After a stalker incident at a wedding, Jamie Spears fought hard in court to get Britney Spears’ home address, but ultimately lost.


Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! Attorneys for Britney Spears and Jamie Spears argued during a hearing on Wednesday about whether Jamie Spears had the right to know his daughter’s home address, which was crucial to his case weeks after her ex-husband disrupted her wedding.

The choice was made as part of the on-going legal drama around the 13-year conservatorship of the pop artist. Even though the contentious arrangement is gone, ongoing legal disputes have exposed any remaining animosities between Jaime Spears and his daughter, the pop singer.

Britney Spears scored a significant victory this week when Judge Brenda Penny decided that the singer would not be have to submit to Jamie Spears’ team’s questioning. Penny also had to decide whether Jamie’s team needed to be informed with Britney’s address as part of the hearing.

In the wake of an incident at her June wedding, when her ex-husband of 55 hours, Jason Alexander, attempted to crash the ceremony, the star’s attorneys argued against disclosing the address. According to court records, he was charged with felony stalking as well as misdemeanor counts of violence, vandalism, and trespassing.

The address was needed when it was claimed that Britney Spears’ attorney was signing documents on her behalf while she was out of town, according to Jamie Spears’ attorney Alex Weingarten, who called it a “essential piece of the puzzle.”

The Britney Spears attorney, Lisa McCurdy, told the court that “giving her home address doesn’t prove if she’s in town or not,” which sparked a heated discussion in the courtroom in response to Jamie Spears’ team’s address demand.

Weingarten informed the court, “She recently got married at her home, and images were everywhere.

Weingarten was reprimanded by Britney Spears’ attorney Mathew Rosengart for “chucking at the invasion of privacy” and asserting that “Ms. Spears has been the target of more than one stalker.”

Even though a protective order was in effect, Penny finally decided that Britney Spears would not be required to provide her address.
Penny told the court, “You could lock it up, but some people still find a way.

Rosengart told the court, “It’s just harassment.” Think about it, Britney’s father is paying a lawyer to have us pay him to give him her address, he continued, alluding to Jamie’s demand that Britney pay his legal bills.