Britney Spears manager quits: ‘No longer needed.’
Larry Rudolph (57), the manager of Britney Spears (39), quits. According to him, the singer has indicated that she is taking a break and his services are, therefore, “no longer necessary”. This is apparent from a letter from Rudolph to Britney’s father, Jamie (69), who has been her curator since 2008, and her court-appointed care manager Jodi Montgomery. Deadline has that letter in hand.
“It’s been a long time since Britney and I last spoke, and she told me she wanted to stop working indefinitely,” writes Rudolph, who has spent the years since the beginning of Britney’s career. 90 is her manager. He decided on the pop star again indicated that he wanted to stop singing. Larry also writes that he is “extremely proud” of Britney’s achievements and wishes her “all the health and happiness in the world.”