Britney Spears’ Family Has Fired another of her Managers, Howard GrossmanÂ
Britney Spears Has Changed Managers Frequently over the Past Several Years
A Look at the Many Managers of Britney SpearsÂ
Britney Spears’ family has fired yet another business manager of the embattled pop star. Britney’s family has accused Howard Grossman of “aiding and abetting” Britney against their instructions during a time when the courts have given them the power to try to reign their daughter in.
The Spears family has also made allegations that another “manager”, Sam Lufti, of being a Swengali, of inducing Britney’s downward spiral into temporary madness.
We wondered, how many managers has Britney had in the past few years and who were they? Did any of Britney’s “crazy” episodes intertwine with her managers, coming or going?
Britney’s first manager, Larry Rudolph, accredited with “discovering” the new child prodigy, 13-year-old Britney, and who stayed with Britney off and on for almost a decade until the fall of 2004, less than one month after she married Kevin Federline.
October 10, 2004
Britney Spears’ longtime manager Larry Rudolph is going another direction: He’s joining forces with the family-owned Maloof Entertainment. Rudolph, Palms owner George Maloof, and local attorney David Chesnoff engineered Spears’ exit from her 55-hour marriage last January. Rudolph announced last week he has split with Spears after a nine-year management relationship with the pop singer.
Credited with discovering the Louisiana native when she was 13 years old, Rudolph said in his statement that they had “mutually agreed” not to renew their relationship. Source – Review Journal
Soon after her marriage to Federline, Spears announced she would take a break in her career to start a family. She gave birth to her first son, Sean Preston Federline, on Sept. 14, 2005. Her second child, Jayden James Federline, was born Sept. 12, 2006. By November, Britney had filed for divorce from the two boy’s father.
What other managers have come and gone–either fired or quitting?
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