Jamie Spears Wants Britney Spears Financial Objections Thrown Out and Upcoming Trial Canceled

Britney Spears' father, Jamie Spears; Britney Spears

Jamie Spears; Britney Spears. PHOTO: 


The legal disputes between Britney Spears and her father, Jamie, continue.

On Tuesday, April 30, Jamie, 71, filed a motion for summary judgment pertaining to financial objections from the 42-year-old singer’s previous conservatorship in an effort to avoid proceeding with a trial, per court documents obtained by PEOPLE.

“Jamie brings this motion because there are no triable issues of material fact and Jamie is entitled to judgment as a matter of law on Britney’s Objections,” reads the filing.

He is seeking a summary judgment regarding Britney’s objections — compensation to Tri Star Sports & Entertainment and payment of attorneys’ fees to Sidley Austin LLP — both of which were made while Jamie was her conservator.

Along with Britney’s two objections, Jamie is seeking a judgment regarding her three requests for more information: accounting compensation to Tri Star Sports & Entertainment, payment of rent for storage space and investment valuation differences.

Jamie Spears

Jamie Spears.


“No triable disputes of material fact exist and there is no basis to waste the Court’s time and resources on a trial of narrow objections that fail as a matter of law. Accordingly, Jamie is entitled to summary judgment (or adjudication) on each of the five issues raised in Britney’s November 6, 2020 filing,” per the court filing.

As a result, Jamie wants a judge to overrule all of the singer’s objections and remove their “May 13, 2024 trial off the calendar.”

Additionally, the court documents state that Jamie wants the twelfth accounting approved, alleging that Britney’s objections “fail as a matter of law” because Jamie “acted within the scope of his authority as conservator when approving the compensation at issue.” Jamie’s counsel also claims that in addition to Britney’s current objections, it is too late for the singer to object to other compensations.

Honoree Britney Spears attends the 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on April 12, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California

Britney Spears on April 12, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California.J. MERRITT/GETTY

This April 30 filing follows the father and daughter’s April 25 settlement regarding their dispute over the legal fees pertaining to the conservatorship battle.
At the time, both parties’ attorneys confirmed with PEOPLE that the pair settled for an undisclosed sum in Los Angeles Superior Court on April 25.

“Although the conservatorship was terminated in November 2021, her wish for freedom is now truly complete,” Britney’s attorney, Mathew S. Rosengart, said in a statement with PEOPLE. “As she desired, her freedom now includes that she will no longer need to attend or be involved with court or entangled with legal proceedings in this matter.”

“Britney Spears won when the court suspended her father, and Britney Spears won when her fundamental rights and civil liberties were restored,” Rosengart continued.

Britney Spears's family: Jamie Spears, Bryan Spears, Jamie-Lynn Spears, Britney Spears and Lynne Spears

Britney Spears’s family: Jamie Spears, Bryan Spears, Jamie-Lynn Spears, Britney Spears and Lynne Spears.


“I cannot comment on any specifics as the settlement is confidential. Jamie is thrilled that this is all behind him. He loves his daughter very much and everything he has ever done has been to protect and support her,” Jamie’s attorney, Alex Weingarten shared in a statement to PEOPLE.

“It is unfortunate that some irresponsible people in Britney’s life chose to drag this on for as long as it has,” Weingarten concluded.

The recent filings follow the 13-year conservatorship that began in 2008. Jamie was removed as the conservator of her estate in September 2021, and the entire conservatorship was terminated two months later.

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