AceShowbiz - Britney Spears' father divulged that he has received "innumerable" death threats for years amid their conservatorship battle. Jamie Spears' revelation came after the pop star's conservator of her person, Jody Montgomery, brought up similar claims.
In a new court filing, it was stated that the 69-year-old "has been the subject of innumerable and ongoing threats as well - not just recently, but for years." It was also noted that he is "very concerned" about the "dangerous rhetoric that has been circulating for quite some time" surrounding his daughter's conservatorship.
Jamie, however, disagreed with and objected to Jodi's request "for 24/7 live security services for herself at a cost of over $50,000 per month to the Conservatorship Estate for an indefinite period of time." He also "does not believe such an expense is reasonable, necessary, or a proper expense of the Conservatorship Estate."
"[It] is not an expense that the Conservatorship Estate can sustain for multiple individuals for an extended, indefinite period of time," the documents continued to read. "If the Court directs the Conservatorship Estate to pay for Ms. Montgomery's 24/7 live security services as she requests, Mr. Spears contends fairness should dictate that everyone who claims he or she is being threatened should have the same security services as Ms. Montgomery."
Jamie and Jodi were not the only ones who got threatened by the public. Britney's younger sister Jamie Lynn Spears also received death threats in the wake of the "Toxic" hitmaker's June 23 hearing. She even pleaded with haters on Instagram Story earlier this month, saying, "Hi, I respect that everyone has the right to express themselves, but can we please stop with the death threats, especially the death threats to children."
Jamie Lynn also made it clear that she's not dependent on Britney's estate. Sharing a screenshot of a headline titled, "Britney Spears' sister Jamie Lynn shares photos of her home life…after it's revealed she is the ONLY family member not on the singer's payroll", the "Sweet Magnolias" actress urged, "facts... now leave my broke-a** alone."