In “New York Times Presents: Controlling Britney Spears,” a former member of Spears’ security team claims that the pop star the bedroom had a microphone with an audio recording device who monitored their personal conversations at home.
“The unauthorized recording or monitoring of Britney’s communications, especially attorney-client communications, which are a sacrosanct part of the legal system, represents a gross and shameful violation of her privacy rights and a striking example of the deprivation of her rights. civil liberties, “Rosengart said. Fox News.
“Placing a listening device in Britney’s bedroom would be particularly horrible and corroborates much of her compelling and moving testimony,” he added. “Mr. Spears has crossed unfathomable lines.”
the documentary film, directed by Samantha Stark and produced by Liz Day, is a continuation of “Framing Britney Spears” that aired earlier this year. These are explosive claims about the control Spears’ team had over their day-to-day life under the control of 13-year curatorship from which he is desperately struggling to get out.
For the first time, Alex Vlasov, a former employee of Spears’ longtime security company Black Box Security, is filing allegations that the company allegedly engaged in unethical and illegal practices to track his every move. Vlasov claims the company installed an “audio recording device” in the “Toxic” singer’s bedroom that recorded her “conversations with her boyfriend and children.”
The documentary claims that the device recorded “180 hours of audio” from Spears’ room.
Additionally, the film also consisted of allegations that Tri Star Sports & Entertainment’s Robin Greenhill, who worked closely with Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, wanted to mirror the singer’s phone with an iPad connected to her iCloud account to track your text messages with friends.
Greenhill allegedly asked the security team to encrypt Spears’ messages and send them to her father. He added that it seemed like Spears couldn’t have someone in the privacy of her own home without her team knowing about it. He described the restrictions placed on the pop star “as a minor who needs parental consent.”
In addition, Vlasov alleges that members of the security team were instructed to give Spears envelopes packed with her medications inside. Vlasov claimed that his bosses informed him that this responsibility came directly from the “client” of the company. The customer, he says, was Jamie.
An attorney for Greenhill said the allegations were false, while Jamie did not respond to requests related to the documentary. In a statement, his attorney said: “His actions were carried out with the knowledge and consent of Britney, her court-appointed attorney and / or court. Jamie’s record as conservator and the court’s approval of his actions speak for themselves. Jamie loves Britney without hesitation and wants only the best for her. He will never stop loving or supporting his daughter. “
In early September, Jamie filed a petition to end the guardianship. This week, Rosengart submitted his own documents proposing that the more than decade-long deal to control Spears’s life and finances come to an end this fall and without the need for the singer to undergo medical or mental health evaluations. .
Spears’ next hearing in the legal battle against her father is scheduled for September 29.
Melissa Roberto of Fox News contributed to this report.