Mere hours before Britney Spears' hearing to end her conservatorship, co-conservator Jodi Montgomery has reportedly pulled her request for the pop star to pay for a $50,000 a month security team to protect her.
In court documents obtained by Radar, Montgomery's lawyers have made the decision to pull the initial request as the papers state that a safety team is “no longer needed at this time.”
Montgomery has co-managed Britney's conservatorship along with her father Jamie Spears since September of 2019.
In July, the conservator requested for a judge to approve the costly security team after she claimed that she received death threats from the hit maker's fans. The team would cost Britney nearly $50,000 a month out of her own pocket, a request which her father Jamie, denied labeling the ask “not reasonable, necessary, or proper.”
A representative for Jamie told the court, that he "objects to Ms. Montgomery’s request for 24/7 live security services for herself at a cost of over $50,000 per month to the Conservatorship Estate for an indefinite period of time." Although his lawyer stated that the Louisiana native was "very concerned" about the "increasing number of threatening communications and social media posts" directed at those connected to his daughter’s conservatorship."
Montgomery had further explained that she was fearful for her life after she was on the receiving end of many troubling phone calls, emails and text messages that were threatening.
Jamie's lawyer said the request should not be completed due to failure to provide “sufficient detail, specific facts, or special circumstances to justify such an expense.”
As OK! previously reported, Britney's dad apparently had some demands of his own after he asked that the singer pay $1.1 million dollars is his personal legal fees.
Britney's lawyer Mathew Rosengart objected to the $1.1 million the father-of-three requested to pay off all of the law firms who have helped during the conservatorship battle.