New documentary Controlling Britney Spears has alleged that Britney Spears' father, Jamie Spears monitored her text messages, phone calls and internet browser history.
The documentary also claimed that he bugged her bedroom.
"Britney wanted to get an iPhone … and that was a big deal. Everybody was worried," said Alex Vlasov, a former Black Box Security worker said on camera.
"[My boss] Edan [Yemini] approached me and asked me, 'Is there any monitoring services for an iPhone that you are aware of?' And I'm like, 'What do you mean?' And he's like, 'Well, parental controls. Is there any way you can put parental controls on an iPhone?'" Vlasov alleged. "And that's when Edan explained to me that Britney's communication is monitored for her own security and protection."
He said he was told it was all legal.
"[Edan] said, 'Yes, the court is aware of this. Britney's lawyer is aware of this. This is for her safety. It's for her protection.' And then Robin [Greenhill of Britney's management team at Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group] came up with the idea of, 'Why don't we just take an iPad, sign in with an iCloud [account] on there, the same iCloud that Britney would use on her phone, and that would mirror all activity?' You would be able to see all messages, all FaceTime calls, notes, browser history, photographs."