In the mansion of Britney Spears are looking for bugs and surveillance cameras
Representatives of Britney Spears initiated a professional inspection of her mansion for tracking equipment, The Sun reports.
The singer's lawyer Matthew Rosengart asked to join the verification of former military security specialists. While Spears is on vacation, they checked furniture, decorative elements, doors, walls, ventilation for listening bugs, and cameras.
The check is a forced measure after a recently released documentary about Spears became aware of a listening device installed by Britney's former guardian, her father Jamie, in her bedroom. It was also reported that he was monitoring her phone and tablet.
The results of the check are still kept secret. If the devices are found, a case may be brought against Jamie Spears.
Earlier, Britney Spears wrote a post thanking fans on Twitter. She reported that she "cried for two hours" after the pop star's fans "freed" her from her father's guardianship, which lasted 13 years.
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