FamousLarry Rudolph, 57, has been a manager of Britney Spears, 39, for many years, but has now resigned. This says the US news site Deadline. In a written statement to Britney’s executives, Rudolph announced his resignation because his “services are no longer essential”.
Larry and Britney have been together since the early years of her career – back in the ’90s. However, they had no contact with each other for more than two years. After the “Toxic” singer told him she wanted to take an indefinite break from work, she said nothing more. In a written statement to the executives of Britney, Jamie Spears and Judy Montgomery, which the deadline was able to secure, Larry has now formally submitted his resignation: “Britney has reiterated her intention to officially stop singing. As her manager, I believe it is in her best interest to resign from her team as she is no longer there. need my professional services.”
Larry, who is also Aerosmith’s front manager singer Stephen Tyler, said he is “so proud of what she has accomplished with Britney throughout her career.” He also made it clear that he was never part of the administration. He concluded his message with the words: “I wish Britney all the health and happiness in the world and I will be there for her if she needs me again, as I always have been.”
Britney has been under her father’s supervision since 2007 after her mental breakdown Jimmy Spears. He is responsible for her financial affairs, but also many other things in her life. For years, the singer has been trying to get her business back into her hands. On June 23, she testified in court: “I hope and dream that all this ends. I want my life back. I don’t think this situation is abuse. I want to end administration without evaluation. I want to apply to end all this.” Britney also claimed that her officials do everything for To prevent her from having more children.
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