Kardashians are 'still working with Britney Spears' ex-manager' whom singer 'blames for controlling conservatorship'

THE Kardashians have been revealed to "still work" with Britney Spears' disgraced former manager Lou Taylor.

New documents have shown that the manager was involved in many of the businesses owned by the Kardashian family as recently as this year.


Page Six obtained California Secretary of State documents showing that Taylor, who founded Tri Star Sports and Entertainment Group, served as an “agent for service of process” for several of the Kardashian-Jenner businesses.

As an “agent for service of process”, Taylor would be receiving legal correspondence on behalf of all the Kardashian's companies.

Her name featured in company proceedings for Kim Kardashian's perfume range KKW Fragrance LLC, as well as her company KimsAPrinces Inc.

Lou Taylor also had involvement with Kendall Jenner Inc and Kris Jenner's nonprofit organisation Kardashian Jenner Family Foundation Inc.

The ties extended further outside the family too, as Kylie Jenner's boyfriend Travis Scott and his Cactus Jack Enterprises LLC also reportedly listed Taylor on the Secretary of State documents for the entities.

Filings including Taylor's name come as recent as July of this year – where she's listed within KKW Fragrance and Kendall Jenner Inc.

Taylor was Britney's former business manager for the singer's estate, and she was widely accused by fans as the mastermind behind her conservatorship.

CNN's Toxic: Britney Spears' Battle for Freedom alleged that Spears blamed Taylor for many of the issues surrounding her conservatorship.

"Britney is aware and angered by the control exercised over her by Lou Taylor and her company, which reaped millions of dollars from her estate," a source said in the pilot.

In November 2020, Taylor resigned from her position without giving Spears any prior notice or a statement after over a decade working together.

Taylor’s attorney, denied she had a role in the creation of the conservatorship.

Charles Harder told Page Six in September 2021 that Taylor played “no role whatsoever in the creation of a conservatorship for Britney Spears,” adding that her “prayer and fasting were focused on saving Ms. Spears’ life.”

Harder stressed that Tri Star was business manager for Britney’s estate, not the star herself, for the Circus Starring Britney Spears tour. The tour kicked off in March 2009.

Harder stated that Taylor beganrepresenting the estate in 2010.

BEST FOR BRITNEY

Despite their ties to Taylor, a source told Page Six that the Keeping Up With The Kardashians stars "only want the best for Britney and wish her happiness."

A second source insisted they "trusted the professionals who work for and alongside them have their best interested at heart until proven otherwise."

Nonetheless, momager Kris, 65, has also kept in contact with another controversial figure in Britney's life – bodyguard Edan Yemini.

Despite being the former head of Britney's security team under her conservatorship, Radar Online reported that he was hired in 2019 by the Kardashians.

Since working with the Toxic singer, Yemini has been accused, alongside her father Jamie, of secretly recording her in her bedroom.

In the New York Times documentary Controlling Britney Spears, a lawyer hit back that Yemini had working within "professional, ethical and legal bounds".

Business manager Taylor's company, Tri Star Sports and Entertainment Group, were meanwhile accused of monitoring Britney's iPhone and messages in the pilot.

An attorney for Tri Star hit back that suggestions Taylor was involved in implementing any security measures were "false".

An attorney for Tri Star, meanwhile, called any suggestions that Taylor and Greenhill were involved in implementing security measures “false.”

It didn't stop Britney's lawyer, Matthew Rosengart, from vowing to investigate the "horrifying and unconscionable invasions" of her privacy.

BRITNEY 'FREED'

Last month, popstar Britney was "freed" in a huge legal victory after her father Jamie Spears, 69, was removed as her conservator after 13 years.

While speaking in court, Judge Brenda Penny said: "Based on what I read in the filings, and I read everything. I do believe the suspension of Jamie Spears is in the best interest of Britney Spears.

"The current situation is unattainable. The court finds the toxic environment Jamie Spears has created needs to be removed today."

The change means that the Mississippi native will have more freedom over her personal life.

She can now make big life decisions, including taking big steps with her fiancé Sam Asghari, 27.

Before the judge made her decision, Britney's lawyer Mathew S. Rosengart slammed Jamie as a "toxic, abusive alcoholic" in court.

'A CAGED ANIMAL'

It comes days after Britney admitted she felt like a “caged animal” after she revealed her filmmaking aspirations to “direct things herself.”

Britney took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a video of herself dancing in a cheetah-print bodysuit to an unreleased song.

About one minute into the upbeat clip, the Toxic singer changed into a curve hugging green bodysuit with a plunging neckline as she continued to show off her moves.

In the caption of the post, Britney opened up about her singing career and future goals.

After sharing her was “researching on my computer,” Britney explained she “was checking out some of my songs that haven’t been released as singles.”

Britney continued: “Well I could have sworn I was saying ‘I just eat my honey’ but I remembered it's actually ‘I just keep on running’ !!!”

The singer admitted she is “experimenting with what I can do,” adding: "You know a home studio with no lights and a four year old phone!

"I made this video in a two hours … edited all of it … I know some videos can be made in a day or two pulling all nighters and then some movies talk almost a year !!!"





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