#Tri Star

Britney Spears agrees to postpone next court hearing

The next hearing in Britney Spears’ conservatorship case will no longer take place on January 19, after a continuing disagreement over subpoenas issued to former management firm Tri Star Management Group, according to court documents. Britney Spears was freed from her conservatorship on November 12, 2021. However, there is...

Schmiesing Given Contract Extension, Fortkamp To Retire

(1-11-22) The Celina City Schools Board of Education held its first meeting of 2022 last night. Following an executive session, the board approved an extension to Dr. Ken Schmiesing’s Superintendent contract which will take the contract to July 31, 2025. Two retirements were accepted by the BOE. Jeff Fortkamp...
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Conflicts of interest between Jamie Spears and Tri-Star have been revealed

It seems that there was a conflict of interest between Jamie Spears and Tri-Star, the management company which managed the tutelage of the pop star. The patriarch of the Spears clan had decided to call on this firm shortly after obtaining a judge to put his daughter under guardianship in 2008.

2 injured when truck falls from hoist

Two people were injured at a Fayette County car dealership when a vehicle fell from a hoist. Fayette County Emergency Management Agency (FCEMA) said a call came in at 2:52 p.m. Wednesday from Tri Star Chevrolet along Pittsburgh Road in North Union Township. The original report was that a vehicle...

Britney Spears' Lawyer Says Jamie Spears is Shameful Asking for More Money

Britney Spears' lawyer says it is an "abomination" her father is asking for even more money now that the conservatorship has been terminated and reports have surfaced alleging the conservatorship was one big money grab. Mathew Rosengart issued a blistering statement -- "The conservatorship has been terminated and Mr. Spears...

Britney Spears' father took out a $40,000 loan before putting her under a conservatorship: report

Now that Britney Spears’ conservatorship is over, questions remain as to whether anyone, including her father, inappropriately benefited financially from the situation. In November, the conservatorship that Spears was under for 13 years, most of that time spent with her father in control of her life and finances, ended per a Los Angeles Superior Court judge’s ruling.

Britney Spears former business manager under scrutiny over guardianship

It states that the conservatorship, which lasted for an unusually long period of 13 years and netted Jamie Spears some $6 million, gave him “vast power over [Britney’s] life and finances.” It also notes that Tri Star has declined to reveal how much money it earned from the arrangement, but puts the figure at “millions” of dollars.

Britney Spears’ Former Business Manager Under Scrutiny Over Financial Management of Conservatorship

A New York Times report published Sunday raises questions about whether Lou Taylor, the business manager long associated with Britney Spears’ recently concluded conservatorship, improperly enriched herself using the singer’s earnings. In the report, titled “Britney Spears Felt Trapped. Her Business Manager Benefited,” Taylor, her companies and Britney’s father and former conservator, Jamie Spears, deny any impropriety through attorneys. The report notes that Taylor’s company, Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group, was a small firm until she met Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, in 2008, striking an arrangement that would bring both millions. It states that the conservatorship, which lasted for an...

Britney Spears’ Father Jamie Wants More Money Post Conservatorship

Britney Spears’ father Jamie Spears hasn’t gotten enough of his daughter’s money, apparently. Britney’s lawyer says it is an “abomination” that her father is asking for even more money now that the conservatorship has been terminated. Per gossip website TMZ, lawyer Mathew Rosengart issued...