Britney Spears thinks her dad handed out hundreds of thousands of dollars to her former business owner for no good reason… and she thinks it was way too much. According to new legal documents obtained by TMZ… Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group started replacing Britney over a decade ago and received a 5% commission on her gross entertainment revenues. It was obviously a lot of money when Britney was actively playing, but it took a hit when she announced his “indefinite work hiatus” at the start of 2019. According to the documents… Tri Star emailed Brit’s father, Jamie Spears, in November 2019 and said he wanted to stay on the 5% commission plan, but with an annual minimum of $ 500,000. Britney claims her father approved this new arrangement without attempting to negotiate a more favorable deal and in so doing … screwed her up on $ 308,974.51 she sent Tri Star for her services in 2019. Britney’s legal team are calling these “radical new arrangements” which gave Tri Star a 260% increase over the amount they would have been owed under the previous deal. She seeks to refuse the payment of $ 309,000 as being excessive and to refund it to him on the books. We broke history… Tri Star also recently resigned as Brit biz director last month, and Jamie has already hired a new one. This creates another major break in her guardianship case in progress, and was instrumental in Brit’s decision to try to get her father removed as a co-curator.