Mo' money, mo' problems?
Britney Spears is estimated by some to be worth approximately $200 million -- that's money she's earned from the seven chart-topping albums, touring for close to 15 years, signing oodles of endorsement deals, and hawking 10 of her very own fragrances.
Over the years, Spears has amassed a huge fortune, so it's no wonder her conservators keep the pop star, who is an undeniable cash cow for everyone involved with her career, on such a short leash.
TMZ has obtained new documents from the singer's conservatorship case, dated Dec. 31, 2010, that show her assets totalled $32,376,140.90 -- but sources say that figure doesn't even include a number of valuable assets.
Since 2010, Spears has gone on to pull in some serious money, as her most recent world tour made $68 million, and is reported to have landed a $15 million contract as a judge on "X Factor."
Like many A-listers, Spears owns numerous properties and has cash tied up in investments, but according to the court documents, she's also got plenty of cash flow. TMZ reports that Spears had $14,740,566.71 in cash at the end of 2010.
While Spears brings in the big bucks, she also spends them. Files from the conservatorship case show that Spears spent, $19,000 a month to rent a Calabasas home, $303,673.72 in child support and care, and her electric bill totalled $5,629.43 for just one month.
Spears' finances prove she isn't quite as frugal as "New Girl" star Zooey Deschanel, whose divorce filings revealed that she only drops around $1,000 on groceries, and $800 on utilities every month -- clearly these two ladies are living very different lifestyles.
Click over to TMZ to see more of Britney Spears' expenditures.
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