Jamie Spears, Britney Spears’ Father, Undergoes Leg Amputation and Struggles with Recovery


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Jamie Spears Has Leg Amputated

TMZ reported that Jamie Spears, 71, “had a massive infection in one of his legs that landed him in a hospital for weeks. He had 5 unsuccessful surgeries to contain the infection, and doctors decided the only way to proceed was amputation.”

Daily Mail alleged that there is now hope that Britney will mend her fractured relationship with Jamie. Jamie had become Britney’s conservator back in 2008 after she suffered a mental breakdown, and he controlled every aspect of her life until she was finally freed from the conservatorship in 2021.

“He’s had other ailments and has been downcast amid the torrent of criticism over his handling of the conservatorship,” TMZ stated. “Jamie is the one who moved from Louisiana to care for his daughter back in 2007. Lots of people who were involved back then say Jamie may have saved Britney’s life.”

Britney Fires Back

Sources close to Britney have told Page Six that she has no interest in reconciling with Jamie despite his health issues. Though Britney has been reconciling with her mother Lynne, 68, this remains “an active work in progress,” according to one insider.

“Her mom does love her. There is no doubt about that,” a source told People Magazine on Monday. Lynne was spotted at Britney’s 42nd birthday party last Friday, with a source saying that “being together and celebrating her birthday was a really nice moment for the family.”

Britney’s Abortion Claim

This comes after Britney revealed in her memoir “The Woman In Me” that she had an abortion during her time dating the singer Justin Timberlake two decades ago.

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