Britney Spears' doctors on board to have dad removed from conservatorship Content Exchange

Britney Spears’ doctors agree that her father, Jamie Spears, should be removed from her conservatorship.

The ‘Toxic’ singer is currently in court trying to have Jamie removed as the conservator of her estate, and in new legal documents, it has been claimed Britney’s medical team now agrees that her father having this position is unhealthy for the musician.

Jodi Montgomery – who is the conservator of Britney’s person – has joined the petition to have Jamie removed, and said in the filing that both she and Britney’s doctors are in agreement that Jamie’s presence is not healthy for Britney.

The filing, obtained by The Blast, states: “In further support of the Removal Petition and Appointment Petition, and in her role as Conservator of the Person of Ms. Spears, Ms. Montgomery respectfully notes that Ms. Spears’s medical team agrees that it is not in the best interest of the (Britney) for Mr. Spears to be and remain Conservator of the Estate.”

In a recent court document, Britney and her legal team said they want a certified public accountant to take over as the co-conservator of her estate, and suggested Jason Rubin for the role.

The documents, filed by Britney’s legal team, read: “Ms. Spears respectfully submits that the Court should appoint her nominee; in that, it is an objectively intelligent preference to nominate a highly qualified, professional fiduciary in this circumstance.

“Moreover, Ms. Spears respectfully submits that, given the Court’s recognition at the July 14, 2021, hearing that Ms. Spears has sufficient capacity to choose her own legal counsel, she likewise has sufficient capacity to make this nomination.”

If Jason replaces Jamie, Britney would have him take over her health care decisions – which are currently monitored by Jodi – in addition to managing her estate and real estate.

Britney has been under conservatorship since her public meltdown in 2008, and has been in court trying to regain her freedoms since June.

This article originally ran on Content Exchange

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