A judge has ordered Britney Spears’ father to produce documents related to alleged documents pertaining to surveillance of his pop star daughter.
In response, Jamie Spears’ lawyer said he’s “eager to testify and set the record straight.”
The world continues to turn when it comes to being Britney and her support still remains high.
E! News described the latest this way: “During a Los Angeles court hearing on July 13 that E! News was present for, Judge Brenda Penny ruled that Jamie must sit for a deposition and produce documents related to the alleged surveillance of Britney as part of an ongoing investigation into his role as conservator of her estate.”
Jamie now has 30 days from the time of the ruling to turn over the documents and will be deposed by Aug. 12.
Britney’s lawyer, Matthew Rosengart, called the ruling “correct” in a statement to E! News.
Jamie’s legal team wasn’t so favorable. Far from it.
What does Jamie’s side say about this?
“When the court has the opportunity to review actual evidence,” Alex Weingarten, Jamie’s lawyer, told E! News. “Not just the wild and baseless accusations being hurled by Britney and her counsel, we know that Jamie will be vindicated.”
All is part of weird, ongoing battle between Jamie and Britney that was once the subject of a Netflix documentary, Britney vs. Spears.
Britney was placed under a court-ordered conservatorship by Jamie in 2008, which ran until 2021. Jamie had acted as her sole conservator for nearly 13 years.
Nonetheless, the situation remains messy and there seems to be no resolution in sight.