Britney Spears Hearing Deferred Due to Tri Star Subpoena Delays

Britney Spears Hearing Deferred Due to Tri Star Subpoena Delays

  • Britney sings’ conservatorship case hearing has been postponed.
  • According to court documents, her lawyer Mathew Rosengart agreed to delay it and Tri Star Management also agreed.
  • Rosengart accuses Tri Star of refusing subpoenas for several months. 

According to court documents, Britney Spears’ conservatorship hearing will not take place again on January 19. This is due to a continuing dispute over subpoenas that were issued to Tri Star Management Group former management.

Britney Spears was released from her conservatorship in November 2021. There is still a legal dispute over the financial details of Britney Spears’s conservatorship termination.

Jamie Spears and the temporary conservators have had a dispute over Britney’s termination plans.

In a January 6 filing, Britney Spears through her attorney Mathew Rosengart and Tri Star agreed during their standoff to push the hearing back and Judge Brenda Penny signed off on the order. Rosengart, Tri Star’s lawyers could not be reached immediately for comment.

Penny was set to review requests from Tri Star and Robin Greenhill, Spears’ former Tri Star manager, to quash subpoenas served to the company Rosengart. Penny was also to be informed about Rosengart’s opposition to Tri Star’s motion.

Rosengart served Tri Star, Greenhill and Greenhill subpoenas on October 1st. They were accusing them of refusing answers to questions about conservatorship payments. On November 12, Greenhill and Tri Star filed to quash the subpoenas, according to court documents.

Rosengart stated to reporters at a hearing on November 12, that they had issued two subpoenas for Tri Star and said they weren’t answering questions from Spears.

“Rather than voluntarily complying with those subpoenas, Tri Star refused and they filed a motion to suppress those subpoenas and suppress information that Britney Spears has requested,”Rosengart spoke on November 12. “The most notable question that we asked on behalf of Britney, of Tri Star, is the following, a very simple question: How much money did you take from the estate? How much money did you receive from the estate?”

Spears’ conservatorship was created in 2008 and Jamie appointed Tri Star Management Group to manage his daughter’s estate. In 2009, Taylor first managed the Circus Tour, then in 2010 the estate. Taylor’s firm closed the Spears account in November 2020According to Los Angeles Magazine court filings.

Insider reviewed an August court filing and found that Rosengart stated that Jamie Spears approved Tri Star payments that were greater than the company’s allowable amount during conservatorship.

“In December 2019, Mr. Spears inexplicably approved a payment to Tri Star in excess of $300,000 above the approximate $200,000 that was supposedly payable to Tri Star at the time,”Rosengart wrote. “This $300,000 payment was not due to any extra duties or work performed by Tri Star.”

Britney received new financial powers at a hearing on December 8, where her father and Tri Star attorneys raised concerns about whether Britney would pay legal fees. In the wake of the legal dispute, her parents and former conservators requested that Spears’ estate cover the fees.

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