent court files reviewed by the outlet, saying she personally involved herself during a ‘time of crisis’ in May 2019 when Jamie exercised ‘absolute control’ on all of Britney’s medical and financial affairs.

Latest: Lynne Spears, 66, said her daughter Britney, 39, is doing well when she was approached by photographers at the LAX airport in Los Angeles on Sunday

Details: Britney called her dad Jamie Spears 'threatening' and 'scary' in new conservatory legal documents over the pop star

Details: Britney called her dad Jamie Spears 'threatening' and 'scary' in new conservatory legal documents over the pop star

Latest: Lynne Spears, 66, said her daughter Britney, 39, is doing well when she was approached by photographers at the LAX airport in Los Angeles on Sunday

Lynne told the court that a doctor Jamie had appointed to care for Britney had prescribed ‘inappropriate’ drugs that the singer did not want; and had her enter an institution as punishment for her non-compliance.

Lynne said Britney’s opinion of her father “has dwindled to nothing but fear and hatred” amid the conservatory’s 13-year history, which was established amid an accumulation of personal problems for the singer in 2008.

Sources told the outlet that Lynne and Britney have been estranged for years because Britney feels her mother should have intervened on her behalf earlier.

Documents Britney filed in court on Monday rated by the outlet, she called her father Jamie “threatening” and “scary” and asked him to replace her as trustee of her estate.

The pop star's attorney Matt Rosengart, pictured in LA last week, filed a motion to remove Jamie Spears and appoint CPA Jason Rubin in his place

The pop star's attorney Matt Rosengart, pictured in LA last week, filed a motion to remove Jamie Spears and appoint CPA Jason Rubin in his place

The pop star’s attorney Matt Rosengart, pictured in LA last week, filed a motion to remove Jamie Spears and appoint CPA Jason Rubin in his place

Lynne, pictured in 2012 with Jamie, stated her support for Britney to end the conservatory over her in recent court files reviewed by TMZ

Lynne, pictured in 2012 with Jamie, stated her support for Britney to end the conservatory over her in recent court files reviewed by TMZ

Lynne, pictured in 2012 with Jamie, stated her support for Britney to end the conservatory over her in recent court files reviewed by TMZ

The new legal documents accuse Jamie of making his daughter’s life hell, describing her current situation as “traumatizing, insane and depressing” while also painting a portrait of a financially irresponsible curator, TMZ reported earlier Monday, citing court documents it reviewed.

The pop star’s attorney Matt Rosengart filed a motion to remove Jamie and appoint CPA Jason Rubin in his place. Rosengart has applied to Rubin, who works in Southern California, to be appointed conservator of her estate, citing his experience handling past financial and elder abuse cases.

If the request is granted, Rubin will be given the financial authority to administer Spears’ estate and assets, as well as the powers of attorney to make health care decisions. Britney’s health care decisions fell within the purview of her curator of Britney’s person, who is currently Jodi Montgomery.

The court documents describe Jamie as an incompetent financial manager, who says his family “struggled financially under his leadership and filed for bankruptcy in 1998.”

Lynne said Britney’s opinion of her father has “shrunk to nothing but fear and hatred” amid the conservatory’s 13-year history

Britney’s legal team said her relationship with Jamie is “toxic” and “it damages Ms Spears’s mental health, her well-being and her ability to pursue and continue her extraordinary career.”

The filings also claim that while Spears may have needed the support and supervision of a conservatory 13 years ago, her mental health has improved dramatically since then.

“Since she began receiving professional medical care at this conservatory more than 13 years ago, Ms. Spears is clearly in a different place now, and has been for many years,” her legal team said in the court documents.

They continued: ‘The whole world has witnessed Mrs. Spears working tirelessly – with astonishing dedication, precision and excellence – as a musical artist and performer, an exceptional earner for Mr. Spears (and others) who had a financial interest in it. to make sure she would continue to work and perform.’

Further, the documents list Spears’s financial assets: She currently reports $2,730,454 in cash and $57,666,398 in non-cash assets, but that’s likely only part of her financial portfolio; in addition, multiple Morgan Stanley accounts are listed and her homes are valued at $8,455,483.

A hearing on Rubin is scheduled for December 13, and records say Britney plans to attend in person.

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