Britney Spears' lawyer accuses singer's father of bullying

Britney Spears’lawyer accuses singer’s father of bullying


Mathew Rosengart, Britney Spears' lawyer, has accused Jamie Spears of trying to “intimidate” his daughter into submitting to a “revenge deposition”.&nbsp ;

At the end of May, Mathew Rosengart filed a motion to compel Jamie Spears to submit to a deposition, during which he will have to answer under oath questions about his conduct as Britney's guardian . He also opposes his request to have his legal costs paid by Britney Spears. Today, he accuses the father's legal advisers of using stonewalling and prevarication tactics to dodge his motion to depose.

Jamie Spears' legal team hit back this month by accusing Britney of dodging their deposition requests because they want to question her under oath about the 'incendiary and unsubstantiated claims' she made against his father on social networks.

In his final deposition in Los Angeles Superior Court, Mathew Rosengart accused Jamie Spears of seeking “revenge” on Britney through a “sham deposition.” “He is now seeking, without any legitimate basis and in good faith, to obtain a fictitious deposition from his daughter, all with the aim of upsetting and intimidating her,” he wrote in the complaint, reports < em>Variety.

Lawyer has asked court to dismiss Jamie Spears' request for what he calls a 'revenge deposition' from singer Toxic. The next hearing on this issue will be on July 13.

Calling Jamie Spears “unworthy” and the request for deposition a “particularly low blow, even from him,” Mathew Rosengart said that Jamie Spears “refuses to just walk away from it. go, as he should, and as any decent man or father would”. “Instead,” he continued, “he chose to rack up legal costs, abuse the legal system, and start a battle he cannot win — all for improper purposes. , while futilely trying to rehabilitate his reputation, which he himself irreparably destroyed long ago.”

In September last year, Jamie Spears was suspended from acting as Britney's guardian, which it had been fulfilling for thirteen years, shortly before it was terminated in November 2021.