To know more about Britney Spears watch The New York Times's documentary, which is based on her court Battle
Britney is fighting a battle with her father to dissolve the conservatorship, which is also trending on social media.
Over the years, numerous work has been written and made on Britney Spears life, about her ups-down, relationship etc. which has explored all her life to her fans.
Now, the New York Times presents a new documentary Framing Britney Spears, which is based on the legal battle of her with her father Jamie Spears to free her under the conservatorship of her father.
The series showed the problem she has faced during her court battle with her father as well as a social media movement #FreeBritney run by her fans who supports her and also about her relationship with Justin Timberlake.
Britney and Justin Timberlake have dated for four years before their break up in 2002. The documentary also showed break down period of her.
The series is aired on Friday on fx channel and also streaming on hulu.
For more than 10 years, Britney Spears has lived her life under her father’s discretion. Since he became Britney’s legal conservator in 2008, according to which Jamie Spears has exercised control over her wellbeing and her finances.
Which according to Spears attorney, she no longer wants her father to stay in charge of her finances.
The documentary also included interviews of Britney’s close one such as Felicia Culotta, who was not only a family friend but was also Britney’s long-time personal assistant, music journalists who stayed with her at the very beginning.
It also included the interview with a former lawyer in her conservatorship case, paparazzi photographer whose car Spears attacked with an umbrella.