According to reports emerging in the US media,
pop star Britney Spears‘ bid to have her father Jamie Spears removed as her the conservator has got a shot in the arm as the singer’s medical team has given
their seal of approval to the same.

Jodi Montgomery, personal conservator of Britney
recently said that the star’s medical team has agreed that she no longer
requires her father as her estate conservator.

Montgomery said in a court filing on Thursday in
which she said that she supports replacing Spears’ father with CPA Jason Rubin
as the co-conservator of the singer’s estate.

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“[Jamie] should not continue to act as the
Conservatee’s Conservator of the Estate, because he’s doing so is not in the best interest of the Conservatee, because the paramount concern for this
Conservatorship is doing what is in the best interest of the Conservatee,
Petitioner hereby joins Conservatee in the Removal Petition,” the filing
read according to the People’s magazine.

.”Montgomery believes in good faith that Spears’s
bests interests are served by granting the Removal Petition and removing Mr.
Spears and replacing him as Conservator of the Estate with Mr. Jason Rubin as
requested in the Appointment Petition,” the filing further read.

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The filing comes as the 39-year old pop star
intensified her bid to have her father removed as her conservator by officially
filing a petition in the court on July 14 and replacing him with Rubin. She
accused Jamie of conservatorship abuse and asked for an investigation into her

The case shook the world when Britney Spears came
forward to recount the abuses she faced due to her father and his team
controlling her every move.

Jamie’s attorney Vivian Lee Thoreen had shared a
message from him during the June hearing of the case which said, “[Jamie]
is sorry to see his daughter in so much pain. [He] loves his daughter and
misses her very much.”