March 22, 2017  

Jason Trawick Quits as Britney Spears' Agent to Focus on Their Personal Relationship

May 12, 2010 (9:42 am) GMT
After repeatedly hit with split rumor, Jason Trawick and Britney Spears decide to end their professional relationship in order to focus on their romance.
Britney Spears

' beau Jason Trawick has quit as her agent - so the pair can "focus on their personal relationship". The "Toxic" hitmaker has been dating her agent since early 2009. They were rumored to have broken up last August, only to reunite weeks later.

The couple faced fresh rumors of an imminent split in March after they were reportedly spotted arguing in public. But the superstar's representative has silenced speculation of a break-up - by announcing Trawick has quit as Spears' agent so they can concentrate on their romance.

A spokesperson tells People.com, "(They) have decided to end their professional relationship and focus on their personal relationship. Since wrapping her recent world tour, Spears has been busy in the studio working on her next album."

Trawick has worked as the pop singer's agent since 2006, and also looks after the interests of , and . But, recent report suggested he is helping to re-start 's faltering career has been denied. The music manager told Access Hollywood, "TMZ has a very vivid imagination."

More Britney Spears News

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. 'The Talk' Host Sheryl Underwood Cries as She Reveals Terrifying Rape Ordeal
  2. Brie Larson to Play U.S. First Female Presidential Candidate in Victoria Woodhull Biopic
  3. Netflix Debuts 'Death Note' Teaser Trailer and It's Slammed for Whitewashing
  4. Michael Shannon Joins Contention to Play Cable in 'Deadpool 2'
  5. Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus Caught in Lip-Lock Amid Romance Rumors
  6. Lorde, Muse, The Killers, Chance the Rapper, Arcade Fire to Headline 2017 Lollapalooza
  7. William Shatner Says Nick Viall 'Needs to Go' From 'DWTS', the 'Bachelor' Star Reacts
  8. Zac Efron Is Drag Queen, The Rock Disses One Direction in New 'Baywatch' Trailer