Britney Spears’ father, Jamie Spears, may be living in a makeshift home, but as a co-defendant in her estate, she earns 16 16,000 a month.
Matthew Rosengart, who represented the singer in court during her conservative fight, said Jamie had been deprived of her daughter’s money for the past 12 years. In court documents filed Monday, he alleged that he had been paying a staggering amount since 2009.
“Mr. Spears has benefited greatly from his daughter’s conservatism. For example, since at least 2009, Mr. Spears has been paying himself محترم 16,000 a month from Ms. Spears Estate, which he Allotted to Ms. Spears. “The lawyer wrote in court documents that were reviewed Internal.
Not only that, but Rosen Garrett revealed that Britney’s father, Ms. Spears Estate, pays herself ایک 2,000 a month for office expenses. He allegedly began to take advantage of the singer when he was removed as a “temporary” protector of his property.
“In addition to this monthly stipend, Mr. Spears himself has paid a portion of the proceeds from Ms. Spears’ performances. “Las Vegas residency last year,” the lawyer wrote in the filing.
Britney reportedly earned about 7 137.7 million from the Las Vegas Residency. , And also sold merchandise, and Jamie received an estimated 2. 1.2 million in deductions. Rosen Garrett alleged that the 69-year-old also received a 2.95% commission on her daughter’s income from her 2011 “Fame Fetal” tour, which accounted for about 500 500,000.
The lawyer argued that Jamie should not have been commissioned because he was not Britney’s manager, agent or music industry professional. He reiterated that Britney’s father was a co-custodian of her residential property and that “her role should be a burden rather than a benefit to conservatism.”
Rosen Garrett’s filing follows a request to remove the father of three as co-conservator of Brittany State for the past 13 years. Instead, the singer asked the court to appoint Jason Rubin, a CPA at Certified Strategies Inc. in Woodland Hills, California. The lawyer called the move “a reasonable priority to nominate a highly educated, professional trustee in this situation.”