Britney Spears’ father denies having installed a bugged in the singer’s bedroom during her guardianship period

Jamie Spears has spoken out for the first time about allegations shown in the documentary ‘The New York Times Presents: Controlling Britney Spears’, which insinuated that recording devices were used to monitor the singer’s activities at her California home.

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Page Six obtained Jaime’s testimony from the Los Angeles Superior Court. ‘I never conducted or authorized any surveillance of Britney’s bedroom at any time, including during the conservatorship. I am not aware of any such surveillance having occurred”,ruled out speculation.

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Jamie said that he ‘could and would testify’ to such ‘under penalty of perjury’ if he was called as a witness by the court.

The documentary, which aired last year, features accounts from a former employee of the security firm Black Box Security, Alex Vlasov, who was hired by Jamie as the star’s bodyguard. Vlasov claimed that there were more than 180 hours of audio recordings of Britney in her room, in addition to monitoring her text messages, phone calls and webpage history.

Britney spent more than a decade under her father’s tutelage. In November 2021, the singer obtained her freedom, but she still faces challenges regarding the case.

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