Court documents obtained by OK! state Jamie claimed that Britney’s personal conservator Jodi Montgomery contacted him on July 9 and expressed concern about Britney's mental health.
"Ms. Montgomery explained that my daughter was not timely or properly taking her medications, was not listening to the recommendations of her medical team, and refused to even see some of her doctors," the documents, filed on Friday, August 6, state. "Ms. Montgomery said she was very worried about the direction my daughter was heading in and directly asked for my help to address these issues."
Jamie also claimed in the docs that Montgomery noted that claims the “Lucky” singer made in her June 23 bombshell court testimony were false: "Ms. Montgomery acknowledged that many of my daughter’s statements at the last hearing were not true and attributed her statements to the fact that my daughter is 'mentally sick'".
The Louisiana native also claimed that after Montgomery "shared her detailed concerns about my daughter’s recent behavior, safety, and overall health," the conservator "raised potential options including a 5150 psychiatric hold."
Despite Montgomery's concerns, Jamie claims, "On July 13, 2021, I received an email from Ms. Montgomery in which she acknowledged our call but back-tracked on most of the details she shared with me and discounted the need for a 5150."
Jamie — who serves as the conservator over Britney’s $60 million estate — faces an uphill battle when it comes the controversial guardianship his daughter has been in since 2008 following her mental health crisis.
As OK! previously reported, Britney’s new lawyer Mathew Rosengart has reportedly filed a request to move up a pending court date in the hopes of removing Jamie from the conservatorship.
Meanwhile, Britney’s team wants to hire public accountant Jason Rubin to take over Jamie’s role as conservator of her estate — and if he takes on the role, his first duty will be to audit the 69-year-old.
Jamie — who's objecting to having his court date changed — and his team seemingly shot back at Rosengart and Rubin's claims. "For over thirteen years, Mr. Spears has dutifully and faithfully served as the Conservator of his daughter’s Estate without any blemishes on his record," the documents state. "This is not an opinion; he has taken the Estate from being in debt and facing tens of millions of dollars of lawsuits to a current value of well over $60 million."
Jamie also claims he worked "hard with a team of professionals to restore the Conservatee to good health, reunite her with her children whom she had lost custody of and had no visitation, and help revive her career."