Britney Spears' dad hired a private security firm linked to Israel to keep an eye on his daughter.
This is evidenced by the documentary The New York Times titled Britney vs Spears, released the day before.
It is clarified that the pop diva has been spied on for nine years.
Former Black Box Security cybersecurity manager Alex Vlasov has confirmed that he was collecting information on behalf of James Spears, whose custody Britney is still trying to abandon through the court.
According to him, the company gained access to the singer's phone, and also installed a spy device in her bedroom. In total, about 180 hours were recorded, including Spears' communication with her boyfriend, mother and lawyer.
Some of the correspondence and conversations were not passed on to his father.
The executive director and Black Box founder Elad Yemini was born in Israel. The company's website says that he has experience working in the Israeli special services.
As specified, Vlasov was told that the wiretapping of the singer is being carried out for “ her own safety and protection. '' and legally.