Britney Spears’ manager resigns after 25 years of working for her
Britney Spears has been fighting against her conservatorship for a while now. She recently filed an appeal to remove her father from the conservatorship, but the judge denied it. After that, her manager resigned after 25 years of working for her. Things are not working out for the singer very well.
There has been a wave of sadness among fans regarding Britney Spears and her conservatorship. She has been fighting the conservatorship for a while now. Britney’s father helmed this conservatorship when Britney had a mental health crisis 12 years ago. And since then, her father controls almost every facet of her life. From having any bodily autonomy to choosing what she does with her own money, all the decisions are made by her father. In a court hearing, Britney opened up about the horrifying predicament she finds herself in the conservatorship. She told the public that she is not allowed to have a child or get married without her father’s permission. Britney also said that her family has been living on Britney’s money for many years and now she wants this conservatorship to end once and for all.
The vast majority of her fans were devastated to know what Britney has suffered in the past 12 years. Since then, they have been demanding justice for Britney with the #FreeBritney campaign on social media and in the real world. Many celebrities fans have spoken up in her favor as well, including ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake.
Britney Spears’ manager resigned after working for 25 years
Larry Rudolph was Britney’s manager and has been working for her for 25 years. He helped Britney secure her first recording contract and has practically been with her since the very beginning. In the court hearing, Britney also told the judge that she had been forced to perform against her will during the conservatorship. With such controversy surrounding the star, people speculate that it is because of that reason that her manager has resigned.
Rudolph announced his resignation in a letter that he sent to Britney Spears’ father and co-conservator Jodi Montgomery. In the letter, Britney’s manager wrote:
It has been over two and a half years since Britney and I last communicated, at which time she informed me she wanted to take an indefinite work hiatus. Earlier today, I became aware that Britney had been voicing her intention to officially retire. As her manager, I believe it is in Britney’s best interest for me to resign from her team as my professional services are no longer needed.
He wished Britney Spears health and happiness at the end of his letter. He also said that he will be there for her if she needs him. The subject of Britney Spears’ conservatorship has been in the news quite a lot recently. It all began after her bombshell court hearing, after which came an investigation by Ronan Farrow for The New Yorker.