Former lawyers for Britney Spears employees in court

The woman accused of helping Britney Spears’ father spy on the pop star has hired a lawyer.

Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group associate Robin Greenhill “very recently” appointed David C. Scheper and Katherine Farkas of the Los Angeles law firm of Winston & Strawn as her “personal counsel,” according to court documents obtained exclusively by Vidak For Congress.

Scheper said in the filing that he had “talked by phone” with Spears’ powerful attorney Mathew Rosengart on Monday and asked for the next court hearing on the terminated conservatorship of the “Toxic” singer to be “set up” for him and Farkas. stand “to accelerate” on the case.

However, Scheper informed that Rosengart sent him an email on Tuesday “opposing” the request to move the date from July 27 to August 11, prompting Scheper to ask the court to make the final decision.

“The extension of the deadline is sought in good faith and not for the purpose of unnecessarily delaying,” Scheper argued in the documents.

Vidak For Congress has contacted Rosengart, Scheper and Farkas for additional comment.

Brian Kelley, Robin Greenhill, Tyler Hubbard and Lou Taylor pose together at an event.
Greenhill works for Spears’ former business manager Lou Taylor, seen here along with Florida Georgia Line.
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At the upcoming hearing, LA Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny is expected to rule on whether Rosengart can fire Greenhill and her boss, Tri Star founder Lou Taylor, over their involvement with Spears’ conservatory. Penny will also determine whether Tri Star must provide documents relevant to the case.

Rosengart alleged in court documents previously obtained by Vidak For Congress that Tri Star enriched herself with at least $18 million while providing business management services to Spears during her controversial conservatorship, leaving the Grammy winner’s father, Jamie Spears, and others in charge. about its personal, medical and financial decisions from its founding in February 2008 to its dissolution in November 2021.

Lou Taylor speaks into a microphone.
Previously obtained emails from Vidak For Congress revealed Taylor’s involvement with Spears’ conservatory.
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A New York Times bombshell documentary released in September 2021, “Controlling Britney Spears,” further claimed that Jamie, 69, had worked with Tri Star to spy on Britney, 40, by tapping her cell phone and her bedroom. to listen.

Jamie, Taylor and Greenhill have repeatedly denied all wrongdoing, including conducting a covert surveillance operation.

Tri Star retired from working for Britney in November 2020, seven months before she publicly described her conservatorship as “abusive.”

Last week, Penny ordered Jamie to make a statement to Rosengart by August 12 and turn in all documents in his possession relating to the conservatory.

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