Britney Spears Gets out from Conservatorship Battle with Millions of Dollars

Britney Spears has been released from her conservatorship, which means she now has greater authority over her money for the first time in 13 years. And because she is a talented icon and a diligent worker, she has amassed quite a lot.

So, how much money does Britney have in her bank account? We’ll go into that shortly, but so that you know, her assets would be greater if she hadn’t been compelled to pay so many legal bills throughout her conservatorship struggle.

How much have Britney Spears left after conservatorship?

Britney had to fund her former lawyer Sam Ingham’s annual salary of $520,000, according to The New Yorker. While her living expenditures in 2019 were $438,360.

If you think that’s crazy, you’re right! According to the New York Times, Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, earned roughly $16,000 per month (plus $2,000 per month for office space) and received a share of Britney’s transactions.

Jamie received 1.5 percent of gross sales from his daughter’s Vegas residency, Piece of Me, in 2011. With everything out of the way, let’s get down to business with the money.

Britney Spears made a lot of money in the early 2000s, including $40 million from touring and album sales in 2002. But an insider on her team stated she was down to “a few million dollars” when her conservatorship was formed.

Britney Spears’ net worth

While that amount expanded during Britney’s conservatorship, she appears to have had limited access to her personal funds. 

This is incredibly bizarre given she was working nonstop during the time, producing four albums and doing a $300,000-per-night Vegas residency.

Plus additional $35 million when the contract was renewed, and they went on a $131 million tour. She also received $15 million for judging a season of The X Factor. Meanwhile, Forbes stated that she made $34 million last year.

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