Britney Spears drugged by her manager and her lawyer? Shocking revelations

While Britney Spears – married to her companion Sam Asghari in a ceremony disturbed by the intrusion of her ex – rediscovers the joys of independence since being freed from the tutelage of her father Jamie Spears, the investigation is suing to find out who was behind this legal conviction. And according to his lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, it is on the side of the company Tri Star that it is necessary to look.

Britney Spears’ ex-management company would have established a legal and financial arrangement with her father throughout their collaboration, which began shortly before her guardianship, reports the site variety. Britney Spears’ lawyer then filed court documents in Los Angeles Superior Court proving that Lou Taylor’s company played a major role in the guardianship of the artist, pocketing nearly $18 million in the process. their cooperation.

Unexpected exchanges

The shock documents would contain “emails, allegedly sent by Taylor, regarding the conservatorship”. A conversation would have taken place between the boss of Tri Star, the former lawyer of the singer (Geraldine Wyle) as well as Jamie Spears, father of Britney. The exchanges, which would be formal proof of the company’s involvement in the conservatorship, were revealed by a fan account on Twitter:New emails show that Lou Taylor conspired with lawyers to drug Britney and put her under guardianship! can we read.

Other messages have been published:“We had a problem with the choice of judge… The only judge who can hear our case on Friday is the one who will not give Jamie (his sister, editor’s note) the power to administer psychotropic drugs. (…) “Lu… we must preserve the credibility of all our witnesses, especially from the family, and especially from Lynne (Lynne Spears, mother of Britney Spears, editor’s note), because a large part of this affair rests on her credibility. I’m so glad you got them home on Monday night – that’s the key.” Words that send shivers down your spine.

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