Britney Spears' Dad Keeping a Close Eye on Her Finances After Her Breakup
Posted by AJ Grey on 01.14.2013
He's not ending the conservatorship...
The end of Britney Spears' engagement with Jason Trawick means that her conservatorship will be staying on for quite a while. Radar Online reportys that a according to a source close to the situation, Jamie Spears will be keeping the reins on Britney's finances.
"There are absolutely no plans to petition the court for the conservatorship to end," said the source. "It is highly unlikely it will end for at least another year. Jamie will be keeping a very close eye on Britney now she no longer has Jason in her life. He loved Jason like a son and trusted him to look after his daughter. Now that Jason is gone, Jamie is concerned that Britney doesn't have any true friends to look out for her outside of her immediate family members, and he believes it is more important than ever right now to keep the conservatorship in place to protect her. As part of his conservatorship duties, Jamie controls who Britney interacts with, she isn't free to go out and meet people on her own. It's actually a really sad situation for Britney because she is extremely lonely, but Jamie wants to ensure there's no repeat of the Sam Lutfi situation and that his daughter is not taken advantage of."
The source added that Jason is still close to Britney, saying, "Jason moved out of Britney's mansion right after the holidays. He had been living in another bedroom and spent Christmas with Britney and her sons. Jason feels that he has let the Spears family down by ending it with Britney but he knows that it was ultimately the right thing to do. Jason will always be a part of Britney's life, although obviously he won't be there for her day in and day out anymore, and he is concerned for her mental health now she is on her own. Britney's got very complicated issues that need constant attention and monitoring. Jason has the utmost faith in Jamie's ability to manage his daughter's life, but the question will always remain though….when, if ever, will the conservatorship be able to be brought to an end?"