The 39-year-old former manager said he had not spoken to the star for more than two years, when she told him she wanted to take “an indefinite break from work.”
Larry had been the manager of singer Toxic from the early years of her career in the mid-1990s.
Now Deadline has shared a letter they say they sent to court-appointed Britney, Jamie Spears and Jodi Montgomery co-curators on Monday.
In it, he wrote how he became aware that the pop star was once again expressing his intention to officially withdraw from singing.
“As a manager, I think it’s in Britney’s best interests that I resign from her team as my professional services are no longer needed,” he said.
Larry, who also directs Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, admitted he was “extremely proud” of what he has accomplished with Britney throughout his career. He also specified that he had never been part of the guardianship.
He concluded: “I wish Britney all the health and happiness in the world, and I will be there for her if she ever needs me again, as I always have been. “
The news follows last week’s announcement that Britney’s attempts to remove her father Jamie from her tutelage have so far failed.
Responsibility for his finances and other areas of his life fell on his father after his mental health crisis in 2007 under the legal arrangement.
The Guardian reported that the document denying his request read: “The Registrar’s request to suspend James P Spears immediately after the appointment of Bessemer Trust Company Of California, NA as sole registrar of the estate is dismissed without prejudice. ”
Shortly after the announcement, the Bessemer Trust filed a petition to withdraw from the arrangement due to Britney’s objections.
The singer had declared on June 23 to Brenda Penny, judge of the Superior Court of Los Angeles: “It is my wish and my dream that this all ends. I want to get my life back.
“I really believe that this guardianship is abusive… I want to end the guardianship without being evaluated. I want to petition to end the trusteeship. “
She also claimed that the guardianship forced her to use contraception to prevent her from having more children.