Jamie Spears, Britney Spears’ father, was ordered by a judge to take a deposition and provide all the documentation that Britney’s lawyers have asked for.
Jamie Spears, Britney Spears’ father, was mandated by a judge to take a deposition and hand over any documents that the pop star’s legal team could need. Spears’ father must be deposed in Los Angeles during the next 30 days, the judge ordered.
Brenda Penny has been ordered by a judge to submit all documents related to electronic surveillance. As Variety reported, Jamie Spears hired a security firm to put his daughter under constant surveillance throughout her conservatorship, including claims of monitoring her phone and bugging her bedroom to record her private conversations.
This action is advantageous to the singer and suggests that the court believes there is cause to investigate the shocking allegations. Jamie Spears‘ attorney, Alex Weingarten, asked the court to provide his team access to the singer’s team’s records so they could use them to prepare for his client’s deposition before the judge reached a judgment on these petitions.
“It is an affidavit.No ambush, “Before Judge Penny rejected his plea, Weingarten said something in the courtroom. During the hearing at the Los Angeles Superior Courthouse, Weingarten and Mathew Rosengart, the pop star’s attorney, got into a heated argument.
She had her conservatorship terminated a year prior and had been involved in a protracted legal battle with her father; therefore, the session on Wednesday represented a huge victory for her. Spears was placed under a court-ordered conservatorship in 2008 by her father, who acted as her sole conservator for the majority of the 13 years.
After more than a decade of legal battles against the arrangement, the conservatorship was finally terminated in November 2021 after Spears’ father was suspended by the court in September 2021.
The artist’s team and the record label are still at odds legally, despite the singer having more flexibility currently. After the hearing on Wednesday, the singer may still be deposed by her father’s legal team.
Before the hearing on July 27 hearing, the judge ordered attorneys for both sides to give their arguments as to why the Toxic singer should or should not take a deposition.