The conservatorship court ruled on Wednesday that Jamie Spears‘ attorney would not question Britney Spears in a deposition.The judge ruled that Jamie Spears can get all the information he needs from other sources, including records and, presumably, additional witnesses, in order to refute claims of abuse of the conservatorship.
Without the ability to subpoena his daughter, Jamie’s attorney claimed, his client would be unable to defend himself against the multiple allegations brought by Britney and her attorney. According to Jamie’s attorney, his client will be made whole and did nothing wrong.
Mathew Rosengart, Britney’s attorney, informed the judge… Jamie’s actions have scarred Britney for more than ten years. It would re-traumatize Britney, according to Rosengart, to bring her under oath in a deposition.Jamie said she has been on a campaign to discredit him online and in her planned biography, and he deserves the opportunity to question her under oath about the charges. As we previously reported, Jamie filed court documents in June seeking a judge to order her to appear for a deposition.
Jamie will participate in the deposition, according to a judge’s previous decision.
Jamie intended to question his daughter under oath on a number of topics, including claims that she was made to submit to therapy, provide 8 vials of blood for medical care, and be denied access to painkillers.
Britney’s lawyer Mathew Rosengart filed paperwork while Jamie was aiming for the deposition, claiming that the case will be won with records, tangible proof, and Jamie’s testimony.
Britney’s testimony, according to Rosengart, would not be relevant to any judicial proceedings and may even traumatise her.