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Britney Spears dad denies eavesdropping on her bedroom

'I have never conducted or approved Britney's bedroom surveillance, including during adult guardianship'

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Britney Spears' father denied allegations that the pop star's bedroom was tapped during her protection period.

Jamie Spears has addressed allegations made in the documentary The New York Times Presents: Managing Britney Spears. When he ran a guardian who had dominated her life for over 10 years.

In a declaration of oath submitted to the Los Angeles High Court on Wednesday and obtained by theNew York Postgossip column PageSix, Jamie explained: Claim ... A listening device or "bug" was placed (inside) in her bedroom as a watch for her protection period. This claim is false.

Jamie goes on to say: I am unaware that such surveillance has taken place.

He added that if sworn as a witness, he could "testify and testify" that this declaration was "true and correct."

The documentary aired last year included a complaint from Alex Urasov, a former employee of security company Blackbox Security, who was hired by Jamie to protect his daughter.

Vlasov claimed that Britney had over 180 hours of voice recordings in her bedroom, monitoring text messages, phone calls, and internet history.

The submission to the court was a long-term court battle over the adult guardianship system, which was disbanded in November 2021 after more than 13 years.

The abolition of the adult guardianship system was shortly after Jamie resigned from the adult guardianship system, terminated her protection order in court, and filed a petition to have her daughter manage her work. It was done.

"Toxic" star Britney had previously blown up her father in an emotional statement to a Los Angeles court alleging abuse under the adult guardianship system.

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