Britney Spears’ Mom Lynne Slammed for Spending $2M of Singer’s Money on Mansion with Maid Service

Jamie Spears slams his ex-wife for her “absence” from Britney’s life in the explosive new court documents as he steps down from the Conservatorship after 13 years. Jamie, 68, maintains his innocence in the pop star’s life in new documents obtained by The Sun and even claims he “saved Ms. Spears from tragedy.”

He also claimed Lynne, 66, had “little, if any,” participation in Britney’s life and was too “ignorant” to discuss the family’s legal issues.

“Lynne has had only limited involvement in Ms. Spears’ life these last thirteen years. She has not had a parental role in her life for decades,” his lawyers argued.

The patriarch’s legal team said, “Despite their estranged relationship, the Conservatorship Estate, during the entire duration of the Conservatorship, has paid and continues to pay for the mansion in Louisiana where Lynne lives. “

“Including all of her utility bills, weekly maid service, and all maintenance (totaling upwards of $150,000 per year and to date, nearly $2,000,000 in total).”

Lynne has lived in a newly constructed three-bedroom home in Britney’s hometown of Kentwood, Louisiana, since 2010, shortly after the Conservatorship was established.

The enormous property encompasses over two acres of land and features various structures.

Jamie’s lawyer continued to attack Lynne: “At Ms. Spears’ request and instruction, Lynne has had little if any involvement in the Conservatorship, let alone Ms. Spears’ life, for most of the thirteen years that it has been in place.”

The legal team then claims that the court must “question” Lynne’s prior testimony regarding Jamie’s treatment of their daughter during the Conservatorship due to her “little involvement” and “lack of direct knowledge.”

They argued: “Lynne’s claims in her Declaration are demonstrably false, speculative, intentionally misleading, and/or conclusory.”

“The Court, therefore, cannot rely on the Declaration of Lynne Spears as a basis for suspension or removal. Lynne’s argument, again, shows her ignorance of the duties and responsibilities that Mr. Spears has as Conservator.”