It looks like Britney Spears's father Jamie Spears has not tired of ruining her life. After more than a decade of having the Princess of Pop under a conservatorship, controlling all her money and assets, she finally was freed thanks to her lawyer Mathew Ronsegart, however, now Mr. Spears is back at it and trying to bring back her daughter to court.
After all the damage Jamie Spears has done, some fans are wondering how come he is legally fighting Britney Spears. Well, after the conservatorship ended the singer took control of her social media platforms and has shared bits of information about her life throughout the years she was under the conservatorship.
Among other things, Britney Spears has declared that her father and the team that worked for him tried to control her in every sense possible. From what she ate, her medical decisions like putting a DUI against her will, and how she spent her money to who visited her and who could talk to her.
Well, now Jamie Spears wants to bring Britney Spears back to court for a deposition in order to clarify that what she has said to the fans is apparently false. "Britney's counsel claims Britney is exempt from discovery obligations regarding her allegations of wrongdoing, but Jamie has a right to prepare his case and depose Britney, as she is the individual making unsupported claims against him," Jamie Spears's lawyer, Alex Weingarten, wrote in a declaration.
Jamie's lawyer continued his declaration by saying that what Britney Spears has said on social media about her father is false, although if she is correct she can prove it otherwise.
"Accordingly, Britney either: (1) has the knowledge about her allegations that she professes to have in court filings and on social media; or (2) has no such knowledge or support and simply believes that she can say whatever she wants in court and on social media regardless of whether her allegations are true."
The tricky part here is that Britney's lawyer Mathew Rosengart filed a motion to have Jamie Spears brought to court to be deposed. According to People Magazine, the first notice happened on Oct. 20, 2021, and since then Jamie Spears has missed eight dates offered for a deposition.
Mr. Spears can run, but he cannot forever hide from his legal and fiduciary obligations," Rosengart declared. "After using his daughter's money for more than 13 years to fund his legal fees and expenses, for the first time, Mr. Spears will now have to pay his own legal fees."