Jamie Spears has called for an end to his guardianship of daughter Britney. The man has filed a petition with which he intends to renounce the role of supervisor of the life and finances of the pop star. In the papers he filed yesterday in the Los Angeles court, the 69-year-old wrote that his daughter “has the right to have this court seriously consider whether this protection is no longer needed.”
The singer has tried to remove her father from the role of guardian twice in the past two years, describing the parent and their relationship as “abusive” and refusing to perform under his management. “Recent events relating to this guardianship have questioned whether circumstances have changed to such an extent that there may no longer be grounds for the institution of guardianship,” reads the document submitted to the Los Angeles Superior Court.
“Ms Spears has told this court that she intends to regain control of her life without the safety barriers of a guardianship,” reads the petition, which emphasizes the fact that Spears has expressed a desire to supervise their own medical and financial care. “As Mr. Spears has said over and over again, all he wants is what’s best for his daughter – the document continues – If Mrs. Spears wants to end guardianship and believes she can manage her own life, Mr. Spears he believes he should have this chance. “