7 Revelations in the controlling Britney Spears documentary

While Britney Spears’ conservatory fight continues to play in court, we’ve seen a series of documentaries covering the singer’s fight for freedom. Prior to the release of Netflix Britney Vs. Spear, New York Times premiere Controlling Britney Spears on September 24th. Controlling Britney Spears, a follow-up to Framing by Britney Spears doc, which premiered on Hulu back in February, gives viewers an even closer look at the singer’s years-long conservatory under her father, Jamie Spears. It examines how the pop star’s security team gained control of her life through disturbing claims from those who have worked closely with Britney over the years, including her former assistant Felicia Culotta.

Britney has previously expressed her discomfort with documentaries about her life. After the release of Framing by Britney Spears, she admitted that she cried for two weeks over the documentary and “was embarrassed by the light” it put her in. She also expressed similar feelings after the release of BBC Select’s The Battle of Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatory in May. “So many documentaries about me this year with others’ views on my life … what can I say … I am deeply flattered !!!!” she wrote on Instagram. “These documentaries are so hypocritical.”

The release of Controlling Britney Spears comes a few weeks after Jamie surprisingly filed a petition to end the singer’s 13-year-old conservatory. The court is to decide whether or not Jamie will remain his daughter’s conservator at the next court hearing on September 29. See the most heartbreaking revelations from Controlling Britney Spears.

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