Pop singer Britney Spears will not work until her mental health improves, says longtime manager Larry Rudolph, telling TMZ that her medications are "no longer working" in a psychiatric facility. She is no longer in the facility, but involved in a fight for her financial security and concern for her father's health.
Rudolph told TMZ that he does not want her to work again until she is ready, physically, mentally and passionately. If this time never comes again, it will never come back. I have no desire or ability to get her working again. I'm only there for her if she wants to work. And if she ever wants to work again, I'm here to tell her if it's a good or a bad idea.
The stress of her father's extensive illness has exacerbated the Spears problem. Rudolph called it the "perfect storm" and said that he "had to pull off their show because their meds did not work anymore". Spears' new Las Vegas show "Britney: Domination" was interrupted in January.
Rudolph said that there is currently no resumption of the show planned. "From what I have gathered, I realize that she should not be residing in Vegas in the near future and possibly never again."
Earlier this month, a judge in Los Angeles assigned an expert review to Spears & # 39; Conservatory, which was headed by her father.
Brenda Penny, judge at Los Angeles Supreme Court, said the expert assessment would determine the mental health and competence of an unspecified party.
The Conservatory was founded in 2008 when Spears struggled with strange behavior, much of it in public.