Britney Spears SLAMS the documentaries made about her conservatorship

Britney Spears SLAMS the documentaries made about her conservatorship struggles calling them ‘bulls***’

Britney Spears does not seem to be happy with the documentaries made about her life following the release from her 13 year conservatorship in November 2021.

The pop star, 41 – who recently wrote of past hostile encounters with law enforcement officers – took to social media on Monday to vent about the movies.

Spears seems to accuse the filmmakers of wanting to ‘manipulate the system’ as they discussed her ‘hardest times 3 years ago.’

And the singer seemed to be irritated the producers pretended that she benefitted in some way from these  documentaries.

‘BULLS*** !!! Is it all regulated in talking sh** ???’ she exclaimed.

Motive: Britney Spears, 41, questioned the motive behind documentaries focused on her in a long Instagram post Monday (pictured in Los Angeles in July 2019)

Question: The singer posted a question posited by Lady Gaga’s manager, Bobby Campbell, two years ago regarding documentaries being produced about her and her 13 year conservatorship in the run-up to her release 

Some of the movies made about her were TMZ Investigates: Britney Spears: Divorce and Despair, CNN’s Toxic: Britney Spears‘ Battle for Freedom and the Netflix film Britney vs Spears. 

There was also The New York Times’ documentary Framing Britney Spears, which was released in February 2021. 

At the time of its release, Britney said she was embarrassed and ‘cried for two weeks’ over it.

The new social media post began with Spears sharing an older passage from Lady Gaga’s manager, Bobby Campbell.

In 2021 he was concerned about the motive behind the number of projects being produced around Spears was disturbing. 

At the time, Campbell remarked, ‘There needs to be transparency about how or whether the filmmakers are profiting from this doc, of if defense, of to legal defense funds to aide those who do not have the financial resources to fight against undue conservatorships.’

Benefit: The Circus singer said ‘ hour long documentaries showing my hardest times 3 years ago proclaiming I’m supposed to benefit from THAT !!!’ were  ”BULLS**T !!! Is it all regulated in talking sh*t ???’

New doc: TMZ Investigates: Britney Spears: Divorce and Despair was released on Hulu in August. The film looks at the singer’s life post-conservatorship including her marriage and separation from Sam Asghari  (pictured In Beverly Hills in April 2018)

He added, ‘But is Britney Spears okay with people making these documentaries?’ 

The Overprotected artist reacted to his message by writing: ‘Interesting. The last sentence !!! Would it matter if I wasn’t ok with it ??? JUST SAYING !!!!’

She drew comparisons to other contentious situations, saying, ‘Come on duals and most arguments are always calculated through 2 sides !!!

‘The bottom line is intention !!! 

‘What angle were they coming at ??? Was it to demonstrate support … understanding … love ??? Why no !!! None of these !!! It was to offend and offend only !!!’ 

The termination of Britney’s 13 year conservatorship made headline news.

It was the #Free Britney movement that helped draw attention to the situation surrounding the legal agreement that left the Grammy winner’s father Jamie and others in charge of not only her money, but her personal life. 

More docs: Three other documentaries were produced un-up to her being released from of years long conservatorship: Controlling Britney Spears from The New York Times, CNN’s Toxic: Britney Spears‘ Battle for Freedom and the Netflix film Britney vs Spears

Life saver: Britney initially said she was embarrassed by the focus on her court case, but after she was released from her conservatorship she thanked the #FreeBritney movement for the efforts. ‘I honestly think you guys saved my life, in a way. 100 percent,’ she said in a video

After her legal battle was won, the emancipated artist said efforts of the #FreeBritney movement saved her life.

In a video four days after the decision in November 2021, the Lucky singer posted a video on Instagram proclaiming, ‘The #FreeBritney movement – you guys rock.’

‘Honestly, my voice was muted and threatened for so long, and I wasn’t able to speak up or say anything… I honestly think you guys saved my life, in a way. 100 percent.’

‘I’m just grateful honestly for each day and being able to have the keys to my car, and being able to be independent and feel like a woman,’ she said. 

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