Britney Spears' New Conservator Asks The Court To Pay Her ASAP

Britney Spears has a new conservator in her life, and everything seems to be going great except for one little thing, she needs to get paid!

According to new legal documents obtained by The Blast, Jodi Montgomery, who has stepped in for Spear's father Jaimie as conservator, is asking the court to make sure she gets paid.


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In the docs, she reminds the court she was appointed on September 9, 2019 as Britney's new conservator and has already begun her duties.

Also, Jaime Spears has already hashed out with the court a salary which has been paid over the years, so their is already orders in place for the specifics.

As we reported, Jaime takes home over $100,000 for his previous duties as conservator, plus reimbursement for his home office.

"Ms. Montgomery’s understanding that a similar order is currently in effect for the Conservator of the Estate and his attorneys," she wrote in the filing.

Its unclear, if she will ask for the same amount as Jaime was receiving from Britney.

She makes it clear that the new team is already working on helping Britney so it needs to be done in a timely manner.

"As Ms.Montgomery has already started to serve as Temporary Conservator Of the Person and her attorneys have already started to render legal services, it is exigent that the payment of their fees and costs on account be approved," she told the court.

We broke the story, Jaime Spears stepped down as conservator for Britney Spears after he was accused of abusing one of her sons. Jaime claimed "medical issues" for the reason he is stepping aside, but he is also restrained from contact with her children making it very hard to conduct business.

Britney is due back in court in this week.