As Deadline first reported, Larry Rudolph, Britney's manager, has resigned after having worked with her throughout her career, which began in 1995. Rudolph wrote this letter to Jodi Montgomery and Jamie Spears, Spears' co-conservators.
Britney and me have not spoken in over two years. She informed me that she would be taking a long-term hiatus from work. I discovered that Britney had been publicly stating her desire to retire earlier today.
You probably know that I have not been involved in the conservatorship or its operations. I don't have access to these details. Britney asked me to be her manager and help her in her career. Britney's manager told me that it was in her best interests to let me go. My professional services are no more needed.
This letter is my formal resignation.
We have accomplished so much together over the past 25 years. Britney my best wishes for health and happiness. I will be there for Britney if she ever has a need, just like I was always.