Britney Spears’s former business manager Lou Taylor has reportedly denied having anything to do with bugging Spears’s bedroom or monitoring her communications, after the pop star last week accused Taylor on Instagram of having “secretly ruined” her life.
Taylor filed a motion to block a request that her business, Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group, turn over a full accounting of the last 13 years, according to court documents obtained by People. The company claims that they already provided regular accounting over 11 years and no objection was ever raised by Spears or her lawyer. They also denied several of the singer’s allegations, which include that they bugged her bedroom, controlled her medication, and monitored her communications. In The New York Times Presents: Controlling Britney Spears, the documentary accuses Robin Greenhill, a Tri Star staffer and Spears’s former personal assistant, of monitoring the pop star’s iPhone by secretly mirroring her…