Manager Larry Rudolph of Britney Spears said that he is formally leaving in her intentions to retire.
Jamie Spears, and attorney Jodi Montgomery, co-executor of Spears estate, claimed in a letter written to the father of Spears, that Rudolph is going down.
“I was never part of the conservatory or of its operations therefore I am not in the private domain of many of these facts,” Rudolph said, saying that in over two and a half years he had been in communication with the pop singer.
“I was first employed to aid her with her career at the request of Britney. And as her manager, as my professional skills are no more required, I feel it is in Britney’s best interest to me to quit from her team,” he said.
Rudolph wished “Britney all the world’s health and happiness,” and if she needs him again, the door is open.