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Britney Spears' Personal Conservator Hits Back At Jamie Spears' Claims That She Is Mentally Sick

Britney Spears' Personal Conservator Hits Back At Jamie Spears' Claims That She Is Mentally Sick

Jodi Montgomery, who is Britney Spears‘ personal conservator, is putting Jamie Spears on blast over the latest comments about his daughter.

In the claims that were filed with new court documents, Jamie alleged that Jodi personally reached out to him over concerns of Britney‘s behavior and that she might need to be placed under a 5150 psychiatric hold.

Click inside to read more about the allegations…

“On July 9, 2021, I received a phone call from Ms. Montgomery,” Jamie stated in the documents, via Variety. “During our call, Ms. Montgomery sounded very distraught and expressed how concerned she was about my daughter’s recent behavior and overall mental health. Ms. Montgomery explained that my daughter was not timely or properly taking her medications, was not listening to the recommendations of her medical team and refused to even see some of her doctors.”

Jodi is insisting that not all of that is true.

Laurieann Wright, an attorney for Jodi, shared a statement with the trade paper, saying that “Ms. Montgomery does have concerns about Ms. Spears’ ‘recent behavior and overall mental health,’ as set forth in Jamie Spears’ Declaration dated August 6, 2021. Due to medical privacy, Ms. Montgomery cannot go into those concerns with any further detail except to say that having her father Jamie Spears continuing to serve as her Conservator instead of a neutral professional fiduciary is having a serious impact on Ms. Spears’ mental health.”

“Notably, Jamie Spears has yet to resign as Ms. Spears’ Conservator of the Person, which is why Ms. Montgomery continues to serve as Temporary Conservator of the Person,” the statement continued. “It is in Ms. Spears’ best interests that her father step down as her Conservator, so he can go back to just being Ms. Spears’ father, and working on a healthy, supportive father-daughter relationship.”

Jodi does deny that she suggested Britney be placed under a psychiatric hold.

“Mr. Spears’ declaration misrepresents what Ms. Montgomery said to him in relation to a potential 5150 psychiatric hold for Ms. Spears,” the statement says. “At no time did Ms. Montgomery express to Mr. Spears that Ms. Spears would currently qualify for such a hold. The concern that Ms. Montgomery did raise to Mr. Spears during their telephone call is that forcing Ms. Spears to take the stand to testify or to have her evaluated would move the needle in the wrong direction for her mental health.”

Jodi‘s attorney also made a statement on if she was involved in Britney‘s admittance to a facility in 2019.

“As Case Manager, Ms. Montgomery worked under the sole direction and control of Jamie Spears,” the lawyer shared. “She had no power or authority to place Britney Spears in any facility as a Case Manager — only Jamie Spears had that power in March 2019.”

They continued, “It is unequivocally not true that it was Ms. Montgomery and Sam Ingham ‘who admitted Ms. Spears to a facility in early 2019.’ In fact, that would have been impossible. Neither a Case Manager nor a Court Appointed Counsel could have had that power, either working alone or together. Only the Conservator of the Person would have had that power (with the Conservatee’s consent) – and, again, that was Jamie Spears in March 2019.”

Just days ago, Britney asked the court for the immediate removal of her father as Conservator of her Estate.

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