Britney Spears’ lawyer smashes father Jamie after new allegations

Britney Spears’ lawyer has taken Jamie Spears to justice in the wake of new allegations of intrusive and possibly illegal surveillance.

Attorney Mathew Rosengart dropped the hammer in an LA County Superior Court that filed Monday after the latest release of the FX / Hulu documentary “Controlling Britney Spears” and a report from the New York Times released along with the film.

“Mr. Spears, of course, was never fit to serve, for all the many compelling reasons already contained in the record, from his lack of financial insight, to his bankruptcy, to his reported alcoholism, to the trauma he caused his daughter. since childhood, to the domestic violence ban recently issued against him, ”Rosengart wrote in a third appendix to a petition for the removal of Jamie Spears as curator of his daughter’s estate.

“But now the chickens have really come home to jump,” he continued. New York Times ”reported that Mr. Spears engaged in intimidating and persuasive invasions of his adult daughter’s privacy. Specifically, the Times reported that he and others were running an intensive surveillance device that was monitoring [Ms. Spears’] communication ‘and also clearly caught lawyer-client communication with his former lawyer … a sacred whole of the judicial system. ”

Jamie Spears’ lawyer, Vivian Thoreen, did not immediately respond to a Los Angeles Times request for comment.

“Controlling Britney Spears” took its information from Alex Vlasov, a former employee of Black Box Security; Felicia Culotta, the singer’s friend and assistant; and Tish Yates, who was cloakroom manager for several of Spears’ trips to the conservatory, saying she had a close relationship with her.

Among the charges:

  • Britney Spears’ security team acted more like prison guards
  • Security team members were allegedly given envelopes of medicine, which they then forced Spears to take.
  • All of Britney’s moves were documented in group texts that included Edan Yemini, the head of Black Box Security; Robin Greenhill of the Tri Star Sports and Entertainment Group, who handled the singer’s business affairs; and Jamie Spears.
  • Spears’ entire phone activity was reportedly monitored using a mirrored iPad.
  • An audio recording device was placed in Spears’ bedroom and captured hundreds of hours of private interactions.
  • Spears’ consumption was so tightly regulated that she had to sneak sushi and a few Skechers.
  • Jamie Spears allegedly tried to create a rift between Spears and Culotta.
  • Black Box reportedly investigated the #FreeBritney movement.

Vlasov, 30, was executive assistant and operations and cyber security chief for Black Box, which was hired by Jamie Spears to take care of his daughter. In his nine years at the company, Vlasov told the New York Times, he was “the only person in the Black Box who really knew everything” because of his position close to the company’s founder.

His recollection of events was backed by others involved in the conservatory who wished to remain anonymous, according to the New York Times. Vlasov provided emails, text messages and audio recordings in support of his claims.

Jamie Spears said in an application on August 12 that he planned to resign as curator of his daughter’s finances, despite claiming there was no legal reason for his removal, but offered no schedule. He said he had to hang out to deal with more accounting issues and accused Rosengart of moving on Britney’s behalf “hastily, without sufficient inquiry and based on unsubstantiated allegations and misrepresentations.”

He also questioned whether changing curators at this point would be in the singer’s best interest. Then, on September 7, turning the course, he filed a petition to graduate the 13-year-old conservatory.

“As Mr Spears has said over and over again, everything he wants is the best for his daughter,” the document said. “If Mrs Spears wants to resign from the Conservatory and thinks she can handle her own life, Mr Spears thinks she should get that chance.”

Jamie Spears served as curator for Britney Spears’ person and her property until he was replaced as curator for her person in 2019.

Rosengart shot back at Jamie Spears in Monday’s case, which was obtained by the Los Angeles Times.

“Mr. Spears has crossed unimaginable lines. Although they are not evidence, the charges warrant serious investigation,” he wrote, noting that California is a two-party state of consent for the registration of private communications. He mocked Jamie Spears’ claim of , that there was no legal reason to remove him as conservator as “legally and factually absurd.”

“Mr Spears’ latest delays are to be rejected; he is to be suspended on September 29; followed by a quick resignation from the conservatory,” the application said.

The court will hold its next hearing on the conservatory Wednesday in downtown Los Angeles.

Times staff author Meredith Blake contributed to this report.

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