Britney Spears has lived under the supervision of her father Jamie Spears for more than a decade and now, as a documentary, Framing Britney Spears sheds new light on the life of the 39-year-old pop star and how the #FreeBritney movement is Supported their efforts to regain control of their finances and independence.The documentary is the sixth installment of FX and Hulus The New York Times Presents and features interviews with former assistant Felicia Culotta, attorney Adam Streisand and several others involving Britney herself but did not take part

Britney’s Conservatory was first exhibited in 2008 and extended from November 2020 to February 2021 after the singer requested to remove her father as a conservator. “My client told me she was afraid of her father,” Britneys said Lawyer Samuel D Ingham III told the judge in a court hearing that “She will not appear again if her father is in charge of her career.” In 2019, Jamie became the sole curator after attorney Andrew Wallet stepped down from his co-curation, and financial firm Bessemer Trust has now become co-curator appointed

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