Britney Spears’ Dad Jamie Ordered to Hand Over Surveillance Records
His statement continued, “We plea again for a sense of decency from Mr. Spears. He was suspended, and the conservatorship is over. He professes to ‘love’ his daughter. If that were true, he would do the right thing, and simply move. That is what any decent and loving father would do. He still has that chance and we hope he heeds it.”
Jamie’s legal team requested that Britney sit for a deposition as well. However, her team pushed back, claiming that it would “re-traumatize” Britney. The judge did not make a final decision on this and said she needed more time to consider both legal teams’ arguments, delaying her decision until July 27.
The surveillance allegations stem from “Controlling Britney Spears,” a 2021 episode of the docu-series The New York Times Presents, in which a former member of Britney’s security team claimed that her father monitored her phone and bugged her bedroom with “an audio recording device” without her knowledge.
At the time, Britney’s attorney Mathew Rosengart told the Times that the accusations “must be fully and aggressively investigated.”