Jamie Spears is denying allegations by Britney Spears’ team that he was bugging her bedroom.
The accusation in the ongoing legal battle post-conservatorship is that Britney’s dad was listening to private conversations she was having inside her own bedroom. He has now filed legal documents saying that is false despite contradictory statements by a security company he hired.
Jamie filed a declaration, obtained by TMZ, in connection with the ongoing battle over alleged misdeeds committed during Britney Spears’ 13-year conservatorship, and he said flatly, “I am informed of the allegation by Britney’s counsel that a listening device or ‘bug’ was placed [in] her bedroom as surveillance during the Conservatorship. This allegation is false. I never conducted or authorized any surveillance of Britney’s bedroom at any time, including during the conservatorship.”
It is hard to believe Jamie after the bombshell declarations Britney made last year, which lead to the end of her conservatorship. And suppose that what he is saying is true. He seems explicit about pointing out the surveillance in the bedroom. But what about everywhere else? And did she know about it?
Alex Vlasov, who worked at the aforementioned security company hired by Jamie, dropped the news that they had installed bugging devices in the star’s bedroom. He told The New York Times two other employees at that firm had given him a drive with over 180 recordings from Brit’s room – which included “interactions and conversations with her boyfriend and children.”
Jamie’s creepiness continues to not surprise anyone. His last doing was an attempt at having the ‘Breathe On Me’ (which he literally was doing for years) singer sit down for a deposition. Something her legal team is unwilling to have her do. It’s not that she is not on the side of the truth, but rather that the entire proceeding might be to intimidate the singer.