The man who had been Britney Spears’ manager for the longest time has resigned from the job. Larry Rudolph was the songstress’s representative for years. He made the decision to leave Spears’ employ after the legal drama that is continuing to mount regarding her conservatorship.
Larry Rudolph Had A Long Connection With Spears
Larry Rudolph turned in his resignation via a letter addressed to the co-conservators of Britney Spears, on Monday. They are Jamie Spears, her father, and Jodi Montgomery who was appointed by the court.
Larry Rudolph stated in the letter that more than two and a half years had passed since he had been able to last communicate with Britney. The last communication was Spears telling him that the singer wanted to go on an indefinite hiatus in her work. He added that he had recently become aware that it was Spears’ way of expressing her intention of officially retiring.
He clarified that he never took a part in her conservatorship or the operations, so he did not know of any details. Larry Rudolph said that Spears had requested his hiring for help with assisting and managing her career. So as Spears’ manager, he believed that the singer’s best interest lay with him resigning from the team since his professional services were not needed any longer.
He added that he will continue to be extremely proud of their accomplishments while they worked together for two and a half decades. In the end, Larry Rudolph wished Britney every bit of happiness and health. He promised to be available for Spears if she needed him once more, just like old times.
The resignation of Rudolph shortly follows the withdrawal of Bessemer Trust’s involvement with the finances of the singer’s conservatorship. They had the belief the Spears was willingly agreeing to be in her conservatorship.