Kevin Federline's attorney responds to Britney Spears security claims
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Kevin Federline would be furious if the claims that his children's private conversations with mom, Britney Spears, had been secretly recorded prove to be true, his attorney exclusively tells Page Six.
Kevin Federline would be furious if the claims that his children's private conversations with mom, Britney Spears, had been secretly recorded prove to be true, his attorney exclusively tells Page Six. "I think that would be pretty outrageous and Kevin would be upset about that," lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan told us on Monday, following The New York Times' bombshell report over the weekend that first exposed the allegations. "It would be extremely inappropriate for a parent, let alone a grandparent, to clandestinely procure recordings between a parent and their children," the attorney added. "Regardless of whether or not the grandfather, in this case, Jamie is a conservator or not." BRITNEY SPEARS' FATHER ALLEGEDLY MONITORED HER TEXTS AND CALLS 'FOR HER PROTECTION' According to The Times, Jamie, 69, and the security firm he hired, Black Box Security, ran an "intense surveillance apparatus" that monitored Britney's communications and "secretly captured audio recordings from her bedroom, including her interactions and conversations with her boyfriend and children." Kaplan told Page Six he and Federline, 43, had never heard of the allegations prior to our call and that he had "no way of knowing whether the allegations are true." Reps for Jamie and…