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Britney Spears’ manager resigns — attorney expected to follow

Britney Spears’ manager resigns — attorney expected to follow

Manager for Britney Spears resigns, attorney expected to follow

Pop Princess Britney Spears has not performed in public since her last world tour ended in October 2018. Her longtime manager has also resigned, stating that the pop star plans to retire and no longer needs his services. In addition, her court-appointed attorney also wants to step down as reported on July 6.

Manager for Britney Spears resigns, attorney expected to follow
Britney Spears with her abusive father, Jamie Spears

Britney Spears’ manager resigns — attorney expected to follow

Larry Rudolph has managed the singer’s career for 25 years. He spoke about the issue in a letter released to media outlets late on Monday. Rudolph mentioned that he had become aware that Spears had been “voicing her intention to officially retire.”

The letter was sent to Spears’ father Jamie and her co-conservator Jodi Montgomery. Rudolph said,

“As her manager, I believe it is in Britney’s best interest for me to resign from her team as my professional services are no longer needed.”

In an explosive testimony last month, she spoke about her controversial conservatorship. She told a Los Angeles judge that the 13-year court-approved conservatorship was abusive. It has controlled her personal and business affairs and said she wanted to take back control of her own life. She has yet to file the formal documents needed to start that process.

Celebrity media website TMZ.com said that attorney Samuel Ingham was planning to file papers asking to be dismissed from his role. For context, he was appointed to represent the singer’s interests in the legal arrangement.

Spears told the judge in June that she wanted to choose her own attorney. Ingham did not respond to a request for comment.

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The singer’s testimony last month has thrown the conservatorship into disarray.

Both Jamie Spears and Montgomery have denied responsibility for some of the problems she complained about. On the other hand, Bessemer Trust has also asked to be removed. It is the financial company that was chosen last year to help manage her business affairs,

The next court hearing in the conservatorship is due to take place next week.

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