Mathew Rosengart, Britney Spears’ lawyer, is trying to find out who benefited from the star’s guardianship. According to court documents revealed by a fan account, Britney Spears was drugged without her knowledge by her former teams.
2022 is the year of renewal for Britney Spears. Officially released from the guardianship of her father Jamie Spears, the interpreter of Baby one more time was finally able to marry the man of her life, Sam Asghari. But the investigation continues to find out who was able to take advantage of BritBrit’s confinement. His lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, points to the management company Tri Star, which would have established a financial arrangement with the father of Britney Spears. Arrangement that would have emerged before the guardianship of the singer, as reported variety. Court documents leaked to Twitter from a fan account say Lou Taylor’s company allegedly pocketed $18 million for twelve years, from 2008 to 2020.
These legal documents make “reference to emails, allegedly sent by Taylor, regarding the conservatorship“.with lawyers to drug Britney and put her under conservatorship”. Excerpts from the exchanges were revealed, in which we can read: “We had a problem with the choice of judge… The only judge who will be able to hear our case on Friday is the one who will not give Jamie the power to administer psychotropic drugs“.
Britney Spears’ former lawyer involved?
According varietyGeraldine Wyle wanted to be the “co-tutor” by Britney Spears. “I am the right person for this. I fought for Jamie for 3 yearsI prayed and fasted with him every week and life changed drastically thanks to this determination“, we discover in the exchanges. Mathew Rosengart, the current lawyer of Britney Spears, “publicly pledged to fully investigate Tri Star“.
To do this, he called on the Kroll company “to conduct an investigation into the conduct of the business, in addition to that of his father“. The lawyer asks that Tri Star reveals all of its documents in connection with the star. For the moment, the judge has not validated this request.