A New York Times documentary revealed that Britney Spears’ father had tasked a security company with eavesdropping on her phone calls and text messages during her court-imposed guardianship period since 2008.
In the movie, “Controlling Britney Spears,” Alex Vlasov, a former security employee at Black Box, who worked with the singer’s team for nearly nine years, says the company “copied” the singer’s phone onto an iPad by logging into her account on “iPad.” Claude. He added that she also placed a bug in her bedroom.
He told the filmmakers, he was asked to decode some of Britney’s text conversations to send to her father, Jimmy Spears, an employee of a business management firm the father had hired.
He stated that when he inquired about the eavesdropping, they told him that Britney’s communications were being monitored “in the interest of her security and protection”, and that the court supervising the guardianship was “aware of the matter”, as was the singer’s lawyer at this time.
Britney Spears is engaged in a legal battle to end the guardianship that allowed her father to supervise her personal affairs and fortune, which amount to about 60 million dollars, since 2008, after the collapse of her mental state. The singer said last June that this guardianship is insulting and humiliating.
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