Britney Spears’ attorney is working for free.
Mathew Rosengart has begun offering his services pro bono after receiving approximately $6 million from the pop star since she retained him in July 2021, TMZ reported Friday.
Sources told the outlet that Spears paid the former federal prosecutor $4.2 million between November 2021 and March 2023 alone, a figure that represents the work he performed after her conservatorship was terminated.
While the Grammy winner has been a free woman for a year and a half, her court case is still ongoing as she continues to battle her estranged father, Jamie Spears, and former business manager, Lou Taylor, over legal fees and accounting.
“We’re very proud not only of the work but the moderate cost, which is actually for close to two years and runs the gamut from suspension of (Jamie) to ending the conservatorship to blocking (Britney’s) deposition and discovery from her to numerous other issues ranging from her music deal to book, prenup, appeals, restraining orders, security and daily issues,” Rosengart tells Page Six exclusively.
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The $6 million that Britney, 41, has paid her powerhouse lawyer pales in comparison to the $36-plus million that Jamie, 70, and various attorneys allegedly took from the “Toxic” singer’s estate throughout her nearly 14-year conservatorship.
Rosengart claimed in court documents filed in January 2022 that Jamie — who put himself in charge of his superstar daughter’s personal and financial affairs in February 2008 amid her personal struggles — received “at least $6 million” for his role as conservator.
The filing also alleged that the Spears patriarch “petitioned for fees to be paid to dozens of different law firms” for “more than $30 million.”
Jamie has denied any wrongdoing.
Britney reportedly had a net worth of just $60 million when her conservatorship ended despite her chart-topping albums, $15 million deal to judge “The X Factor” and a four-year Las Vegas concert residency that grossed $137.7 million, among other ventures.