Britney's lawyers say Jamie Spears made a shocking amount of money from her conservatorship

Los Angeles, California - Britney Spears' lawyers are accusing her father of "stonewalling" as they continue to request he sit down and give evidence about his conduct during the years of her conservatorship.

#FreeBritney activists have been asking where the star's money has gone for years.
#FreeBritney activists have been asking where the star's money has gone for years.  © MATT WINKELMEYER / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / GETTY IMAGES VIA AFP

Representatives for the singer say Jamie Spears "can run, but he cannot forever hide from his legal and fiduciary obligations" and urged him to "do what is right, voluntarily".

The controversial legal arrangement, which controlled the pop star's life and finances for almost 14 years, was ended in November 2021 following a long legal process.

Britney's lawyers have repeatedly asked Jamie Spears to answer "fundamental" questions, including how much money he personally made during the years he was in charge of her finances.

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Legal documents obtained by the PA news agency accused Spears of running "a corrupted and conflicted conservatorship that stripped his daughter of certain fundamental liberties" and earned him "at least" $6.3 million.

They also accuse him of using the pop queen's estate to enrich his associates.

Jamie Spears told he "can run, but he cannot forever hide"

Britney Spear's lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, accused her father of "stonewalling" the legal process.
Britney Spear's lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, accused her father of "stonewalling" the legal process.  © KEVIN WINTER / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / GETTY IMAGES VIA AFP

"Mr. Spears can run, but he cannot forever hide from his legal and fiduciary obligations," the documents filed on Wednesday by lawyer Mathew Rosengart said.

"His stonewalling and obfuscation must not stop the truth from coming to light; it has only required that the parties expend unnecessary resources in a protracted battle to obtain his compliance."

"But, after using his daughter's money for more than 13 years to fund his legal fees and expenses, for the first time, Mr. Spears will now have to pay his own legal fees."

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The documents also call on Spears to answer questions about the alleged spying on his daughter, using secret recording devices hidden in her room.

Former FBI agent Sherine Ebadi previously accused him of engaging in "unconscionable violations" of the star's privacy and civil liberties, and had encouraged others to do the same.

A device was allegedly duct-taped behind furniture in Britney's room so it would not be seen and was fitted with an extra battery pack to allow recording for longer periods.

The documents also accused Mr Spears of ongoing "cruelty and bullying" towards his daughter.

"Be decent. Please, stop harassing and bullying your daughter. Please, leave your daughter alone," Rosengart's filing urged.

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