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Britney's attorney Mathew Rosengart plans on deposing Jamie Spears and Robin Greenhill

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2 hours ago, Britman512 said:

Lol this is America when you get sued you get ******* SUED no matter if you are broke or richhh, they will garnish everything he has, every asset, he has money it’s about to be all gone and he will have to continue pay her the Pennys he has forever cus can’t land a job in prison 

I can vouch on this. I work for a loan company. When people don't pay, we sue, garnish, repo, or a final attempt -place a lien on their home.

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8 hours ago, Hector Escobar said:

Britney's attorney, Mathew Rosengart, reportedly plans on requesting subpoenas and taking depositions from Jamie Spears and Tri Star Sports & Entertainment employee, Robin Greenhill. They'll have to answer for their alleged wrongdoings under oath.

According to one of Britney's former security employees, Alex Vlasov, via the New York Times, Britney was secretly surveilled in her home/bedroom, including private conversations with her sons. Her text messages were also monitored from a separate device that was simultaneously logged into her iCloud account. 

There are also big accounting questions that need addressing. Britney's net worth is reportedly $60 million. A staggering figure, but far lower than most believe it should be considering her insurmountable success in the last decade+ with several tours, a Las Vegas residency, multiple album releases, merchandise and a billion dollar fragrance line under her belt.

Rosengart wants answers. He'll press Jamie and Robin for the alleged "financial mismanagement and dissipation of funds" and "the monitoring and recording of her phone and placing a listening device under her bed," a source tells the Daily Mail.

It's worth reminding you Jamie's lawyer initially responded to the claims saying all the actions were "well within the parameters of the authority conferred upon him by the court." They later backpedalled and said the claims were "not true."

The depositions could go down in the next 30 days.

The next court hearing, which could be the last day of the conservatorship, is scheduled for November 12th. br-e.jpg.a1456bfd66e62f19218199cd6aa55c58.jpg

Reporting by @Jordan Miller



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