Judge rejects Jamie Spears’ motion to force Britney’s statement

Britney Spears A Los Angeles judge ruled Wednesday she would not sit for her father’s so-called “revenge statement.”

Judge Brenda Penney upheld her provisional order at an afternoon hearing and spared the “Toxic” singer after an argument by Britney’s lawyer, Matthew Rosengart. jamie spears’ Lawyers would leave their client “traumatized again.”

In the bench’s decision, the judge said the pop star was “potentially lacking” about her father’s controversial conduct, including his alleged spying, which could not be obtained through “alternative, less cumbersome means”. could.

“For example, the subject of surveillance is well within the scope of a pending petition to object to payments related to unauthorized surveillance, however, Mr. Spears is expected to receive similar and potentially further responses through other means of discovery. Chances are,” Judge Penny said. ,

Jamie sought to tell her superstar daughter about the “unfounded claims” made against her, as Britney fought a December 15, 2021 plea for more money from her estate to cover her legal fees. In a hearing two weeks ago, Rosengart described the effort as “revenge statement“Arguing that his client has no direct knowledge of the alleged misdeeds of his father as he was kept in the dark during that period. The stereotype of about 14 years that was dismantled last November.

In a subsequent ruling on Wednesday, Judge Penny denied Jamie’s motion to obtain a finding from Kroll Associates, which determined that Jamie had committed himself for his services at his daughter’s estate between 2008 and the end of 2020. Paid over $6.3 million.

Judge Penney did not issue a final decision on the motions pending for presentation to Rosengart tri star Executives Robin Greenhill and Lou Taylor. It fixed August 24 as the subsequent date for hearing on that matter.

Greenhill and Taylor fighting summons From Brittany’s lawyer for almost a year. According to Rosengart, Taylor was working lockstep with Jamie in 2008, when Britney’s controversial conservatism first took the ground. Lawyer claims evidence shows Trai Starr siphoned off money from Brittany’s estate, raking in more than $18 million in an alleged boyfriend deal, and Greenhill swindled Superstar through surveillance of her private communications. took part in an effort to control.

Rosengart zeroed in on Greenhill after being singled out in blockbuster statement Created by former Spears security employee Alex Vlasov in new York Times document controlling britney spears,

According to Vlasov, Greenhill actually proposed plans to “mirror” Britney’s iCloud account to monitor her text messages, notes, call logs, browser history and photos. He said Jamie Spears and Greenhill were on a group chat with Aidan Yemini, the head of Black Box, the security company that tracks Britney’s personal lives.

“Aidan would bring me text messages to Brittany, and he would ask me to encrypt those messages and give it to her so that she could pass it on to Robin and Jamie,” Vlasov said. “They will oversee conversations with her friends, with her mother, with her lawyer, Sam Ingham.”

Vlasov claimed that at one point, Yemini had “an audio recording device installed in Brittany’s bedroom.”

In the affidavit dated 4 November with his motion to rescind the summons, Greenhill claimed that “no one at TriStar ever suggested monitoring Ms. Spears’ electronic communications.” She denied any knowledge of an “electronic surveillance device hidden in Ms Spears’ bedroom”. She and Taylor suggested that Rosengart’s request for a record 14 years earlier was “totally broad” because Tri Star was not involved in Britney’s career or the creation of Guardians in early February 2008.

“Tri Star played no part in suggesting the establishment of conservatism,” Greenhill wrote.

According to Rosengart and his co-lawyer Kyle Freeney, Greenhill’s statements were false. In an affidavit dated July 1, Freeney told the court that Black Box had produced Word documents containing screenshots of Britney’s text messages, and Yemini shared the texts with Jamie and Greenhill via email between 2016 and 2019. was.

Lawyers also provided an email to the court on January 1, 2008, sent to Taylor by Geraldine Vial, Jamie’s attorney, discussing the best time to file for guardianship.

“Lu, we’ve run into a problem with our judge selection – the only judge who will be able to hear our case on Friday is [judge] Which won’t give Jamie the power to give Bee psychotropic drugs. She was off the bench for the first time on Wednesday. This is the first safe day to come to court in this case,” Wyle wrote in an email a month before Brittany was granted guardianship. “If we go first, all this work can be done for almost nothing.”

In a subsequent email to Jamie Spears on January 17, 2008, Taylor wrote that she had already spoken to others about Andrew Wallet, the man who eventually became Jamie’s co-mentor. Taylor wrote, “He and Trai Starr will be co-starring you, meaning their company will be joining Wallet as another co-patron. That never happened.”

“Tri Starr’s own internal emails – obtained from a third party – demonstrate that Trie Starr’s Lou Taylor played an important role in Ms Spears’ affairs in the early and early days of conservatism,” Rosengart said in a July 1 filing. I told the court. ,

Lawyers for Trai Star and Greenhill countered that the alleged black box documents, along with Taylor’s email, were not authenticated and were rumours.

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