The revelations are linked around Britney Spears. This time it comes from a former member of his security team, Alex Vlasov of Black Box Security. This Friday, September 24, Page Six of The New York Post magazine reveals that the latter claimed to have kept a copy of a recording that is embracing and above all “extremely sensitive” for the singer. Revelation made in the trailer for the documentary Controlling Britney Spears, the sequel to the feature film Framing Britney Spears.
He was even reportedly pressured to delete the recording. “Edan [Yemini, a former bodyguard of Britney Spears, editor’s note] and one of the agents working with him walked into my office and handed me the audio recording device and a USB stick and asked me to erase it, “said Alex Vlasov, still employed by the security company at the time of the events (from 2012 to 2021). “I asked them to tell me what was on it. They looked very nervous and said it was extremely sensitive, that no one can ever know, and that’s why I have to delete everything so that there is no record of it. “
The security of Britney Spears accomplice?
If he does not specify, for the moment, the nature of this mystery recording, Alex Vlasov affirms that his exchange with his colleagues triggered “several red alerts.” What push him to keep a copy. “I didn’t want to be complicit in anything they were involved in, so I kept a copy because I didn’t want to delete evidence.” As a reminder, Britney Spears’ father hired Edan Yemini to ensure his safety, shortly after being placed under guardianship in February 2008. He is now part of the close entourage of the pop star to be singled out, the Interpreter of Toxic denouncing the treatment which was reserved to him during 13 years.
Britney Spears and her partner Sam Asghari on the “The Daytime Beauty Awards” red carpet in Los A © Backgrid USA / Bestimage