Jamie Spears paid a security firm nearly
Britney Spears' lawyers alleged in new court filings that Jamie Spears paid a security agency $6 million from her estate to remotely monitor his daughter and ex-wife.
Britney Spears' lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, submitted the fresh documents ahead of a hearing scheduled for Wednesday in connection with the singer's recently terminated conservatorship.
The present legal struggle is about payments from her estate, with Jamie Spears requesting that his daughter pay his legal bills before the conservatorship was dissolved.
Between 2008 and 2021, Spears was under a legal arrangement that gave a group of people, including her father, control of her personal life and estate.
Jamie Spears filed a petition to dissolve Britney Spears' conservatorship on September 7, which her legal team described as a "major" judicial triumph.
Jamie Spears hired security firm Black Box to gather Britney Spears' and her mother Lynne's private phone records and GPS "ping data."
Jamie Spears' attorneys did not immediately reply to Insider's request for comment on the court documents' claims.
Jamie Spears' attorneys reacted to Rosengart's submission during the Wednesday hearing, rejecting the charges stated in the document.
According to court filings, when Britney Spears switched from a Blackberry to an iPhone in 2013, the surveillance was "temporarily halted."