Britney Spears will order father Jamie and her security manager to be deposed

Britney’s legal team plans to oust her father and security manager who allegedly checked and recorded the pop princess in her bedroom, a source told DailyMail.com.

A source close to the sensational conservatory trial said Britney’s lawyer Mattclahew Rosengart will soon be filing subpoenas and interviewing Jamie Spears and Robin Greenhill under oath.

The lawyer plans to question them about alleged “financial mismanagement and wasting money” and “monitoring and recording her phone and placing a listening device under her bed,” the source said.

The legal wrangle in Britney’s conservatory case has accelerated after a security manager hired by her father confessed in a New York Times documentary that the shocking snooping was carried out on Jamie’s orders.

Sources tell DailyMail.com Britney Spears plans to have her father Jamie and manager Robin Greenhill (far right in photo) impeached soon, following her win in her conservatorship case

Sources tell DailyMail.com Britney Spears plans to have her father Jamie and manager Robin Greenhill (far right in photo) impeached soon, following her win in her conservatorship case

The pop singer's legal team plans to put Jamie Spears and Robin Greenhill to the test over claims of financial mismanagement and their alleged secret surveillance of the star

Robin Greenhill is an employee of Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group, a business management company hired by Jamie to manage the pop star's estate.

The pop singer’s legal team plans to put Jamie Spears and Robin Greenhill (right), a corporate executive hired to manage Britney’s estate, to trial over claims of financial mismanagement and their alleged secret surveillance of the star

Jamie’s lawyer told the Times that all of the actions were “well within the bounds of the authority bestowed on him by the court.”

The documentary’s claims were the second of a devastating one-two punch for Britney’s father, who was immediately stripped of his custody in a Sept. 29 ruling by a Los Angeles judge after months of legal arguments by Rosengart to get him out of his custody. kick roll.

“Now that Matt has taken the big win on Wednesday, he is turning off Jamie Spears and looking in particular to Tri Star and Robin Greenhill,” the source said.

“He will serve a subpoena and take Robin Greenhill’s statement. It’s coming in about 30 days.’

The source added that Rosengart Spears will grill on why Britney, who worked tirelessly for years on hit songs performed to millions of fans, had relatively meager wealth.

“It would be alleged financial mismanagement – a net worth of $60 million is smaller than one might think,” the source said.

The attorney will also question Greenhill under oath about former security manager Alex Vlasov’s allegations that he received mirrored texts and communications from Britney’s phone.

Jamie Spears was removed from custody after 13 years by a judge in Los Angeles with immediate effect in a September 29 ruling.

Jamie Spears was removed from custody after 13 years by a judge in Los Angeles with immediate effect in a September 29 ruling.

The singer's Matthew Rosengart (pictured speaking to supporters and the media on Sept. 29) will soon be filing subpoenas and interviewing Jamie Spears and Robin Greenhill under oath, according to a close source

The singer’s Matthew Rosengart (pictured speaking to supporters and the media on Sept. 29) will soon be filing subpoenas and interviewing Jamie Spears and Robin Greenhill under oath, according to a close source

In Controlling Britney Spears, Vlasov, a former Black Box Security employee who said he worked with the singer’s team for nearly nine years, said the company had access to Spears’ phone and installed a listening device in her bedroom.

The security guard claimed that Spears’ father was in constant contact with the team monitoring her every move.

“There was a group chat with Edan, [Tri Star employee] Robin [Greenhill], and Jamie, and the security where they would basically put all the moves,” Vlasov claimed.

He told the filmmakers that he was asked to encrypt some of Spears’ text conversations so that they could be sent to her father and an employee of a business management company he hired.

Greenhill is an employee of Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group, a business management company hired by Jamie to manage the pop star’s estate.

A lawyer for the company told the Times the allegations were “not true.”

Dozens of fans and supporters of what has come to be known as the #FreeBritney movement gathered outside court last month with placards and banners during a hearing that eventually saw Jamie Spears removed as its curator.

Dozens of fans and supporters of what has come to be known as the #FreeBritney movement gathered outside court last month with placards and banners during a hearing that eventually saw Jamie Spears removed as its curator.

‘Madam. Greenhill was only involved in Ms. Spears’ security to the extent that Ms. Spears asked for her involvement, as well as Tri Star’s role in making the payments to the security company,” the attorney said, but did not respond to whether Greenhill ever had the receive texts.

Britney appears to be ecstatic about her newfound freedom and praised her lawyer in an Instagram post on Wednesday.

“Luckily I found a great lawyer Matthew Rosengart who helped change my life!!!!” she wrote.

The singer went on to make a thinly veiled attack on her father and others holding her down.

“I suggest that if you have a friend who has been in a house that feels very small for four months… no car… no phone… no door for privacy and they have to spend about 10 hours a day, 7 days a week. week working and giving tons of blood weekly with never a day off…I highly recommend you pick up your friend and get him out of there!!!!! If you’re like my family who say things like ‘sorry, you’re in a conservatory’…probably thinking you’re different so they can fuck you!!!!’

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