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Jamie Spears seems to have his hand firmly on the helm of Britney Spears‘ career. The conservator has even gone as far as ordering a fan site to shut down, a move that the site’s creator is less than happy with.

 

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Jordan Miller, owner of BreatheHeavy.com  (the "Number One Britney Spears Fansite") posted a note to readers saying thet Jamie Spears said he’s  "an über-fan who has gone too far," reports Eonline.com.

 

"I have been battling the conservatorship Britney is currently placed under for months now," writes Miller. "When I did not conform to the requests and demands Britney’s management and father, Jamie Spears, recently put upon BreatheHeavy to stay quiet, they in turn became angry and malicious, launching, what I feel is an unjust attack, against me and my website."

 

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The lawyers have put a 3 p.m. PT deadline on the site’s life, says Miller, or he’ll face an injunction. He’s being charged by Jamie with copyright and trademark violations for posting Britney song lyrics, photos, videos and audio clips without permission.

"The real issue, in my opinion, is hidden behind these Copyright Infringement claims, rather management, particularly her father/conservator, Jamie Spears, who makes $18,000 a month off his daughter, is desperately trying to hide the truth about Britney’s imprisonment, and shut anyone up who disagrees with their conniving and selfish exploitation of an innocent mother of 2 pushed back into the limelight just several months after a hospitalization," Miller writes. He also claims that Jamie threatened to "destroy [his] ass" on a phone call if the site wasn’t wiped.

 

"I…want to thank you with all my heart for the loyalty and support you’ve shown over the last 5 years BreatheHeavy has been open," Miller writes in his farewell letter.

 

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