BRITNEY Spears’ dad Jamie’s “time is UP” and will face “serious ramifications” after he allegedly “bugged his daughter’s bedroom” as her conservator, The Sun can reveal.
Yesterday, the pop star scored a major legal victory in court when Judge Brenda Penny granted the suspension of Jamie Spears, 69, from the conservatorship after a 13-year battle.
Following the big win, the singer’s lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, told The Sun that her father will be “investigated” and face “serious ramifications” for accusations that he planted a hidden recording device in his adult daughters bedroom.
“Jamie and the rest of the people involved with these alarming allegations WILL face more serious ramifications,” the powerhouse attorney stated.
Additionally, a source close to Britney, 39, and her legal team told The Sun that “this is only the beginning.”
“Jamie and his counsel were well aware of the accusations he bugged his adult daughter's home before it was publicly revealed by The New York Times.
"They were given a heads up and plenty of time to comment,” the informant alleged.
The insider continued: “It’s our understanding that as soon as Jamie was informed of these charges, that’s when he decided to do a 180 and step down as conservator.
“Jamie is appearing to avoid criminal charges but he can’t run anymore. His time is up and he will now have to face consequences for his actions.”
The Sun can also confirm that neither Jamie nor his lawyer, Vivian Lee Thoreen, never denied the allegations when Mathew brought the topic up in the Los Angeles courtroom on Wednesday.
However, the high-profile attorney passionately brought the matter up several times.
Speaking in court, Mathew said: “Ms. Spears knows of the allegations and she’s traumatized. She still sleeps in the bedroom her dad allegedly bugged. She’s pleading to be free of him.
"Ms. Spears will not work until her father is removed. He should be suspended today. My client will be extraordinarily distraught if Mr. Spears stays on for one more day.”
Mathew also put on the record the "unfathomable" behavior of Jamie by "eavesdropping on his daughter" and "recording conversations" including those with her children and even her former attorney Sam Ingham.
He then called Jamie "cruel, toxic, abusive and an alcoholic."
'POTENTIAL ILLEGAL ACTIVITY'
In the latest documentary on the pop princess’ life, a former employee of Black Box Security, Alex Vlasov, claimed that the company had access to the hitmaker's phone on an iPad and also put a secret recording device in her bedroom.
He alleged her father’s team attained this without Britney’s knowledge by logging into her iCloud account – where all of her communication, browsing history and other private information was stored.
The move was defended by Jamie, allegedly saying it’s for Britney’s "own security and protection.”
Alex continued: "Their reason for monitoring was looking for bad influences, looking for potential illegal activity that might happen, but they would also monitor conversations with her friends.
"And with her mom, her boyfriend, with her lawyer Sam Ingham. If there’s anybody that should be off limits, it should be Britney’s lawyer.”
'SHE WASN'T TREATED LIKE A HUMAN'
The informant – who has since quit the security company – concluded: "Her own phone and her own private conversations were used so often to control her.
“I know for a fact that Jamie would confront Britney and say, 'Hey why didn’t you text this person?
"Just because you're in control doesn't give you the right to treat people like property. It didn't feel like she was being treated like a human being.”
After Mathew made his powerful arguments Wednesday, Judge Brenda Penny agreed Jamie should be suspended immediately.
Proceeding the historical moment, Mathew exclusively told The Sun on Wednesday: "Britney was elated upon the call when I told her the news.
"We are in constant communication but I won’t be going into further detail about the matter of the call. Today was a great day for justice."
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