Jamie Spears Breaks His Silence -- Insists Britney Wouldn’t Be ‘Alive’ Without Conservatorship
18.12.2022 - 21:15
Jamie Spears is speaking out for the first time in a long, long time about Britney Spears’ controversial conservatorship!
As you know, the 41-year-old singer was placed in a conservatorship in 2008 – with it being split into two parts: her estate/finances and entertainment decisions. Jamie ended up being appointed as the conservator for both, earning a stipend of $16,000 per month. Years later, following a lengthy legal battle, Britney was freed from the arrangement in November 2021. Ever since then, the pop sensation has used her newfound freedom to open up about the hardships she faced over the past 13 years at the hands of Jamie and others. She even spilled in a YouTube video that her dad “controlled everything I did” for a long time, but she “had to go along because I knew they could hurt me.”
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While Jamie has mostly kept quiet about the matter, except for previously saying the #FreeBritney movement was a “joke” that’s “run by conspiracy theorists,” he is now coming forward to double down and defend himself over putting his daughter into the conservatorship! In his first interview in more than a decade on Saturday, the 70-year-old insisted to Dailymail.com that his actions were necessary not only to save Brtiney’s life but to help her relationship with her sons Jayden James and Sean Preston Federline:
Jamie then said he has no contact with Britney or her children at this time. Touching on his falling out with the kids after they got a restraining order against him in 2019 due to an altercation, Jamie expressed:
When it comes to the kids, Jamie shared that the conservatorship was allegedly meant to protect Jayden and Preston. Initially, Kevin
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