Britney’s Former Music Manager Johnny Wright Doesn’t See The Light?



What the hell, Johnny Wright.

Johnny Wright's camp spoke to Eonline.com regarding Wright's law suit against Britney.

"Clay Townsend, the attorney representing Florida-based manager Johnny Wright, told E! News following a closed hearing Monday that they are in no hurry to question Spears since their trial isn't on the docket until 2010."

"Johnny Wright still has a lot of affection for Britney," Townsend said. "He was around Britney for a long time, since the Mickey Mouse days and he just wishes the best for her."

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"Their financial issues were probably due to accounting errors, the lawyer added, and Wright is glad Spears is doing better and ready to head out on tour."

Now he is GLAD Britney is on tour? Let me refresh your memories:

Check out a direct quote from Wright in the January 19 edition of OK! magazine:

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"A comeback is not what I wish for Britney. What I wish for her is to settle down and find real happiness. All her essential relationships have been torn apart. She's been divorced twice, she doesn't have custody of her kids, she's being pushed back into being a money machine. I want her to be happy in her heart, then go back to the business because she wants to, not because people are convincing her she has to, or that it would be good therapy for her. It's too soon for her to be a part of a manufactured machine that is pushing her to have to be a success.

It was very telling when I found out Wade and Andre were no longer with the tour. They helped create the best tours we ever had with Britney. Wade is a really good influence and understands her. When I heard he was no longer involved, I knew there was a problem, and it is probably just the beginning of more problems to come.

Britney has to rival Madonna out there, but Madonna really wants to do it. Seeing Britney do it by the numbers isn't a good sign. It means she might not want it as much as those around her do.

In the beginning, in her mind, she could stop at any time. Now she's thinking, 'I've got 170 people on payroll, my dad quit his job, my mom relies totally on me and I can't take a break. I can't go back to my friends in Kentwood. I can't step back... that's tough for an adult, never mind a kid... When a parent becomes an employee of a child, they worry about getting fired, so they stop being parents in order not to get laid off.

Her career can wait. Now it should be about spending time with her kids. That's where she'll bring herself back to herself. But she's gearing up for much more time away from them while on the road. Even if she's gone for a month, the growth of those boys during that period is significant. She won't see that and will really miss that.

Those are moments she's not going to get back."


Alright, what gives?!