Former FBI Agent Corroborates Claims That Jamie Spears Bugged Britney’s Room
A former FBI agent has corroborated claims that Jamie Spears spied on his daughter Britney during her conservatorship using a ”secret recording device in Ms. Spears’s bedroom.’
E! News reports that Matthew Rosengart, Britney’s lawyer, had filed a declaration on behalf of former FBI agent Sherine Ebadi who backed assertations that Jamie had instructed Black Box Security ‘to place a secret recording device in Ms. Spears’s bedroom.’
Britney Spears’ attorney had hired the former federal agent who currently oversees forensic investigations for a private firm to investigate troubling allegations made by an employee of the singer’s former security company.
After his investigation, he confirmed the claims that Jamie had bugged Britney’s bedroom with a listening device.
Ebadi revealed that Alex Vlasov, a former Black Box security employee, confirmed that a recording decide was duct-taped ‘behind furniture so it could not be seen’ in Britney’s bedroom under Jamie’s instructions.
He noted that a ‘separate battery pack’ was allegedly added to the hidden device ‘to permit continuous recording for a longer period of time.’
Ebadi wrote in the declaration, ‘Communications between Ms. Spears and her personal court-appointed attorney, Sam Ingham, were among the private communications that Black Box and Mr. Spears monitored.’
‘Mr. Vlasov told me that Mr. Spears was particularly interested in his daughter’s attorney-client communications and wanted regular updates from Black Box on the substance of those privileged messages. ‘
‘Surveillance of Ms. Spears’s communications with her lawyer continued until at least 2020, when [Black Box owner Edan Yemini] instructed Mr. Vlasov to cease reviewing attorney-client privileged communications.’
The declaration also noted that Ebadi believed that the results of her inquiry into the matter ‘raise criminal implications’ for Jamie Spears.
‘Mr. Vlasov told me that Mr. Spears was particularly interested in his daughter’s attorney-client communications and wanted regular updates from Black Box on the substance of those privileged messages’
She also added that Jamie, who was in charge of Britney’s 13-year conservatorship, ‘engaged in and directed others to engage in unconscionable violations of [Britney’s] privacy and civil liberties.’
Ebadi’s findings were filed in a Los Angeles court ahead of the January 19 hearing.
Allegations that Jamie Spears spied on his daughter was raised by a former employee of Black Box Security in a New York Times documentary Controlling Britney Spears.
Ebadi’s private firm Kroll Associates also noted that Jamie paid black Box $6million for their services in new court documents.
Following these accusations made at the end of September 2021, Britney’s legal team reportedly had her mansion swept for bugs and surveillance cameras by Kroll Associates.