There Will Be A “Mini-Trial” This Summer To Hear Evidence About Allegations That Jamie Spears Spied On Britney Spears

January 20, 2022 / Posted by:

While the public spat with her sister Jamie Lynn Spears seems to have moved off the internet’s front lawn for the time being, Britney Spears is still having her attorney Mathew Rosengart wail on her family behind closed doors. Yesterday he sent a cease and desist letter to Jamie Lynn requesting she keep Britney’s name out her mouth while promoting her book. And according to Deadline, at a hearing yesterday, Judge Brenda Penny agreed to hold an evidentiary hearing, basically a “mini-trial,” to determine whether or not Britney’s dad Jamie Spears actually spied on her by having her “various phones and other devices” monitored during his 13-year tenure as executor of her estate. Daddy Spears will also need to address allegations of financial misconduct as he seeks to have his attorney’s fees paid back to him at that same hearing which is scheduled to take place this summer.

Daddy Spears continues to deny that he spied on Britney, despite the testimony of a whistleblower, a former employee of Black Box, the security firm used by Jamie during Britney’s conservatorship. Britney’s lawyer hired a former FBI agent to assess the whistleblower’s claims and found them to be “highly-credible.” Deadline reports:

At a hearing Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, Judge Brenda Penny agreed with attorneys on both sides that an evidentiary hearing is needed to decide whether Jamie Spears spied on his daughter in her bedroom and elsewhere, and if he plundered the one-time Princess of Pop’s multimillion-dollar fortune.

Right now that matter and the efforts of others to get money out of the estate will be pushed to that evidentiary hearing this summer. Expected to last several days, the mini-trial will also address allegations that Jamie Spears used the security firm Black Box to illegally spy on his daughter Britney.

Today saw the elder Spears’ newish attorney Alex Weingarten saying the alleged extensive monitoring of the younger Spears in her home, on her various phones and other devices and elsewhere “didn’t happen.” First reported by the New York Times in print and in FX on Hulu’s Controlling Britney Spears last September, the claims have long been denied by the elder Spears even when a former Black Box employee came forward as a whistleblower.

And as for his legal fees, Daddy Spears probably would have been better off if he had driven that Cookin’ Cruzin’ & Chaos food truck he allegedly had made for himself out of one of Britney’s discarded tour buses and driven it right into the bayou. I have a feeling the insurance company would have delivered a bigger payday than the one he hopes to recoup from Britney’s estate.

As well as pitching himself for a cooking show and snagging $6.3 million from his daughter’s estate and accounts, the elder Spears also conducted “self-dealing,” according to Ebadi. Having already authorized “the expenditure of more than $30 million in fees to be paid by the estate to dozens of firms between 2008 and 2020,” Jamie Spears petitioned the court to have Britney Spears to pay his current legal fees – which are a result of her fight to disentangle herself from him.

Well, if things don’t work out for him in the courts he can always make a little nest for himself under the grease trap in the food truck and live in there. Britney sure as hell doesn’t want it back. Plus I heard you can park overnight for free at any Walmart!


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