After listening to the alleged audio tapes of Britney Spears and Jason Alexander, a leading forensic specialist says he thinks the vocal pitches don’t match!
Britney Spears‘ team is adamantly denying RadarOnline and Star‘s stories that claim Brit told Jason Alexander over the phone that boyfriend, Jason Trawick, beat her — and a leading forensic analyst tells HollywoodLife.com he thinks the call is fake as well.
“In my opinion it is unlikely that the voice on this recording belongs to Britney Spears,” President and CEO of Creative Forensic Services LLC Arlo E. West says. “I have compared the ‘unknown voice’ on the cell phone recording with several known voice recordings of Spears from past interviews. I have even analyzed some of the interviews where she was alleged to have been consuming alcohol as well. Her speech was slurry so I assume they are legit, but the voice does not seem to match the alleged Alexander/Spears recording.”
West goes on to explain what specifically seems “off” about Britney’s alleged voice on the tape.
“The female speakers voice on this cell phone recording has a somewhat lower pitch or frequency than the interviews of Spears that I have listened to. They do not appear to match,” he says, adding, “The voice contained on the cell phone recording, in my opinion to a high degree of certainty, might not be Spears.”