Britney Spears’ Attorney Dragged Jamie Spears For Allegedly Wiretapping Her Phone And Says Jamie Needs To Step Down Immediately

September 28, 2021 / Posted by:

The follow-up to Hulu’s Britney Spears documentary, The New York Times Presents Framing Britney Spears, called Controlling BritneySpears, was released last week and in it, we learned that Britney wasn’t just controlled, but allegedly spied on without her knowledge. Well, Britney has a few notes on one of her documentaries. Namely, that there maybe should have been a bit more quality control during production, to ensure that some creative fabrications didn’t slip through the cracks. But there’s one allegation that Britney’s attorney Mathew Rosengart is taking very seriously, and that’s the one in which Britney’s dad Jamie Spears is accused of hiring a security company to wiretap all of Britney’s phone calls and bugging her bedroom. Mathew says Jamie’s alleged actions were an “unconscionable and disgraceful violation” of Britney’s rights.

It was said in Controlling Britney Spears that Jamie Spears hired a company called Black Box to spy on pretty much every aspect of Britney’s private life. For example, the makers of the doc allege that when Britney asked for an iPhone, Jamie presented her with an iPhone that was directly mirroring onto another device, so that Jamie and Robin Greenhill of Tri Star Sports & Entertainment, could see every picture, text message, and email. And also, bugging her bedroom. Mathew released the following statement regarding the allegations of snoopery, and he believes that if everything regarding Black Box is true, then Jamie needs to immediately vacate the premises of Britney’s conservatorship. via NBC News:

Jamie Spears “crossed unfathomable lines,” Britney Spears’ attorney, Mathew Rosengart, said.

“Unauthorized recording or monitoring of Britney’s private communications – especially attorney-client communications, which are a sacrosanct part of the legal system – represent an unconscionable and disgraceful violation of her privacy rights and a striking example of the deprivation of her civil liberties,” Rosengart said in a statement Monday.

Rosengart cited the claims in a filing to the court Monday that asserted it as further evidence that Jamie Spears should be removed as his daughter’s conservator. The petition to replace him with a professional accountant was filed in July and will be reviewed by a judge Wednesday.

Jamie has recently been attempting to play the good guy or at least the not-as-horrific-and-abusive-as-you-think-he-is guy. Earlier this month, he claimed that Britney should be free, if that’s what she wants. But again, the courts should only #FreeBritney after everything has been ironed out to Jamie’s liking. It sounds like Jamie is ready to step down, but shoot, one of his feet is stuck in the doorway, uh oh, looks like he’s not going anywhere too soon. This recent statement from Mathew Rosengart essentially tells Jamie that he better get to moving, before someone shoves him down the stairs and he ends up ass-down on the sidewalk.

As for Jamie, well…he’s probably not going to go so quickly. His attorney responded to the allegations in the doc by saying that he was just doing what he believed to be in the best interest of his precious lil’ paycheck…I mean, daughter:

“Jamie does not answer to the court of public opinion; he answers to a court of law, the probate court. All of his actions were well within the parameters of the authority conferred upon him by the court. His actions were done with the knowledge and consent of Britney, her court-appointed attorney, and/or the court.”

After Framing Britney Spears came out, Britney claimed she didn’t exactly rush to watch it, because she doesn’t like revisiting the worst time in her life in full-color HD detail. She also called out the documentaries being hypocritical side, since their aim is to expose the intimate details of Britney’s life, and that was kind of a big problem back in the year 2008 when the media was on her ass constantly. Now she’s got more documentaries to deal with, like Controlling Britney Spears, and the CNN Special Report Toxic: Britney Spears’ Battle for Freedom, which was released on Sunday night. TMZ says that Britney decided to respond to the CNN special in an Instagram post, in which she claimed it was fully inaccurate. She has since edited her Instagram caption to keep things a little more vague. Sources tell TMZ she’s for sure referencing the CNN special. Britney’s current caption implies that some of the “truth” in an unnamed documentary didn’t feel that real to her, and she also called them out for using what she believes to be unflattering footage of her.

Britney recently returned to Instagram after a brief hiatus to celebrate her engagement, and some of her fans were skeptical about who might be running things upon her return. Namely, some fans think her recent Instagram activity is fishy. And yes, scrolling through the comments of that recent post above show that there are many fans who aren’t so sure that little documentary review was written by Britney. Well, there’s one way to verify that theory. Her fans just need to lay a trap in her IG comments. We all know Jamie Spears is physically incapable of saying nothing. Someone just needs to comment: “Britney, what specifically felt like a lie in that new documentary?“. And wait to see if Britney’s account writes back: “Well, if we’re talking about the Hulu one, then I’d have to say I obviously wasn’t listening in to her bedroom conversations. How could I? I was too busy reading all her text messages. I mean…uh…confused emoji rose emoji.


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