Britney’s sons Sean, 13, and Jayden, 12, were allegedly granted a restraining order against him after he was involved in a physical altercation with Sean last month.
And now the 67-year-old has decided to temporarily relinquish the powers of conservatorship due to personal health reasons, TMZ reported.
He has held power over Britney’s conservatorship for 11 years, managing the singer’s financial affairs and daily life since her 2007 breakdown.
TMZ reports Jamie wants to find a temporary replacement before Kevin Federline, Britney’s children’s father can challenge his conservatorship amid the abuse claim.
Jamie asks that Jodi Montgomery, whom he describes as the 37-year-old singer’s “care manager” for the last year, step in through January 20, 2020.
He wants her to have the same control he has had for the last decade — like the power to restrict visitors, the power to communicate with medical personnel and have access to all of Britney’s records and the power to retain caretakers and security for the star.
Jamie has requested an expedited hearing next Monday, claiming that Britney is “able but unwilling” to attend.