Federline issued a statement via his lawyer, lauding the role of Spears’ current care manager in the singer’s conservatorship and insisting he has no involvement.
The conservatorship, managed by Spears’ father, Jamie Spears, up until September 2019, is currently run by Spears’ care manager, Jodi Montgomery. Jamie Spears was removed from the role due to “personal health reasons.”
In November 2020, a judge declined to remove him as the head of her estate and kept him as co-conservator ― despite the singer’s claims through her court-appointed lawyer that she is “afraid of her father” and will “not perform again if her father is in charge of her career.” The judge said at the time that she would “consider further petitions for Jamie Spears’s removal,” per The New York Times.
Federline, through his lawyer Kaplan, also addressed Montgomery’s role in the conservatorship and indicated he thinks Montgomery “has done an admirable job and he has no other position to state with regard to the conservatorship.”
Federline has largely kept quiet amid the calls for Spears’ freedom, but has been in contentious situations with the singer’s father in the past. In 2019, there was a “disagreement” between Jamie Spears and the boys, which led to the grandfather allegedly shaking Sean after breaking down a bedroom door to get to him, according to People. The event led to Federline getting a restraining order against Jamie Spears, which has prohibited contact between the boys and their grandfather ever since.
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