Jodi’s lawyer told E! News in a July 6 statement that the manager “remains determined to give steadfast support to Ms. Spears in her personal affairs”. The statement said, “Ms. Montgomery will be a restorer for as long as Ms. Spears and the court request.”
On July 14th, Britney said that if she can’t finish the Conservatory entirely, she would like Jodi to stay and help her while Jamie is removed.
The person’s curator would oversee their security guards and other caretakers; Restrict and restrict guests (other than their attorney); plan security and locations for these meetings; Communicate with medical professionals about their health and get access to their medical records, according to Sam’s March 22 petition.
For his part, Jamie called for further investigation by the Conservatory to find out the truth behind the allegations Britney made during her testimony last month. His June 29 complaint stated that he was “concerned about the management and care of his daughter” and wanted the court to investigate “the veracity of his daughter’s allegations and allegations.”
During last month’s explosive testimony, she said her father had a significant amount of “control” over her and said, “My precious body has worked for my father for the past 13 years, trying to be so good and pretty. “They called for the termination of the” abusive “conservatory without further evaluation.
E! News asked Jamie’s attorney to comment. His attorney said last month that Jamie “is sorry to have his daughter suffering and in so much pain” and stated, “Mr. Spears loves his daughter and misses her very much.”
–Reporting from Alli Rosenbloom