The 39-year-old pop star's lawyer Mathew Rosengart just filed documents, proving he and his client aren't planning to let her father off the hook — even if he's all for her conservatorship to end.
Britney's attorney believes Jamie's support to terminate the decades-long conservatorship is actually an attempt to save his own backside. He claims the Spears patriarch wants to avoid being quizzed about the alleged listening devices.
In legal documents, Rosengart makes it clear. He wants "all documents and communications relating to any recording or listening device in the home or bedroom of Britney Jean Spears, including all documents and communications relating to the decision to place any such recording or listening device and the records of any such recording."
He's also demanding "all documents and communications relating to the electronic surveillance, monitoring, cloning, or recording of the activity of Britney Jean Spears' personal telephone, including but not limited to the surveillance, monitoring, cloning, icloud mirroring, or recording of calls, emails, text messages, internet browser use or history, and social media use or direct messages on social media."
Britney's attorney referenced an email from Jamie's new lawyer that is dated October 22. In the written correspondence, Jamie's attorney states, "As far as Jamie is concerned, the conservatorship is done and can be terminated immediately ... So it is said in no uncertain terms my client has no interest in continuing the conservatorship and I will join in any effort to terminate immediately ..."
But Rosengart claims that's BS.
"It is of no moment, presently, whether Mr. Spears's reversal was motivated by a desire to bolster his reputation or to avoid his deposition or responding to the outstanding discovery served on him in August," he states.
While Jamie has been suspended as Britney's conservator, their battle isn't over.
A hearing is scheduled on November 12 to determine if the Oops! I Did It Again singer's 13-year conservatorship should end altogether.