Britney Spears, A former security employee says her bedroom was invaded by the device to record audio


A former employee of Britney Spears's security team says the bedroom of the pop star was spied on by the device to record audio, which was used to monitor her conversations with her family at home.

The documentary, written by Samantha Stark and produced by Liz Day, is a sequel to the documentary "Framing Britney Spears" that aired earlier in the year. It is a saga of shocking revelations regarding the power Britney's team held over her daily life while under the conservatorship of 13 years which she's trying to break out of.

First time ever, Alex Vlasov, a former employee of Black Box Security - the long-running security firm for Britney has come out with accusations that the company employed illegal and illegal methods to monitor Britney's every move. Vlasov claims that the company placed the "audio recorder" within the "Toxic" singer's bedroom which kept track of their "conversations with her children and boyfriend."

"Ethically it was one big mess" Vlasov claimed.

The documentary claims that the gadget captured "180 hours of recorded audio" in Britney's room. In addition, Vlasov claimed that he was once approached by the request of Yemini to erase the drive with the audio recordings.

"They appeared very anxious because they believed that nobody would be aware of this, which is why I'm required to delete everything that's on it to ensure no trace of it," Vlasov claimed.

Doing not want to be "complicit" in any possible crime committed through Black Box, Vlasov said that he had an archive of the program.

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