Britney Spears’ prerogative when it comes to her conservatorship is to get her father, Jamie Spears, out altogether, Page Six has discovered.
“Britney’s primary focus is having Jamie removed from the case,” a supply tells us. “She feels that ending the conservatorship entirely can always be discussed down the road, but right now the issue is Jamie.”
The pop star, 39, is set to address Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny, who presides over her conservatorship case, for the primary time at a standing listening to on June 23.
Although Britney has not attended latest hearings, her court-appointed legal professional, Samuel D. Ingham III, has voiced on behalf of the “Toxic” singer the problems she allegedly has together with her dad.
In November, Britney stated by way of her lawyer that she was “afraid” of Jamie, 68, and “will not perform” with him in command of her profession. She was additionally reportedly upset that he hired a new manager with out consulting her.
Jamie has been a co-conservator because the conservatorship’s inception in 2008, when Britney had a public breakdown.
Britney requested in March that Montgomery’s function become permanent. It continues to be pending the judge’s approval.
However, Jamie continues to function a co-conservator of his daughter’s multimillion-dollar property — overseeing all of her finances — alongside a non-public agency, Bessemer Trust.
According to our supply, Britney desires Jamie eliminated solely in order that she will be able to resume “a ‘normal’ life.”
“She relishes in simple pleasures like driving her car and going on vacation,” the supply says. “Sure, she is able to do as she pleases within her own home — to an extent — but whenever she wants to step foot outside, it immediately has to become a bigger conversation because security guards and lawyers and other people all need to get involved.”
Recently, Britney has made extra public appearances than typical. She attended a wedding with her longtime boyfriend, Sam Asghari, final month and was additionally photographed on a shopping spree in Malibu.
Our supply says Britney acknowledges that the conservatorship “isn’t something that can end overnight,” so that’s “not her immediate goal.”
The insider provides, “Right now, she just wants her dad out because his role has come between them numerous times and has damaged their relationship.”
Ingham acknowledged in court docket in February, “It is no secret that my client does not want her father as co-conservator [with Bessemer Trust], but we recognize that removal is a separate issue.”
He declined Page Six’s request for touch upon Wednesday, telling us, “Sorry, but I can’t comment on a pending case.”
Meanwhile, Jamie and his legal professionals have denied that he and Britney are at odds, although he did admit to CNN in December that that they had not spoken since August.
Jamie’s legal professional Vivian Thoreen, for her half, claimed on “Good Morning America” in February that Britney has “never asked [Jamie] to step aside” from the conservatorship.
“Like any parent, he doesn’t always see eye-to-eye on what Britney may want,” Thoreen added. “Jamie unquestionably loves Britney, and he misses her very much.”
Jamie has additionally blasted supporters of the #FreeBritney motion who consider he doesn’t have his daughter’s greatest curiosity at coronary heart, telling Page Six, “It’s up to the court of California to decide what’s best for my daughter. It’s no one else’s business.”
He added, “I love my daughter. I love all my kids. But this is our business. It’s private.”
Reps for Jamie didn’t instantly return our requests for remark.