Britney Spears’ Lawyer Urges Settlement With Jamie Spears Amid Allegations


Britney Spears’ ongoing legal battle against her father, Jamie Spears, may be heading towards a possible settlement. According to sources, Britney’s lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, has initiated discussions with Jamie’s legal representative, proposing the idea of resolving the matters outside the courtroom. However, it appears that Jamie’s lawyer was not receptive to the offer, claiming that too much time had already passed.

Key Takeaway

Britney Spears’ lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, has made an attempt to initiate settlement discussions with Jamie Spears’ lawyer in the ongoing legal battle. However, it seems that Jamie’s legal team is not interested in pursuing a settlement. The case is now set for trial in May, where challenges related to the statute of limitations and approved expenditures may pose significant obstacles for Britney’s legal team.

Opening the Door for Settlement

Rosengart’s email to Jamie’s lawyer recognized the elder Spears’ health issues and suggested that this could be an appropriate opportunity to address the alleged wrongdoing that occurred during Britney’s conservatorship. The email proposed the idea of compensating Britney with an undisclosed amount in order to bring an end to the legal conflict.

One of the allegations made by Rosengart was that Jamie had authorized the unauthorized surveillance of Britney, specifically involving her phone. However, it is worth mentioning that Rosengart did not file a lawsuit regarding this claim, and the statute of limitations for such a case has already expired over a year ago. Additionally, Jamie’s lawyer vehemently denied the accusations of illegal surveillance.

Jamie has also demanded that Britney pays his legal fees related to the conservatorship, but Rosengart rejected this proposal. Interestingly, Jamie’s lawyer had offered to withdraw this demand over a year ago if Rosengart dropped his allegations against Jamie. However, Rosengart declined the offer. Now, after a year has passed, Rosengart seems open to exploring the possibility of a settlement. Unfortunately, this approach did not sit well with Jamie’s team due to the multitude of threats and allegations made by Rosengart.

Upcoming Trial and Challenges

As of now, the case is scheduled for trial in May. According to sources, there is reportedly explosive evidence that could potentially work against Britney. Furthermore, some of the significant claims made by Rosengart may never make it to court due to the statute of limitations expiring, and certain expenditures challenged by Rosengart were already approved by the conservatorship judge.