Britney Spears' beau walks away from relationship without a dime

ANI
ANI17 January 2013

Washington, Jan. 17 (ANI): Britney Spears fiance Jason Trawick, who devoted years of his life to be the pop star's main caretaker, did not expect any sort of a payout from her when the couple split, it has been revealed.

A source told Radar Online that Trawick is walking away from the relationship with nothing but the money he earned from 'The X Factor' and that is totally okay with him.

Trawick apparently made it clear to the Spears' sisters that he wasn't a charity case and didn't want or need any of her money.

Trawick, whose clients at the talent agency includes Spears, Hilary Duff and Taylor Swift, isn't worried about his financial future and is already looking forward for his next career move.

The source said that Trawick made a good living and was super successful before he hooked up with Spears and is confident that he will thrive again.

Trawick has even more connections now and is trying to figure out the next step in his career, which may or may not be in management, the source said.

The source added that Trawick is really excited about the future and is currently looking into several opportunities right now.

For the time being, Trawick is living off his savings from before he met Britney as well as his huge paycheck from the 'X Factor.' (ANI)

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