Britney Spears is in talks to settle with her father Jamie Tree Star after her lawyer reaches out

Britney Spears is in talks to settle with her father Jamie after her lawyer reaches out to him to end their bitter legal dispute.

Jamie and her former business manager Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group have been accused of embezzling huge sums from Popstar, which they have denied.

Britney’s attorney Matthew Rosengart has now appealed to both of them to settle, according to TMZ.

Britney Spears is in talks to settle with her father Jamie after her lawyer contacts him to end their bitter legal dispute

Jamie (injured) and her former business manager Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group have been accused of embezzling huge amounts of money from Popstar

Jamie (injured) and her former business manager Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group have been accused of embezzling huge amounts of money from Popstar

He allegedly offered to end the legal battle for around $7 million.

The insider said both sides were open to settlement and as recently as this week, Rosengart contacted Tri Star to move forward with the deal.

Spears was placed into guardianship in 2008 and her decisions were under the control of her family.

The singer says that her father constantly abused her and her brother Brian.

Jimmy has consistently denied any wrongdoing in connection with the guardianship.

On Monday, the estranged father filed legal documents with the California Court of Appeals claiming that the judge was unfair in asking him to sit to testify and not his daughter.

The judge previously ruled July 27 not to hear the 40-year-old Grammy winner’s maintenance worker abuse case, but the 70-year-old former construction contractor can obtain written documents from her.

Britney's lawyer Matthew Rosengart has now appealed to both of them to settle, according to TMZ

Britney’s lawyer Matthew Rosengart has now appealed to both of them to settle, according to TMZ

Rosengart argued that the filing would likely return her shock after successfully ending her 13-year rule under Jimmy on November 12.

In documents obtained by TMZ, Jimmy’s attorney Alex Weingarten argued: “The right to have statements can rarely be denied.”

“In California, discovery is a right thing to do.”

The older Spears believed that if the younger Spears could provide written answers, so should he.

“The court’s rulings were thoughtful, thorough, and valid,” Rosengart told DailyMail.com on Monday. “Rather than waste extra time and money harassing his daughter through the discovery process, it would be better for Mr. Spears if he accepted his losses and moved on.”

Control: A judge previously ruled on July 27 that the 40-year-old Grammy winner (right) won't be dealt with in a restoration worker abuse case, but the 70-year-old former construction contractor (L) can get Written documents

Control: A judge previously ruled on July 27 that the 40-year-old Grammy winner (right) won’t be dealt with in a restoration worker abuse case, but the 70-year-old former construction contractor (L) can get Written documents

'This Man Turned My Life Up': Britney's attorney Matthew Rosengart (right, Feb. 2) argued the filing likely re-shocked her after successfully ending her 13-year rule under Jamie on Nov. 12.

‘This Man Turned My Life Up’: Britney’s attorney Matthew Rosengart (right, Feb. 2) argued the filing likely re-shocked her after successfully ending her 13-year rule under Jamie on Nov. 12.

Rosengart told DailyMail.com on Monday:

“The court’s rulings were well thought out, thorough, and valid,” Rosengart told DailyMail.com on Monday. “Rather than wasting more time and money harassing his daughter through the discovery process, it would be better for Mr. Spears if he accepted his losses and moved on.”

On Sunday, playmaker Hold Me Closer – who closed her Instagram account on Monday – wrote that she ‘probably won’t perform again’ in a post, which ended with telling her dad to ‘kiss my fucking mom*****, you f** king bas *** d. ‘

Monday marked Britney’s estranged son Jayden Federline’s 16th birthday, and her estranged son Sean Federline will celebrate his 17th birthday this Wednesday.

In 2019, Spears’ ex-husband No. 3 Kevin Federline — who receives $20,000 a month in child support — was given 70% custody of their teenage children, who he said “don’t want to see now.”

On Sunday, Spears - who shut down her Instagram account on Monday - wrote that she 'probably won't perform again' in a post that ended with her telling her dad to 'kiss my fucking mother ****ing a**, you f**king' bas *** d '

On Sunday, Spears – who shut down her Instagram account on Monday – wrote that she ‘probably won’t perform again’ in a post that ended with her telling her dad to ‘kiss my fucking mother ****ing a**, you f**king’ bas *** d ‘

‘They don’t want to see her now’: Britney’s estranged son Jayden Federline celebrated Monday’s 16th, her estranged son Sean Federline will celebrate his 17th birthday Wednesday

Receives $20,000 a month in child support: In 2019, Spears' No. 3 ex-husband, Kevin Federline, was granted custody of 70% of their teenage children from their two-year marriage, which ended in 2017.

Receives $20,000 a month in child support: In 2019, Spears’ No. 3 ex-husband, Kevin Federline, was granted custody of 70% of their teenage children from their two-year marriage, which ended in 2017.

The Mississippi-born beauty and her 44-year-old former backup dancer officially ended their two-year marriage in July 2017 – six months before she was put into 5,150 involuntary psychosis.

Britney will play a mysterious role in Sam Levinson and Reza Fahim and the six-episode drama The Weeknd, which premieres in November on HBO.

Spears also signed a $15 million deal with Simon & Schuster in February to publish her memoir for 2023, which completed in July.

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