Britney Spears’ former security guard alleges she was bugged and surveilled during conservatorship

Hulu's 'Controlling Britney' is now streaming
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Over the weekend Controlling Britney Spears arrived on Hulu as a follow-up to the New York Times’ Framing Britney Spears documentary that debuted earlier this year. The new documentary sheds light on new allegations related to Britney Spears’ conservatorship.

The new film examines the ways in which the global superstar was treated by her father and sole conservator, Jamie Spears. One of Brit’s former security personnel of Black Box Security shared a first-hand account of what it was like working on her team.

Alex Vlasov claimed that Jamie, security guard, Edan Yemini, and Robin Greenhill, a prominent member of Britney’s management team at Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group, bugged the singer’s home and phone to surveil all of her movement. Additionally, it is alleged that Jamie, Yemini, and Greenhill offered Britney an iPhone that would sync all of her movements and activity onto a separate iCloud account.

In the documentary, Vlasov explained, “Britney want