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Someone Pretending to Be Britney Spears’ Manager Received 49 Unreleased Songs From Her Record Label

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Some crook pretended to be Britney Spears' manager and got her record label to send a bunch of yet-to-be-released music ... TMZ has learned..

According to docs obtained by TMZ ... the suspect impersonated Larry Rudolph, Brit's longtime manager, and emailed RCA Records to ask for tracks that at the time were unreleased. The person went so far as to create larry.rudolph@aol.com ... which is not Larry's actual email address.

Didn't matter ... RCA reps got duped and uploaded 49 digital files.

In all, law enforcement says the culprit nabbed 12 tracks intended for Britney's album, "Glory," which was released in August 2016 ... shortly after this caper.

Law enforcement obtained search warrants in October 2016 and June 2017 to search AOL and Microsoft records for the suspect's email account -- and they now have a suspect. They say he's an attorney who's studying intellectual property law at UCLA. There goes the Dean's List ... allegedly.

The case is still under investigation. We spoke to the suspect, and his attorney, and they say the authorities have the wrong guy.

http://m.tmz.com/#2017/11/30/fake-britney-spears-manager-larry-rudolph-new-tracks/

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yeah this happened last year and is speculated to be how snippets of Just Luv Me surfaced before Glory's release and how the Brazilians got a hold of Make Me...

12 of the songs are on Glory which leaves 37 unaccounted for.

it's kind of weird how this story is surfacing now... since it's been known about for over a year. we knew there were 40+ songs recorded for Glory since it came out.

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Someone pretended to be Britney Spears' manager Larry Rudolph - and got away with over four dozen songs.

According to newly surfaced documents obtained by TMZ, the thief impersonated Larryin emails sent to RCA Records, creating a fake email address (larry.rudolph@aol.com) and tricking label reps into sending music.

The imposter reportedly received 49 digital files. Cops tell TMZ that the suspect got away with 12 tracks intended for Britney's Glory, which was released in August of 2016.

The Los Angeles Police Department obtained a search warrant back in October of 2016 and June 2017 to search AOL and Microsoft records for the suspect's email account.

There is now a suspect - and he's an attorney studying intellectual property law at UCLA.

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49 UNRELEASED SONGS 12 FROM GLORY OMFG I NEED THEM NOW

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