Jamie Spears, Britney Spears' father, denies bugging her bedroom
by Ana Walia | Sat, 02 Jul 2022 10:21:41 GMT
Britney Spears’ father denies bugging her bedroom. Image Source: Glamour

Britney Spears’ father denies bugging singer's bedroom.

Jamie Spears has submitted a sworn declaration to the Los Angeles Superior Court in which he has denied the accusation that he tried to bug Britney Spears’ room when he was serving as her conservator. The accusation was made public with The New York Times Presents Controlling Britney Spears documentary.

People publication was able to obtain Jamie Spears' sworn declaration to the Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday in which he addressed the accusation made against him and mentioned in the documentary providing viewers with an understanding of what it was like for Britney Spears to be under conservatorship. Jamie stated that he was aware of the accusation that Britney Spears' attorney had leveled against him, claiming that he bugged her bedroom during the conservatorship to conduct surveillance.

Jamie claimed that the accusation was untrue, that he had never performed or given the go-ahead for any kind of monitoring of Britney Spears' bedroom, and that he was not aware that any such surveillance had taken place. The response from Mathew Rosengart, Britney Spears' attorney in regards to Jamie Spears' sworn statement, is still awaited but there are other things that Mathew Rosengart has revealed. 

The New York Times Presents: Controlling Britney Spears documentary was released days before Jamie Spears was suspended as Britney Spears’ estate’s conservator in late September 2021. The singer's communications were allegedly monitored by the security firm "Black Box," according to a former employee who worked for Jamie Spears's company. This alleged monitoring included audio recordings of the singer's conversations with her now-husband Sam Asghari, her sons, and her lawyers, as well as her text messages, phone calls, and voicemails on her cell phone.

The digital trail is said to have been copied onto an iPad, encrypted, and sent to Jamie and Robin Greenhill of Tri-Star Sports & Entertainment Group, who was Britney's manager and personal assistant at the time, according to former employee Alex Vlasov. The accusations have already been refuted by Greenhill and Vlasov's employer, Edan Yemini, founder of Black Box. Mathew Rosengart has alleged in court documents that Britney Spears' former business manager Tri-Star & Entertainment Group, helped create her conservatorship and received $18 million in order to get her forced into 13-year long conservatorship. 

Mathew Rosengart claims citing an email Lou Taylor, founder of Tri-Star that was sent to Jamie Spears in January 2008 that stated that attorney Andrew Wallet and TriStar would act as CO's [i.e., co-conservators] with Jamie Spears. Mathew pointed out that this was sent before the guardianship was created. Before the guardianship was created, and said that Lou Taylor sent another email to another lawyer in which she stated that she is looking forward to working with them.

In the meanwhile, Tri Star's lawyer stated that the allegation are significantly false. The conservatorship was established on the advice of legal counsel, not Tri Star, and was given the court's blessing for more than 12 years, as is obvious from all of the evidence. Tri-Star wasn't even the conservatorship's business manager when it first started. Excerpts from emails that were chosen at random cannot alter the truth.

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Nobody at Tri-Star has ever had the power to approve security procedures, according to a statement that PEOPLE acquired in November of last year. According to the statement, the authorities at Tri-Star said that no one at Tri-Star is aware of any secret electronic monitoring equipment put in Britney Spears' bedroom. The accounting that has been or will be presented in this matter appropriately reflects all payments made to Tri-Star employees in connection with Britney Spears or her estate.

Judge Penny stated in court that the court finds and concludes that the conservatorship of the individual and the estate is no longer warranted. As a result, Britney Jean Spears' person and estate are no longer under conservatorship as of this day. Since then, Britney Spears recently got married to fiancé Sam Asghari at her Thousand Oaks home and later bought a new house to start their married life together. Both Britney Spears and Jamie Spears would prefer the other to take a deposition at the upcoming hearing, but neither party appears amenable to doing so. The next court appearance is scheduled for July 13.