During his interview with Page Six, the worried dad stated, “All these conspiracy theorists know nothing. The world doesn’t understand. It’s up to the court of California to make a decision about what’s best for my little girl. It’s nobody else’s business.”
During the course of the interview, Jamie adopted a transparent strategy to respond to questions with respect to claims made in his name about allegedly ‘stealing’ money from his daughter’s accounts.
Jamie claimed, “I need to report each nickel and dime spent to the court per annum. How the hellfire would I take something? Individuals are being followed and targeted by death threats. It’s horrible. We do not want those sorts of fans. I really like my daughter.” However, he clarified that fans should poke or prude in places they need no right to because “I love all my children. But this is often our business. It’s private.”
For the unversed, the supporters for the #FreeBritney campaign believe Britney has no true agency in her life and “has the right to live and not be determined what to do, when to do it and how to do it The petition also believes, “She can control her own life.”
“Her team has kept her quiet for years and it’s presently an ideal opportunity for Britney to talk! She’s been held against her and stayed silent for a really long time. At now it’s not about Britney the pop star it’s about Britney Jean, the individual. She’s a person, not a show pony.”