Britney Spears’ Dad, Jamie, Denies Bugging Room, Ignores Claim He Spied On Phone

Britney Spears‘ estranged father, Jamie Spears, denies that the pop star disturbed her bedroom while serving as a conservatory.

Jamie, 69, filed a sworn affidavit with Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday, nine months after the New York Times bombshell documentary accused him of recording Britney, 40, at her home in Thousand Oaks, California.

“I am informed of the allegation by Britney’s counsel that a listening device or ‘bug’ was placed [in] her bedroom as surveillance during the conservatorship. This allegation is false,” Jamie said in court documents exclusively obtained by Page Six.

“I never conducted or authorized any surveillance of Britney’s bedroom at any time, including during the conservatorship,” he added. “I am not aware of any such surveillance having occurred.”

Jamie also said “under penalty of perjury” that “if called and sworn as a witness,” he “could and would testify” that his declaration is “true and correct.”

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However, he did not specifically deny the Times’ report that Britney allegedly spied on her phone.

Britney’s lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

In her book, “The New York Times Presents: Controlling Britney Spears,” which premiered on FX and Hulu in September 2021, a former security employee claimed that in addition to monitoring text messages, calls, and internet history on Jamie’s cell phone, he secretly captured more than 180 hours of Britney’s audio recording in his bedroom, including conversations with his children and his lawyer.

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