Meanwhile, a temporary financial manager has been appointed in the lead-up to the next session in the incubation process. This is John Zabel, the California accountant who introduced Britney’s attorney Matthew Rosengart.
In addition, Britney also wants Jodi Montgomery, the current director of her personal life, to continue to play the role. Not as an official court-appointed guardian, but rather for practical support when she can once again pick up the thread of her personal life. This may be part of a potential transitional arrangement, after the official end of that long period of administration.
On November 12, a judge will finally decide whether Britney Spears’ imprisonment will end after more than 13 years. Separately, there will also be an investigation of all kinds of abhorrent practices by Jimmy Spears during his years as a supervisor.
Not only did he pay himself a much richer salary than his singing daughter. As a guardian, Jamie Spears monitored his daughter’s cell phone movement for years – without her permission – and even had bugs installed in Britney’s bedroom. “Everything he did was in her best interest,” his lawyer, Vivian Touraine, repeated during the last hearing.
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