Jamie Spears, Britney’s dad and co-conservator over her estate, is doing whatever it takes to keep everyone – who tries to keep his daughter’s best interest ruined – down. BreatheHeavy.com, a fan website that claims it is the “#1 britney spears fansite”, has revealed that Jamie Spears has demanded to shut down the website. Is this true or not?
Jordan Miller, owner and writer for BreatheHeavy.com has been providing Britney news for 5 years, but most of the time, he includes his personal take on the news. On the website, Miller said:
“I have been battling the conservatorship Britney is currently placed under for months now. When I did not conform to the requests and demands Britney’s management and father, Jamie Spears, recently put upon BreatheHeavy to stay quiet, they in turn became angry and malicious, launching, what I feel is an unjust attack, against me and my website.”
The real issue, in my opinion, is hidden behind these Copyright Infringement claims, rather management, particularly her father/conservator, Jamie Spears, who makes $18,000 a month off his daughter, is desperately trying to hide the truth about Britney’s imprisonment, and shut anyone up who disagrees with their conniving and selfish exploitation of an innocent mother of 2 pushed back into the limelight just several months after a hospitalization.”
In 2 days, his post has received over 500 replies and questions, none of which has been answered directly by Miller. Here’s why it’s a big deal and why this may be true or not:
1) Some people claim that Jordan Miller is a friend of Sam Lufti, the former sidekick of Britney who has made news for manipulating people, including Britney. Fans of the Breatheheavy.com have said that in the 5 years of Jordan’s Britney updates, he never said anything negative about Lufti. Apparently, Lufti’s case against the Spears clan is on Tuesday and rumors has it that there are documents to be revealed in court that supports the claims of Lufti and Miller’s “partnership.” If this is real, seeking donations may just be Miller’s last chance of earning from the website.
2) In the last three years, Miller has been sending April Fool’s pranks to his readers a few days before April 1. Some say this is just another prank and will pass on.
3) The legal missive charged Miller with various copyright and trademark violations for posting Britney song lyrics, photos, videos and audio clips without permission. If this is true, are they going to be asking all Britney fan sites to close up? or just the ones that speak their opinions about Britney’s family?
4) It may be surprising to hear that Britney is asking to shut down fan sites, who stood by her before and after her breakdown, but since Jamie Spears is in control over her affairs. He has fired some crew of Britney’s Circus tour after a routine drug test came out positive. However, if this is true, does Jamie realize that he will hurt Britney’s career by doing this?
BreatheHeavy.com is currently up and running, but all links lead to Miller’s farewell letter. What do you think?