According to the New York Times documentary, Britney Spears’ father worked for a security company that recorded his phone calls and text messages during a court-appointed guardianship from 2008.
In the movie “Controlling Britney Spears”, Alex Vlasov, a former security guard at the “Black Box”, worked with the choir for almost 9 years. She said a bug had also been placed in her bedroom.
He told the filmmakers that he had asked them to decode some of Britney’s text conversations to send to her father Jimmy Spears and an employee of the business management company hired by her father.
When he inquired about the hearing, they said Britney’s communications were monitored “in the interest of her safety and security” and that the court overseeing the guard “knew about the matter” and that the singer’s lawyer. This time. Vlasov said the monitoring would include discussions between Britney and her lawyer.
Britney has been embroiled in a legal battle since 2008 to end the security that allowed her father to oversee her personal affairs and her wealth since her mental breakdown. The singer said last June that this defender was insulting and humiliating.
In a surprising conclusion, Jimmy Spears said in early September that he would support ending the defense because circumstances had changed. The Los Angeles High Court is set to hear the case next Wednesday.
Britain’s new attorney, Matthew Rosangard, said in a statement that it was investigating the new allegations.
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