BRITNEY Spears father Jamie sold her childhood home and now lives in an RV "filled with his famous daughter's memorabilia" amidst conservatorship struggle.
The pop star's dad released a statement following his daughter's court hearing on Wednesday saying that he "loves" his daughter very much.
Jamie, 68, has allegedly sold his Louisiana family home where he raised Bryan, 44, Britney, 39, Jamie Lynn, 30.
The controversial father has since moved into a MOBILE HOME located down a "winding country road" in Kentwood, the New York Times reported earlier this week.
The RV has been parked outside of an industrial warehouse that is said to contain all of his daughter's celebrity memorabilia from her two-decade career.
The Times revealed that Jamie has been "known to host crawfish boils and stop by the town’s VFW bar."
However, the father of three mainly "keeps to himself" the outlet claimed, as his former football coach, Mr. Shaw said “he is just the same old Jamie."
Britney has been locked in conservatorship since 2008, putting her father in charge of her $60million fortune and life decisions for 13 years.
The singer spoke out about her conservatorship for the first time on Wednesday during a court hearing, where she claimed the control has been "abusive."
Jamie and his ex-wife, Britney's mother, Lynn were in attendance during the virtual hearing, where the Louisiana native claimed he "loves his daughter very much."
After the Toxic singer's declaration, the probate conservator's legal team offered a statement in his honor, reading: "He is sorry to see his daughter suffering and in so much pain. Mr Spears loves his daughter very much."
Jamie's living situation comes as quite a shock, as he allegedly makes millions off of his daughter's fortune.
Britney's situation has enraged fans in the Free Britney Movement, as many believe her $2,000 weekly allowance to be absurd.
During her Wednesday court appearance, the dancer asked for an end to her conservatorship, so that she may live her life normally.
The performer told the Los Angeles judge remotely: "I want this conservatorship to end – I truly believe that this conservatorship is abusive.
"I want to be able to get married to my boyfriend and have a baby but the conservatorship told me I can't do that," she confessed, speaking on her partner of five years Sam Asghari.
"I have an IUD [intrauterine device] inside me to prevent me from having a baby. I want to go to a doctor and take it out so I can have a baby but they [the conservatorship] told me no.
"I feel ganged up on and bullied and alone."
Throughout the hearing, Britney claimed she frequently felt "threatened" and "scared" by the control others held over her existence.
The Gimme More singer was even forced to go on tour in 2018, explaining: “My manager said if I don’t do this tour I would have to find an attorney and my own management could sue me if I didn’t follow through with the tour.
“It was very threatening and scary, with the conservatorship I couldn’t even get my own attorney," she revealed.
“When I came off that tour a new show in Las Vegas was supposed to take place.”
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