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- Britney Spears’ long-term manager and court-appointed lawyer have stepped back in her ongoing regulatory struggle.
- Manager Larry Rudolph said that the singer “expressed her intention to retire formally” and did not need his services, while lawyer Samuel Ingham resigned without giving any reason.
- The news came after Britney spoke in explosive testimony in court last month that her supervision was “abusive.”
Britney Spears’ court-appointed lawyer resigned on her controversial guardianship on Tuesday, a day before her long-term manager resigned and said the pop star planned to retire and no longer needed his services.
According to court documents, Samuel Ingham, a lawyer who has been representing the interests of the singer in the legal arrangement, filed his resignation in Los Angeles. He did not give any reasons, but said he will continue to hold the position until a new lawyer is appointed.
in a Explosive testimony Last month, the singer told a judge in Los Angeles that a 13-year court-approved regulation that controlled her personal and business affairs was abusive, and said she wanted to regain control of her life, including choices Own lawyer.
Spears has not yet submitted the documents needed to begin and end the regulatory process.
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At the same time, Larry Rudolph, who has managed the singer’s 25-year career, said that Spears has been “expressing her intention to officially retire” and he is stepping down.
“As her manager, I believe that it is in Britney’s best interest to resign from her team because my professional services are no longer needed,” Rudolph said in the letter, which was sent to Spears’ father, Jie. Mi and her co-administrator Jody Montgomery.
Since the end of his last world tour in October 2018, the 39-year-old Spears has not performed in public.
The singer’s testimony last month plunged regulators into chaos.
Both Jamie Spears and Montgomery denied responsibility for many of the issues she complained about, and the financial company Bessemer Trust, which was selected to help manage her business affairs last year, also denied it. Request deletion.
Montgomery said in a statement on Tuesday that Spears has asked her to continue serving as the interim custodian of the pop star’s personal and medical affairs, and she has agreed.
The next court hearing for the takeover will be held next week.
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