Kevin Federline’s attorney responds to Britney Spears security claims

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After two months of dating, Federline got engaged in June 2004. They were married from October 2004 to July 2007.

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Kevin Federline would be furious if the claim that he had a private conversation with the mother of his children, Britney Spears, was secretly recorded turns out to be true, his lawyer exclusively tells Page Six.

“I think it would be very insulting and Kevin would be upset by it,” attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan told us on Monday, following New York Times explosive report Over the weekend that first exposed the allegations.

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“It would be highly unfair for the parents, let alone the grandparents, to secretly obtain the recordings between the parents and their children,” the lawyer said. “Whether there is a grandfather or not, in this case Jamie is a keeper Or not.”

Britney Spears’ father reportedly monitored her messages and asked ‘for her safety’

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According to The Times, 69-year-old Jamie and the security firm he hired, Black Box Security, operated an “intensive surveillance device” that monitored Britney’s communications and “secretly captured audio recordings from her bedroom.” including her conversations and conversations with her boyfriend. Children.”

Kaplan told Page Six that he and Federline, 43, had never heard of the allegations prior to our call and had “no way of knowing whether the allegations were true.”

Aidan Yemini, Jamie’s representative and head of Brittany’s security team, could not immediately be reached for comment.

Kaplan told us that despite not knowing whether the claims were entirely true, he said he didn’t think it would be “appropriate” for Black Box to “continue” as a defense to Britney if the allegations are true.

He explained that “secret electronic eavesdropping” is a felony in California and that “even if there is a patron for a person” who is being secretly recorded electronically, he or she “will think it would be prohibited and completely inappropriate.”

The family law attorney said Federline and Brittany’s two sons, 16-year-old Sean Preston and 15-year-old Jaden James, are minors and therefore cannot be allowed to record.

“They certainly couldn’t give their consent and certainly Kevin would never agree to this kind of thing,” he said.

When asked if Federline would take charge over the alleged security issues, Kaplan told us, “Kevin will make a decision on that.”

Earlier on Monday, Brittany’s own lawyer Matthew Rosengart also told Jamie reprimanded on espionage charges.

He told Page Six after a damning court filing, “It would be particularly terrifying to have a listening device in Britney’s bedroom and confirms her very compelling, poignant testimony. Mr. Spears has crossed bottomless lines.” “

A court date is set for Wednesday, September 29, in which a judge can decide whether Jamie will be permanently removed from her daughter’s guardianship and whether not. guardianship will be terminated Completely.

Kaplan previously told Page Six that Britney’s cessation of conservatism does not guarantee a change in her former custody case. Federline and Brittany have a 70-30 custody agreement In favor of DJ.

“Will simply the fact of ending the stereotype and agreeing to change the current custody order to Kevin? No,” he told us in June, citing Britney reportedly received some medical care while under protection. “Kevin should be able to get some information to inform his decision about what that order should be.”

After two months of dating, Federline got engaged in June 2004. They were married from October 2004 to July 2007. The former backup dancer also has four children from other relationships.

Brittany is currently Engaged to fiancé Sam Asgariaexpressed a desire to have more children.

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