Jamie Spears, Britney’s father and legal guardian since 2008 – when the singer was hospitalized for psychiatric treatment after suffering a nervous breakdown – Britney’s caretaker Jodi Montgomery said the artist is “mentally ill” and she thinks she should be. He was admitted to a psychiatric clinic.
This was revealed by legal documents delivered Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court, where the ruling on guardianship of the singer’s assets is being implemented, prompting Variety magazine.
Jimmy Spears reveals in the documents: “On July 9, 2021, I got a call from Montgomery.” “During that phone call, Montgomery seemed very distraught and expressed concerns about my daughter’s recent behavior and her mental health in general. He explained to me that my daughter was not taking medications properly, not following her team’s directions, and had even refused to see some of her doctors.”
According to Jimmy Spears, the pop princess’s personal guru admitted that “many statements [de Britney Spears] In the recent tests, they were not correct” and attributed them to “the fact that I am mentally ill”. The talk revolves around the artist’s statements, which revealed that she is a victim of “arbitrary guardianship”.
Jodi Montgomery confirmed to the publication her concerns about Britney Spears’ mental health, but denied saying the singer should be taken to the hospital.
“Given medical privacy, Ms. Montgomery cannot go into more detail other than to say that having her father, Jamie Spears, as her legal guardian and not an impartial professional, has a serious impact on Ms. Spears’ mental health,” Judy Montgomery’s attorneys told Variety.
“It would be best for Mrs. Spears if her father gave up being her guardian, so that he could go back to being just Mrs. Spears’ father, and work toward a healthy and nurturing father-daughter relationship,” he said.
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