Britney Spears administrator Jody Montgomery “wants her to get rid of supervision” after the singer called it an “abuse of power”
Britney Spears administrator Jody Montgomery said that after the singer called it an “abuse of power,” she “hoped that she would get rid of supervision.”
A source close to the situation said, Jodi Has been “cooperating with a team of experts” to help the toxic singer “finally get rid of supervision.”
Although Britney claimed that supervision was “abuse of authority”, especially how her father Jamie Spears supervised her financial situation, people familiar with the matter insist that the supervisor has been reported and “must be investigated secretly by the court.”
Protectors “are closely monitored to ensure that nothing suspicious happens.” Tell the insider.
Britney has taken steps to make Jodi her permanent administrator.
Starting from the March petition, Britney’s legal team asked Montgomery to serve as the pop star’s permanent protector.
A source close to Britney told Daily mail: “If Jody becomes her administrator, Britney’s situation will change dramatically.
“She didn’t have a job because of her father. She said that as long as her father controls her life, she doesn’t have a job.
“Britney trusts Jody Montgomery-she is really good. Things will get better.”
Last week, the international popular sensation Almost appeared in court Fighting for freedom from her supervision on Wednesday.
Britney Take a stand for herself at her supervisory hearing And said: “I just want to return to my life.”
Passing About 20 minutes by phone, The former teen pop idol claimed that from the beginning, supervision was “meaningless”.
The pop singer said: “I pay people and they control me. I have been working since I was 17, and this kind of supervision is abuse.”
“I don’t think I can live a full life. I don’t even believe in therapy. I always think I can bring it to God.”
The singer mentioned that the regulator did not protect her from paparazzi and had “no privacy.”
Britney continued: “I want to end supervision, I don’t want to be assessed as a prerequisite,” she said.
“During COVID, it took me a year to master my self-care methods. The administrator lied that I could do nothing.”
“I can’t manicure…anything. The administrators are like my father now…they work for me.”
The Gimme More singer explained how she “fears and distrusts people” and is “trapped in the West Lake without privacy”.
She also said, “The paparazzi saw her crying when she left treatment on Tuesday.”