Britney Spears' Lawyer Asks Court to remove Jamie Spears as Co-conservator of the Pop star's Estate

Rather than notifying the Pop Princess, Jamie allegedly hired his daughter a new business manager.

Photo: Instagram/Britney Spears

In court papers filed on November 3, Britney Spears' court-appointed lawyer Samuel Ingham said that if the singer's father is permitted to hold his position, it will make Spears "suffer loss and injury."

Ingham asked the court to immediately remove Jamie as soon as Spears' new conservator, Bessemer Trust, is appointed, as reported by Billboard.

Photo: Instagram/Britney Spears

Ingham filed the motion in a Los Angeles court after the "Toxic" singer recently learned through a letter from her father's lawyer that Lou Taylor had resigned without giving her any notice.

Taylor of Tri-Star Sports and Entertainment Group is Spears' longtime business manager. Meanwhile, rather than notifying the Pop Princess, Jamie allegedly hired his daughter a new business manager, Michael Kane of Miller Kaplan.

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Ingham informed Judge Brenda Penny, who is overseeing Spears' case, that his client does not want Jamie to keep on filling in as the co-conservator of her estate.

The multi-awarded singer is requesting that the judge appoint Bessemer Trust Company in Jamie's place. Ingham, on the other hand, is asking the judge to appoint a neutral corporate fiduciary to control the books and records of Spears.

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