Pop singer Britney Spears does not work until he improves his thinking, says his longtime manager Larry Rudolph, telling TMZ that his drugs are "stop working."
Spears rescinded a residency in Las Vegas in January and later checked the mental health facility. He is no longer in the facility but has fought a battle with his financial conservatorship and his father's health concerns.
Rudolph told TMZ that he did not "want to work again" until he was ready, physically, mentally and zealously. If that time does not come back, it will not come again. I have no desire or ability to reproduce his work. I'm just here for her when she wants to work. And, if he wants to work again, I'm here to tell him if this is a good idea or a bad idea. "
The stress on her father's widow's illness worsened the problems of Spears. Rudolph called it" the perfect storm, "and said that" he should handle his show because his meds stopped working. "The new Las Vegas show" Britney: Domination "was paused in January.
Rudolph said there was no plan to continue the show at this time." From what I gathered was clear to me that he should not go back to do this residency in Vegas, not in the near future and possibly no longer. "
Earlier this month, a Los Angeles judge ordered an expert review on The conservatorship by Spears, run by his father.
The Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Judge Brenda Penny said that expert examination can identify the psychological and mental health of an undefined party.
Conservatorship a y founded in 2008, a time when Spears was struggling with strange behavior, many of them in public.