Pop royalty Britney Spears’ father Jamie is reportedly being investigated by the FBI over claims he bugged his daughter's bedroom to secretly monitor her movement, messages, and calls as her conservator. 

The Spears father was reportedly in charge of the surveillance set up that tracked Britney's interactions in her bedroom, according to a bombshell documentary from The New York Times titled "Controlling Britney Spears," which FX and Hulu debuted on Friday, the Independent noted.

The allegations stemming from the documentary follow-up to "Framing Britney Spears" heard from a former member of Britney's longtime security team, who claims her father planted an audio recording device that monitored 180 hours of her conversations with her boyfriend, kids, as well as those with Samuel Ingham, her former attorney.

"Ethically it was just one big mess," Alex Vlasov, a former employee of Black Box Security, claimed, noting the president of the company, Edan Yemini, would then approach him with a request to wipe a USB drive consisting of the recordings, according to Fox News.

On Monday, Britney’s camp further accused Jamie of “horrifying and unconscionable invasions" of the pop star's privacy, urging the court to immediately remove him from the conservatorship. 

Mathew Rosengart argued the accusations warrant serious investigation because Jamie "crossed unfathomable lines" as California is a consent state, accusing Jamie of breaching the law. 

However, Jamie contends his daughter was aware she is being recorded and monitored amid reports the FBI is looking into his alleged crimes. 

“As a result of these deeply disturbing allegations, Mr. Spears will inevitably be focused over the next several days and weeks on defending his interests, not his daughter’s (yet again)," the paperwork reads. 

"Regardless of the outcome of the allegations, what cannot be genuinely disputed is how deeply upsetting they are to Ms. Spears and if nothing else, they magnify the need to suspend Mr. Spears immediately.”

Earlier this month, the Spears patriarch petitioned the court to end the 13-year conservatorship, which has allowed him control of Britney's estate since 2008, amid the "Toxic" hitmaker's desperate fight to get out of it, with the next hearing to take place on Sept. 29, NBC News noted.

Britney Spears The allegations stemming from the documentary follow-up to "Framing Britney Spears" heard from a former member of Britney's longtime security team, who claims her father planted an audio recording device that monitored 180 hours of her conversations with her boyfriend, kids, as well as those with Samuel Ingham, her former attorney. David Becker Getty Images