A former FBI special agent has backed up Britney Spears’ claim that her father spied on her during her conservatorship.
Sherine Ebadi, claimed in a declaration filed Friday in Los Angeles and obtained by Page Six that Jamie Spears “engaged in and directed others to engage in unconscionable violations of [Britney’s] privacy and civil liberties.”
Britney’s attorney, Mathew Rosengart, submitted Ebadi’s declaration, alleging that Jamie used more than $6 million from her estate, using “his role as conservator to further his own personal and business interests.”
Alex Vlasov alleged in the New York Times documentary “Controlling Britney Spears” that Jamie had monitored Britney’s cellphone and bugged her bedroom.
“Mr. Vlasov was tasked with reviewing the monitored content and relaying that information through Yemini to [Jamie],” Ebadi said. “Sometimes, Mr. Vlasov provided information on [Britney’s] monitored communications directly to [Jamie].”
“According to Mr. Vlasov, Black Box sent [Britney’s] personal communications to [Jamie] at his explicit request,” Ebadi said, alleging in the declaration that Jamie “would on occasion” ask to see his daughter’s “therapy notes or text messages” — even after he stepped down as the conservator of her person in September 2019.