Britney Spears’ attorneys claim that the singer’s former Tri Star Sports and Entertainment business executive played a “significant role” in establishing her 13-year conservatorship and received at least $18 million. la from there.
In a new profile made by The Hollywood ReporterSpears’ legal representative Mathew Rosengart confirmed that Tri Star and its employees, including founders Louise “Lou” Taylor and Robin Greenhill, have been the singer’s business management team since five years. 2008 to 2020 – was directly involved in supporting conservatorship.
The company and Greenhill, hired by Spears’ father and former conservator, Jamie, have previously stated that they had no role in the process.
“Contrary to Tri Star’s public position and Ms Greenhill’s 4 November 2021 Swearing Statement, in which she stated that ‘in early 2008, Tri Star had no role in the matters. Spears’, Tri Star’s own internal email (taken from a third-party party) proves that Tri Star’s Lou Taylor played an important role in Ms. Spears’ affairs before and during the early days. of conservatorship, ‘early 2008,’” the filing states.
The legal documents refer to a series of emails allegedly sent between Taylor, Jamie and his attorney, Geraldine Wyle, regarding the establishment of conservatorship, which took place in February 2008 (Jamie) was terminated from Britney’s conservatorship in September 2021.) In one of the alleged emails sent by Taylor on January 17, 2008, it was written that Andrew Wallet, was assigned to help the woman’s father. singer manages her estate, and Tri Star “will be colleagues” with Jamie.
The filing also asserts that Taylor was “a close friend of Mr. Spears, to whom Mr. Spears subsequently owed at least $40,000,” and that QuickBooks software provided to investigative consultant Kroll Associates, Inc. , indicating that “Mr. Spears and Tri Star raised over $6 million and $18 million, respectively, from Miss Spears’ Estate. “
Kroll was hired by Rosengart to investigate Tri Star’s conduct as it involved the singer’s conservatorship.
“Tri Star, Lou Taylor and Robin Greenhill all deny that Tri Star was involved in the founding of the Conservation Society, no doubt learning of such involvement – shortly after it extended a generous loan to Mr. Spears – it won’t be just the matter Rosengart writes in the file that motivated Ms. Spears to be responsible for the 13-year conservatorship in the first place.
In a statement provided to The Hollywood ReporterTri Star’s legal representative, Scott Edelman, called the allegations in the filing “seriously misleading.”
“Since all the evidence was clear, the conservatorship was established on the recommendation of legal counsel, not Tri Star, and was approved by the Court over 12 years,” Edelman said. “In fact, Tri Star wasn’t even the sales director for conservatorship when it was founded. Cherry-picked excerpts from emails can’t change the truth, that’s why this nonsense ends once and for all when the record is unsealed. “
Rosengart’s latest filing is in response to Tri Star’s request to quash Britney’s legal team’s claim that Tri Star and Greenhill be subject to subpoenas for deposits and documents. In a letter to Edelman protesting the proposal, dated November 2, 2021, Rosengart asked the company to provide the total amount of fees paid by Britney and/or her estate from 2008 to the present. Copies of any business management agreements between Tri Star and Britney or her Legacy have also been requested.
Contacts to which Britney’s former business executives failed to provide financial information for the pop singer, along with failure to provide both email and text messages regarding the placement of the device. listening in Britney’s bedroom, iCloud copying of the phone used by the singer and revenue received or taken from Britney and/or her property.
Rosengart asserts that Tri Star has not provided the requested information for more than six weeks from a September 15 communication sent by Rosengart on the grounds that Tri Star has “no fiduciary obligation” to provide the information. requested.
CHEAP contacted Jamie Spears’ attorney Alex Weingarten.
The next trial is scheduled for July 13.