Jamie shared his side of the story through attorney Vivian Thoreen, who spoke to Good Morning America on Thursday.
“I understand that every story wants to have a bad guy, but people got it so wrong here,” Thoreen told the program.
She added, “This is a story about an extremely loyal, loving, and dedicated father who saved his daughter from a life threatening situation. The people harmed her and they exploited her. Jamie saved Britney’s life. “
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Established in 2008, the conservatory was re-examined after the documentary film Framing Britney Spears was released.
The program has also sparked more general maintenance of fame, mental health, and treatment of spears and other celebrities by the public and media. Justin Timberlake, Spear’s former partner, apologized to her and Janet Jackson after his release. That apology was the subject of a recent Saturday Night Live sketch.
Britney Spears and her father’s lawyers recently attended a hearing on how Jamie should share power with The Bessemer Trust, a newly appointed co-curator of finance.
Thoreen had advocated that Jamie should not relinquish the rights and powers he previously held under the new agreement. A judge overturned Thoreen’s appeal, and Thoreen later told The Associated Press that Jamie “looks forward to working with Bessemer … in the best interests of his daughter.”
Spears attorney Samuel Ingham III on the occasion stated that Britney Spears would like her father to be removed from the conservatory and stated, “It is no secret that my client does not want her father to be a co-curator. However, we acknowledge that removal is a separate issue. “