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The FBI reportedly considered getting involved after reports that Jamie hired a security firm to monitor his daughter—in her bedroom and with her lawyers—without her knowing. A new addition to the petition to remove Jamie as Britney’s conservator now claims that he “crossed unfathomable lines” with these newest allegations.
Britney’s main attorney, Matthew Rosengart, alleges that Jamie took part in “horrifying and unconscionable invasions of his adult daughter’s privacy.”
“While they are not evidence, the allegations warrant serious investigation, certainly by Ms. Spears as, among other things, California is a ‘two-party’ consent state,” he wrote.
He continued, sharing that the allegations—which gained traction after being reported in the New York Times’ new Controlling Britney Spears documentary—“magnify the need to suspend” him immediately. “As a result of these deeply-disturbing allegations, Mr. Spears will inevitably be focused over the next several days and weeks on defending his own interests not his daughter’s (yet again),” Rosengart writes.
Jamie Spears has yet to comment on the secret recording allegations.
The documentary features an interview with Alex Vlasov, a former cybersecurity manager and executive assistant at Black Box—Britney’s longtime security company—who claims that the company “mirrored” Spears’ phone on an iPad, and had a listening device in her bedroom. He called it “one big mess.” The documentary comes around the same time as another doc that Britney claims includes falsehoods.
Attorney Shawn Holley, representing Britney’s head of security Edan Yemini, told Page Six that “Mr. Yemini and Black Box have always conducted themselves within professional, ethical and legal bounds.”