BRITNEY Spears has requested a permanent change in her conservatorship, asking the courts to remove her father Jamie and appoint Jodi Montgomery in his place.
Jodi, Britney's care manager, temporarily took over the role in September 2019 when Jamie asked to removed for "personal health" reasons.
Now, however, Britney's court-appointed attorney has filed documents claiming Britney "strongly prefers" that Jodi stay on in a permanent role, and that the singer no longer wants Jamie as the only person handling her estate anymore.
His co-conservator resigned in 2019 and Jamie has been single-handedly managing the estate since.
The documents, as seen by TMZ, allegedly show that "Britney prefers a 'qualified corporate fiduciary' to manage the business affairs of her estate" although it is unclear if she is happy for Jamie to work alongside that entity.
The documents also state that "a major overhaul in how her conservatorship is run is needed to reflect her current lifestyle and her wishes" – confirming reports that the star no longer wishes to perform at this moment in time.
There will be a hearing on Wednesday.
Britney's first Vegas residency, Piece Of Me, launched in The Axis auditorium in the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in December 2013, with the singer performing 248 shows over the the four-year stint.
The show won critical acclaim and was a huge success, grossing over £100million after selling almost a million tickets.
Britney's Domination show was set to be the mother-of-two's second Las Vegas residency, at Park Theatre in the Park MGM hotel and Casino.
It was due to kick off on the 13th February, with the star scheduled to perform 32 shows between then and the 17th August.
But she canceled all dates in January 2019 after Jamie was hospitalized and almost died from a ruptured colon.
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