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Britney Spears’ dad Jamie seen for first time in years while battling daughter in explosive conservatorship feud

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BRITNEY Spears’ dad Jamie was seen for the first time in years.

The spotting comes as he battles his superstar daughter in an explosive conservatorship feud.

Jamie Spears was spotted for the first time in years

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Jamie Spears was spotted for the first time in yearsCredit: LionsShareNews
He was asked about Britney's wellbeing during the outing

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He was asked about Britney’s wellbeing during the outing
Jamie is currently battling Britney over her conservatorship

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Jamie is currently battling Britney over her conservatorship Credit: AP:Associated Press

The 68-year-old was seen leaving an airport as he dodged questions about Britney’s conservatorship and wellbeing.

Jamie was dressed conformably in a gray T-shirt, black jacket, sweatpants, face mask, baseball cap, sneakers and glasses.

He appeared uncomfortable as he avoided eye contact with others and walked with his hands in his jacket pockets.

Jamie and his ex-wife Lynne, 65, attended a conservatorship hearing for Britney in September.

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NINTCHDBPICT000614555760Credit: LionsShareNews

Lynne and Jamie are said to be at odds about how to control their famous daughter’s affairs as he pushes to retain control of Britney’s estate.

Judge Penny deferred any ruling on appointing a new conservator and unsealing any legal documents until the next hearing, which will be held on November 10.

A ruling on who will ultimately run Britney’s conservatorship is not expected until February 2021.

The 38-year-old pop star was not present for the meeting, which was held virtually from a Los Angeles courtroom.

Jamie has kept a low profile over the years

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Jamie has kept a low profile over the yearsCredit: LionsShareNews
He attended a court hearing over the legal battle in September

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He attended a court hearing over the legal battle in SeptemberCredit: AFP – Getty

According to court papers, Jamie wants attorney Andrew Wallet – who resigned from the role a year ago with a $100,000 payout – to be the new co-conservator in charge of his daughter’s finances and other affairs.

Britney has previously attempted and failed to remove her father and the lawyers from the conservatorship in court. 

Legal documents state that the Womanizer singer requested her conservatorship be taken over by the independent Bessemer Trust.

Britney has said that she will not perform again until these legal matters are sorted out, according to court filings obtained by The Sun.

The singer’s finances and assets have been controlled by the conservatorship since her 2007 mental breakdown.

Britney did not attend the recent hearing

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Britney did not attend the recent hearingCredit: Getty Images – Getty
Britney lost control of her finances following her mental breakdown in 2007

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Britney lost control of her finances following her mental breakdown in 2007Credit: Getty Images – Getty
Britney refuses to perform under the legal matter is settled

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Britney refuses to perform under the legal matter is settledCredit: Instagram

Britney’s fan have expressed their outrage over the situation and started a worldwide movement demanding her freedom

Around 50 protestors from the #FreeBritney campaign chanted their support for the star outside of her latest hearing.

Other fans showed their support by gathering online from all over the world.

Protestors have gathered to support the singer

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Protestors have gathered to support the singerCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Throughout the legal battle, Britney has leaned on boyfriend Sam Asghari, 26, for support.

The pair met on set of Britney’s raunchy music video for Slumber Party, in which they played love interests.

Sam has stood by Britney through the troubling time and reportedly helps her with her anxiety.

Britney has leaned on her boyfriend during the difficult time

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Britney has leaned on her boyfriend during the difficult timeCredit: Instagram
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