Britney’s former guardian commented on her situation.
In the early 2000s, Britney Spears was recognized as mentally unstable and her guardians were appointed, who at that time were her father Jamie Spears and lawyer Andrew Wallet. The latter managed Britney’s estate for some time.
Andrew recently commented on the scandalous story of the singer’s guardianship and suggested that guardianship over her will continue until the end of her life. He noted that the star still does not have the right to sign documents and make important decisions, her finances are also controlled.
The main question is whether the guardianship is in Britney’s interests. I personally believe guardianship is in her best interest. The protection of its assets is important, and for this it is necessary to retain the right to manage them,
Wallet said. He noted that many people are under care all their lives.
I’m not saying this will definitely happen to Britney, but it can be
– specified Andrew.
It is important to note that the main problem in the story of Britney’s guardianship is not the fact of guardianship itself, but that her father allegedly abuses his powers. This year, Spears began to fight her father through the courts, trying to deprive him of this status. Since the fall of last year, for several months, the powers of the guardian were transferred to her assistant, Jodie Montgomery, and Britney would like to assign these powers to her. But in August, guardian status returned to Jamie Spears. Britney’s lawyers emphasize that she does not refuse guardianship in general and even recognizes its necessity, but does not want her father to be the guardian.
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