Britney Spears slams ‘bully’ dad Jamie for ‘taking over $6M’ from her during conservatorship & demands money be returned

BRITNEY Spears ripped her father, Jamie, for "taking over $6million" from the iconic pop star during her conservatorship as she's now wants the money back.

In November 2021, Britney's conservatorship officially ended after 13 years without requiring any further mental evaluation.

According to TMZ, the singer's lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, has filed legal documents, which claim that Jamie, 69, engaged in self-dealing, financial and business mismanagement … engaged in abusive and bullying conduct toward his daughter, deprived his daughter of fundamental civil liberties…"

Britney's lawyer also claims the controversial dad did not have a right to the $6 million he earned over the duration of the conservatorship, as the hitmaker hopes the judge from her upcoming hearing will order Jamie to returns the cash.

According to the legal docs, Jamie allegedly used a part of the $6million to pitch a program titled, Cookin' Cruzin' & Chaos.

Aside from the $6million, Mathew claims even more was spent on lawyers for the conservatorship- fees that were said to have totaled $30million.

The January 19 hearing will focus on finances as Jamie allegedly wants his eldest daughter to cover his lawyer fees.

Previous legal docs highlighted the massive amount of Britney’s fortune Jamie gained in past years.

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It read: "… He reportedly received 1.5% of the gross revenues generated by Ms. Spears’s performances and merchandise sales associated with her highly-successful multi-year Las Vegas residency.

“These gross revenues for box office alone were approximately $137.7 million, plus merchandise sales.

“Mr. Spears cut from that residency is estimated to be at least $2.1 million. He also received a 2.95% commission on Ms. Spears’s gross revenues on her 2011 Femme Fatale tour, which yielded him an estimated $500,000…"


Britney was first placed in the strict conservatorship back in 2008, which gave her father control of a majority of her decisions.

In June, the star would make some shocking allegations against her dad during a court hearing.

According to Britney she was not allowed to get married and was forced to get an IUD she cannot take out to have another baby.

Britney shares sons Sean, 16, and Jayden, 15, with her ex-husband Kevin Federline.

However, the 40-year-old gained control back of her life last year after her conservatorship officially ended.


Ever since then Britney has been extremely vocal, slamming her family members especially her younger sister, Jamie Lynn.

In fact, the performer recently shared she wish she would have "slapped" her sibling as well as her mother Lynne, too

Britney and Jamie Lynn have continued to go back-and-forth amid the release of the Zoey 101 actress' memoir Things I Should Have Said.

Plenty of harsh words and claims have been exchanged, including one allegation that Britney once grabbed a knife and locked her and Jamie Lynn in a room.


While speaking to JuJu Chang on ABC, Jamie Lynn reflected on the alleged incident: "I was scared. That was a moment I had.

"I also was fearful to really say anything because I didn't want to upset anybody, but I also was so upset that she didn't feel safe."

Britney would slam the claims, calling them "crazy lies" and telling her sister she's "stooped to a new low."

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