What to know about Jamie Spears, Britney Spears’ dad who star ripped during conservatorship testimony - Fox News
Jun 24, 2021 1 min, 29 secs

Britney Spears tore into her father Jamie during her address to a court on Wednesday.

Her father Jamie has served as conservator for most of the last 13 years, and Spears made it clear she's no fan of his.

She said that despite not wanting to take the drug, her father "approved" the treatment and feigned ignorance about her required psychiatric evaluations.

Britney Spears spoke out against her father Jamie Spears during her address to the court on Wednesday.


She also said that her father, her management and "anyone involved in this conservatorship" should "be in jail.".


"This was in the early eighties, mind you, years before spas were to become popular," she said.

The Spears family in 2003 (from left): Jamie Spears, Bryan Spears, Jamie Lynn Spears, Britney Spears and Lynne Spears (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage).

Jamie and Lynne married in 1976 and they had three children: Bryan James, 44, Britney and Jamie Lynn Spears, 30.

They reconciled, however, but in her memoir, Lynne alleged she was subject to "verbal abuse, abandonment" and "erratic behavior" from Jamie.

The status of Jamie's relationship with Bryan and Jamie Lynn is unclear, though Britney alleged in her testimony that her "whole family" has contributed to her struggles.

Britney Spears, once a child star, released her debut album at the age of 16, several years after starring in ‘The Mickey Mouse Club’ and appearing on ‘Star Search.’ (Getty Images)

In her testimony on Wednesday, Britney made special note of the work she's done since she was 17 – her debut album was released when she was just 16 – and said that she has "worked for [her dad for the past f---ing 13 years."


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