Guy Pretends to be Britney Spears’ Manager and Gets Record Label to Send him Unreleased Music
Posted: 10:28 pm Monday, December 4th, 2017
By Danny Serrano
Someone pretended to be Britney Spears’ manager and got her record label to send a bunch of yet-to-be-released music. The suspect impersonated Larry Rudolph, Britney’s longtime manager, and emailed RCA Records to ask for tracks that at the time were unreleased.
RCA reps got duped and uploaded 49 digital files.
Cops say the suspect nabbed 12 tracks intended for Britney’s album, “Glory.” Which was released in August 2016. Shortly after law enforcement got a search warrants in October 2016 and June 2017 to search AOL and Microsoft record’s for the suspects email account and now they have the suspect.
They say the suspect is an attorney who’s studying intellectual property law at UCLA.
The case is still under investigation. The suspect and his attorney say the authorities have the wrong guy. On the bright-side, Finally..someone wants NEW Music from Britney Spears.