He’s had it. Britney Spears‘father, Jamie Spears, the # FreeBritney movement called “a joke” amid speculation surrounding the pop star’s long-running conservatory.
“All these conspiracy theorists don’t know anything,” said Jamie, 68 Page six of the New York Post on Saturday, August 1. “The world has no idea. It’s up to the California court to decide what’s best for my daughter. It is nobody else’s business. ‘
He claimed that the #FreeBritney movement has led people to ‘be stalked and targeted by death threats,’ adding, ‘It’s terrible. We don’t want that kind of fans. ‘
Jamie continued, “I love my daughter. I love all my children. But this is our business. It’s private.”
Spears’ patriarch also denied rumors that he had been stolen from his daughter’s estate. “I have to report every penny spent to court every year,” he said. “How the hell can I steal something?”
#FreeBritney is an online movement started by fans who think Britney, 38, is being held against her will because of her curatorship. The brother of the “Toxic” singer, Bryan, weighed in on the speculation during the July 23 episode of the podcast “As Not Seen on TV”.
“She always wanted to leave [the conservatorship], ”Said 43-year-old Bryan. “It is very frustrating to have. Whether someone comes in peace to help or comes in with an attitude, it must be frustrating when someone constantly tells you to do something. ”
He added, “I know that [fans] it feels like she’s being locked up in some capacity or being held against her will, but I can’t really speak for them. ‘
Jamie Lynn Spears also recently spoke in support of her sister after a person questioned Britney’s “obvious mental illness” in July.
“You have no right to say anything about my sister,” said the Zoey 101 alum, 29, replied. “And I have no right to speak about HER health and personal matters. She is a strong, tough, unstoppable woman, and that’s all that is CLEAR. ‘
Britney was placed under conservatorship by her father following a public meltdown and a stay in a psychiatric ward at UCLA Medical Center in 2008. Her father was her curator from 2008 to September 2019, when he temporarily relinquished his powers to Britney’s healthcare manager. , Jodi Montgomery, due to persistent health problems.
Britney’s mother, Lynne Spearshas meanwhile become more active in the case of her daughter. Earlier this month, she filed court documents demanding “special notice” of “all matters” regarding the trust Britney had established in 2004.
The conservatory of the “Everytime” singer has been extended until at least August 22. A source said Us weekly in March, Britney – who canceled her stay in Las Vegas in January 2019 – “declared that she no longer wants to work because she doesn’t essentially want to keep herself under the conservatory.”
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