Britney Spears mom Lynn

Lynne Spears wants to control the finances of his daughter Britney Spears. According to documents obtained by the newspaper ET, 65-year-old mother of the pop star filed a request in U.S. district court in Los Angeles to get special notice on all matters related to the Fund’s SJB Revocable Trust.

the Singer has applied for the opening of the SJB Foundation in 2004 to protect its multimillion-dollar assets and transfer of the funds to two of his sons in the future. He was also created in order to “manage its material and financial assets during life and provide for the distribution of these assets after her death.”

Britney Spears with mom and dad (archival frame)

In may 2019 Lynn has also filed documents to the court, she was devoted to the details of guardianship, which for several years has been the star father, James Spears, and asked to convene an emergency meeting of the court so she could obtain information on treatment plan for their daughter.

Mother Britney always wanted to take part in the fate of Britney. Her mother over the years, he tried to say something,

the source told ET.

recently, former photographer Andrew Spears gallery has published a personal letter to the singer, which she wrote in 2009. According to the gallery, he decided to publish the letter on the background of rumors that the father of Britney Jamie Spears, acting by her guardian, controls her every move. So, Jamie let his 38-year-old daughter to marry her 26-year-old lover Sam Asgari and have his child.

Andrew gallery

the letter alleges that Spears cheated to become her guardian, it was he who forced the star to cancel the marriage with Kevin Federline and give him custody of children Sean Preston and Jayden James.

she was tricked and framed. She took the kids, and Britney is out of control, which in similar circumstances would happen to any mother,

the letter reads.

the Father owns a business and as Spears (and it is estimated at 200 million dollars), besides, the singer cannot sign documents or make large purchases.