Revelations about Britney Spears stereotypes just keep coming. In a FX/Hulu documentary The New York Times Presents: Controlling Britney Spears, new witnesses say a security team watched Britney carefully. According to one, the operatives had placed a surveillance device in his bedroom.
In a surprise move, Hulu quit ‘The New York Times Presents: Controlling Britney Spears’ on Friday
Several days before the Netflix documentary britney vs spears, FX and Hulu drop their second Britney documentary.
Framing Britney Spears, released in February 2021, examines the paparazzi’s impact on Britney Spears’ life. Likewise, the new documentary takes an in-depth look at the measures Jamie Spears took to control her daughter. Both were directed by filmmaker Samantha Stark and produced by journalist Liz Day.
New accounts of strictly controlled life emerged. For example, one claims that a security company placed audio recording devices in his bedroom. Some accounts are so dramatic that Britney wasn’t sure anyone would believe her, Stark said. As a result, she remained low for years.
“She said she felt abused under conservatism and questioned whether the judge thought she was lying,” Stark wrote in a statement. Britney’s speech inspired people in this film to seek us out to share their stories – at great risk to themselves – as they felt compelled to support what Britney was saying, their There was evidence or the moments they saw.”
A member of the security team said Britney Spears’ father hired her and others to keep a close eye on her
Alex Vlasov, a former Black Box security employee, said he worked on Britney’s security team for nine years. Vlasov said Jamie Spears hired Black Box to keep a heavy eye on his daughter in a breathtaking set of revelations.
According to Vlasov, that first involves mirroring his iPhone activity with the iPad logged into his account. He had access to almost everything, including private text messages and personal emails.
Secondly, he claimed on camera that Mr Spears and Black Box monitored communications for Britney’s “safety and safety”. In addition, Vlasov said that the company installed a listening device in his bedroom.
Vlasov said in the documentary, “The reason he was a minor was looking for ill-effects, looking for possible illegal activity, but they would also supervise conversations with his friends, with his mother, with his lawyer Sam Ingham. ” “If there’s anyone who should be off limits, it should be Britney’s advocate.”
Vlasov said that Jamie Spears always included himself.
“His own phone and his own private conversations were often used to control him,” Vlasov claims. “I know for a fact that Jamie will confront Britney and say, “Hey why didn’t you text this person?”
Vlasov said that the listening device recorded more than 180 hours of audio. This reportedly includes a deeply personal conversation between Brittany and her boyfriend and Britney and her two children.
Jamie Spears does not rule out surveillance claims
For his part, Jamie Spears doesn’t rule out surveillance. Brittany’s father has been at the helm of her guardianship for 13 years. She previously accused him of being “mentally ill” in court documents and asserted that she needed his guidance.
Britney repeatedly asked the court to immediately suspend her from the stereotype, which brought her millions.
To daily Mail, his lawyer defended him against the claims of the Britney documentary. The lawyer said in a statement that the surveillance was “well within the standards of authority given to him by the court.”
Similarly, an attorney for Aidan Yemini, president of Black Box Security, issued a statement.
“Mr. Yemini and Black Box have always conducted themselves within professional, ethical and legal limits, and they are particularly proud of their work keeping Ms. Spears safe for many years,” read the statement.
But what Vlasov had was enough. As a result, he agreed to speak on camera. “Just because you’re in control doesn’t give you the right to treat people like property. Don’t feel like they’re being treated like human beings.”
Jamie Spears agreed to withdraw from guardianship and recently petitioned the court to end the legal system. As a result, Brittany’s life could possibly, eventually, resume at will.
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