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Jamie Spears: Britney's addiction and mental health problems were far worse than the public realized


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Britney's father Jamie claims in new court docs that Britney's addiction and mental health problems were far worse than the public realized.

He is now shedding light on this "highly confidential" information, The Sun reports.

In a 15-page court filing, Jaime says his actions during the 13-year conservatorship "saved" Britney from "disaster".

His lawyer, Vivien Thoreen, submitted documents to Los Angeles County Court on Jamie’s behalf. She writes: "If the public knew all the facts of Ms. Spears' personal life, not only her highs but also her lows, all of the addiction and mental health issues that she has struggled with, and all of the challenges of the Conservatorship, they would praise Mr. Spears for the job he has done, not vilify him."

"But the public does not know all the facts, and they have no right to know, so there will be no public redemption for Mr. Spears."

Thoreen also points out per Jamie's request that it's Britney's personal conservator, Jodi Montgomery, who supervises Britney's medical prescriptions.

It's worth reminding you Britney said in her June testimony she was forced to take Lithium which made her so incoherent she could barely hold a conversation. 

Jamie points out Montgomery is earning $10,000 a month as Britney's conservator. 

"There is no doubt that the Conservatorship saved Ms. Spears from disaster, supported her when she needed it the most, protected her and her reputation from harm, and facilitated the restoration of her career," Jamie's filing noted.

Jamie also says he has had little to with Britney's medical treatment other than signing checks.cir.jpg.40a1e562588762c670f22dc000e08606.jpg

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5 minutes ago, PokemonSpears said:

so bad that she was able to be sent to work one month after the conservatorship was placed, instead of being sent to rehab or a clinic or something 

Exactly :cackling_cackle_lol_what_unbelievable_disbelief_glasses_meme:

That woman was so ill and incapacitated, yet she was able to do a big world tour just 1 year after the conservatorship started :cackling_cackle_lol_what_unbelievable_disbelief_glasses_meme:

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What a dumb thing to say!

If Britney is “star addicted” 99.99% of famous people should be under c-ship
 

we are living in 21 century for god sake! It’s like blaming woman for reading or getting education! How this person can be someone’s conservator?! It just shows how corrupt court is! 
 

Spoiler

If it continues that way - I will go in that *** court and 🔥🔥 that building with judge penny and goetz (Or whatever her last name is)inside of it

 

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Just now, NewDisplayName said:

What a dumb thing to say!

If Britney is “star addicted” 99.99% of famous people should be under c-ship
 

Exactly. How many male rock stars had serious drug addiction and ruined their life. Where is their conservatorship ?

Oh I forgot they are men  :cackling_cackle_lol_what_unbelievable_disbelief_glasses_meme:

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11 minutes ago, Steel Magnolia said:

I have no doubt that he is telling the truth...But his truth was only true 10 to 13 years ago.

The fact that he has included her "mental health" and "addiction" issues in an un-sealed court filing shows he is now willing to throw Britney under the bus to save himself.

As far as I know, this is the first time in 13 years that the word "addiction" has been used in a public forum.

And yet he also says that it’s no one’s business and it’s her private information, leaving it up for speculation what addictions and mental health issues she had/has. They want the public to guess the worse addiction issues and let the public assumptions become “the truth” so others will judge her on it. That’s why the “addiction” was thrown out there. Mental health they’ve used and most people assume she’s bipolar without any confirmation on that and yet it’s just considered fact now. So this is to let the public decide what they want to her to have addiction issues with. 

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