Britney Spears’ brother-in-law has insisted that her family want only what is best for them.
The 39-year-old pop star spoke out in court on Wednesday (6/23/21) to brand the conservatory, which has put her father Jamie Spears in control of their affairs since 2008, as “abusive” and accuse their other relatives of ” Nothing to do”. “To help her, but Jamie Watson – who is married to Jamie Lynn Spears – has now spoken out to defend his wife and the rest of the clan.
He told the New York Post, “I can assure you that your family loves you and wants the best for you.
“I wouldn’t be around people who weren’t. Who wouldn’t want to support Britney? “
During the hearing, Britney claimed she was prevented from having children with her boyfriend Sam Asghari because she was not allowed to have an IUD contraceptive removed and claimed her team changed her medication when she decided to take a break from her las Vegas to become resident.
She said, “Lithium is a very, very strong and completely different drug from what I was used to.
“You can become mentally affected if you take too much, if you stay on it for more than five months. But [my dad] lay down on it and I felt drunk. I couldn’t even really talk to my mom or dad about anything.
“Not only did my family do nothing, my father was for it, too.
“Everything that happened to me had to be approved by my dad. And my dad pretended not to know that I was told that I need to be tested over the Christmas holidays before they send me away when my kids go home walk.” Louisiana. He was the one who approved everything. My whole family didn’t do anything. “
The “Stronger” singer, who pays her father around $ 16,000 a month plus $ 2,000 a month for renting office space in his role as a co-restorer, as well as a percentage of the profits from her businesses, accused her relatives of they pressured to keep the conservatory to make money.
She said, “Given that my family has been living off my conservatory for 13 years, I wouldn’t be surprised if one of them had something to say and said, ‘We don’t think this should end, we have to help’ her . ‘ Especially when I’m fair to expose what they did to me. “
However, a lawyer acting on behalf of her mother, Lynne, who split from Jamie in 2002, told the court his client was a “very concerned” mother and encouraged the judge to listen to the Womanizer’s request, hers hire their own private lawyer and change their care plan.