Britney Spears will retire from stage: Her manager resigns (VIDEO)

Larry Rudolph, who represented Britney Spears in her 25-year career, He quit being his manager.

did In a letter to the singer’s father, Jamie Spears, and attorney Jodi Montgomery, The trustee of Brittany’s fortune, who has been a ward since 2008.

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Rudolph cited The singer “intends to officially resign” from his position due to the singer’s decision to retire from the stage. The letter was posted by Deadline.

“I’ve never been a part of the Guardianship or its operation, so I am not aware of many of these details,” wrote Rudolf, who noted that he has not communicated with Britney Spears for more than two and a half years.

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“Originally I was hired at Brittany’s request to help with her career. My professional services are no longer necessary”.

“I will always be incredible We are proud of what we achieved in our 25 years together“.

I wish Brittany health and happiness all over the world, and I will be there for her if she ever needs me again, like I always have been,” said Rudolf.

“I wish Britney everyone in the world health and happiness.”

on June 23, Britney Spears publicly addressed the court For the first time in his nearly 13-year legal battle.

The singer has been in court-ordered legal custody since 2008 With his father, Jamie Spears; Acting largely as their sole guardian.

I’m not happy, Britney Spears confesses

as always, Guardianship is established for elderly people with dementia, or people with disabilities, They are literally incapable of caring for themselves, either mentally or physically.

“I’m not happy. I can’t sleep. I’m so angry and sad. I cry every day,” Brittany told the judge during a Los Angeles Superior Court hearing.