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Fireworks went off in court on Wednesday at Britney Spears’ latest hearing, as the singer and her father’s attorneys went head-to-head in a continuous and contentious legal battle that last roughly three hours.

Though the conservatorship has been terminated, the fight between the pop star and her father, Jamie Spears, persists, primarily revolving around a disagreement over payment for ongoing attorney fees and allegations that the pop star was eavesdropped on by a secret surveillance apparatus with her father’s involvement.

“Lies!” exclaimed Spears attorney, Mathew Rosengart, pointing his finger at Alex Weingarten, the elder Spears’ lawyer, accusing him of making “nonsensical” and “preposterous” claims. “He should be admonished,” Rosengart told Judge Brenda Penny. “He has attacked me. He has attacked this court. And it is intolerable.”

Rosengart’s impassioned comments came after Weingarten accused Rosengart of making up false stories — such as the surveillance claims — and planting those stories with the press.


“Virtually everything that is alleged is demonstratively false or taken out of context,” Weingarten told the judge, after Rosengart said his firm has “strong evidence” that Spears’ father was involved in “very intense and potentially illegal” surveillance over the star, which was first alleged by the New York Times in their bombshell reporting last fall.


“It didn’t happen!” Weingarten shouted, standing up in front of the judge, speaking about the eavesdropping claims. Weingarten did not provide any evidence on disagreeing with the surveillance allegations, other than theorizing that Rosengart planted the story with the media.


As revealed in a court filing yesterday, Rosengart’s firm has retained a former FBI special agent to help conduct an investigation into Spears’ father’s management of her estate during the conservatorship; the filing stated that the investigation corroborated claims in the New York Times that the singer’s father had hired a security firm, Black Box, to secretly run surveillance on his famous daughter, monitoring her phone and planting a listening device into her bedroom, which captured communications with her counsel and her therapy sessions.


“The problem is we are fighting with our hands behind our back,” Weingarten told the judge, expressing that Rosengart is using the media and the pop star is using her social media, in order to get their side of the story out, he said. Weingarten then asked the court to unseal records from the entire case, so that people can hear the “truth.” He said the “public has the right to know.”


Rosengart categorized the “attacks” as “disgraceful.”


Weingarten then asked the judge to schedule a date to file a motion to unseal all records from the entire conservatorship case. The judge did not immediately set a date, and appeared to exhibit some reluctance, referencing the court’s busy calendar.


“We don’t think a father who loves his daughter would file to unseal her medical records,” Rosengart told the judge, stating that the elder Spears is only looking to save his own reputation, calling his lawyer’s request to unseal records “offensive” and “highly inappropriate.”


Though Spears’ conservatorship was terminated last fall, it may take months before an agreement can be reached, with the attorneys still fighting over whether the singer must pay legal bills incurred by her father when he was in charge of her finances.


The next major hearing in the case was set for July 27.


A separate hearing was set for March 16, regarding Rosengart’s objections to attorney fees requested by the lawyers for the star’s mother Lynne Spears. A hearing still needs to be set to deal with the singer’s former business manager, Tri Star Sports and Entertainment, quashing subpoenas served by the star’s legal team. (Rosengart has accused Tri Star of “stonewalling” his attempts to obtain information for his client and has said his firm was forced to issue two subpoenas because they would not voluntarily cooperate.)


The only significant order on Wednesday came from Penny, ruling it was not necessary to set aside a reserve from Spears’ estate — a request from Weingarten, who asked the judge to order that a certain amount of money be set aside in the meantime, to ensure that the attorneys can get paid eventually.


Before Penny’s ruling in the singer’s favor, Rosengart said the conservatorship has already been terminated, so his client has complete control over her money. He argued that if, eventually, there is a request for her to make more payments on attorneys fees, the court can make that order down the line.


“Let’s remember why this conservatorship was put in place,” Weingarten said. “Ms. Spears was irresponsible with her finances.”


The judge quickly shut down Weingarten’s statement. “Please, let’s not go there,” Penny said. “Let’s not go down that road.”



In a video showing off her "New ...Baby One More Time outfit," a.k.a. a tied-up white button down and green plaid skirt, the pop star wrote a message to Jamie Lynn in the caption.

After Jamie Lynn Spears said she “felt like an afterthought” in her sister’s shadow, Britney Spears took to Instagram on Tuesday (Jan. 18) to set the record straight.
In a video showing off her “New …Baby One More Time outfit,” a.k.a. a tied-up white button down and green plaid skirt, the pop star wrote a message to Jamie Lynn in the caption. “In life a lot of people say “DO I MATTER ????” … try eating alone for 4 months morning [sun emoji] … noon [clock emoji] … and night [moon emoji] Jamie Lynn,” she wrote.
“I asked myself every day ‘DOES ANYBODY CARE ??? WTF ??? DO I MATTER ???’ I would honestly be very interested to see your pretty face in the setting I was forced to be in and asking yourself ‘DO I MATTER ???'” she continued. “I didn’t get to cry [crying emoji] … I had to be strong … TOO STRONG [muscle flex emoji] !!!”
Britney concluded with a final message assuring her sister, “So yes … YOU DO MATTER and don’t you ever think for one f–king second you don’t,” she said.”
See Britney’s latest post here.
The post comes just one day after Jamie Lynn appeared on an episode of Spotify’s Call her Daddy podcast in which she described to host Alex Cooper what it felt like growing up with a worldwide superstar older sister.
“I always felt like an afterthought, I literally was, I just learned to stay out of the way,” Jamie Lynn told Cooper. “I was so proud of her, I was like I know how hard she worked and I admired her, and it was so cool I got to witness the coolest things watching her live out her dreams. So for me it was like stay out of the way and let this experience happen because this was the goal everyone wanted and they got it so I just need to not mess anything up for anybody.”
And though Jamie’s Things I Should Have Said memoir roll-out has led to a public rift between the sisters, Jamie Lynn noted that Britney’s legendary work ethic has been “nothing but an inspiration to me” and that she truly does not feel jealous of her sister’s success. “I got to experience watching a woman take over the f—ing world. How can I be jealous of that?” she said.

Earlier this week, Jamie Lynn appeared on “Good Morning America” and said she “only ever loved and supported” sister Britney “and she knows that,” but as ABC News’ Juju Chang noted, her book also describes Britney’s behaviour as “erratic, paranoid and spiralling.”

“She was never around me much 15 years ago at that time,” Britney reacted in a lengthy statement on Twitter, “so why are they even talking about that unless she wants to sell a book at my expense?”

Britney added, “I know it may sound like a silly thing to most people, but I wrote a lot of my songs, and my sister was the baby. She never had to work for anything. Everything was always given to her!!!”

One of Jamie Lynn Spears’ old co-stars is speaking out.

In a post on Instagram, actress Alexa Nikolas shared a lengthy post in response to her former “Zoey 101” castmate’s new memoir, Things I Should Have Said.

“I was pretty surprised to see her lying up a storm in there,” Nikolas said of the book.

She explained that she had thought she was on good terms with Jamie Lynn of late, having been invited to appear in her “Zoey 101”-themed music video.


Nikolas said that despite that, she unfollowed her old co-star amid the drama involving Britney Spears, writing, “Once again I felt Jamie was being fake. Her reaching out all of a sudden felt really insincere.”

She added, “I have no idea what is going on over there with her but I want absolutely nothing to do with it.”

Referring to a “gift” Jamie Lynn supposedly wanted to give her, Nikolas called it a “typical move for a bully to play the victim card/gaslight others while straight up lying.”

She also said Jamie Lynn never ran any of the claims in her memoir by her “because she knows everything she is saying is a total lie,” adding, “It’s sad to see someone not change after all these years.”

Finally, Nikolas stated, “Nothing that she said in her book about me actually happened. I wish I could go back in time and tell my 12-year-old self that you are actually extremely lucky to not have a friend like her. You are way better off without her. You don’t need toxic people in your life like that and you deserve better. And that’s the truth on that. I don’t mind saying all the things I should say for free.”



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