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Dramas of Britney Spears’ tutelage to be exposed in documentary

Dramas of Britney Spears' tutelage to be exposed in documentary (AP)

Dramas of the guardianship of Britney Spears will be exposed in documentary | AP

There is no doubt that the legal status of the pop princess is still a topic of conversation and now all the dramas will be exposed in a documentary film, as The New York Times will premiere the sixth chapter of a series of reports that will deepen the delicate situation in Britney Spears.

As you may recall, The New York Times has been working for several months on a new documentary, the sixth of its popular series of audiovisual reports on current affairs, which will delve into Britney Spears’ controversial career at the top of pop and the controversial economic guardianship and legal to which the artist is subjected, 39 years old and mother of two adolescent children.

One of the aspects in which the piece will place greater emphasis is that of the mental health of the music celebrity, not so much in relation to that nervous crisis of 2007 that gave rise to the current controversial situation, which in practice gives the full control over your finances and other decisions of public importance to a legal guardian.

Something that for more than a decade has made his own dad Jamie his financial mentor; However, this brought with it the devastating effect that, for their self-esteem and autonomy, the validity of a normative framework supposedly conceived as something exceptional and provisional is having in force.

In addition, one of the revelations that the documentary will make, by the mouth of the former MTV presenter Dave Holmes, is linked to the tense relationship that Britney has had with her father for so many years.

According to the now producer and DJ, the singer never opposed the need for a higher authority to manage those most sensitive areas of her life, given the psychological problems she was dealing with at that time.

But it was always clear to her that her sister Jamie Spears was not entirely the right person to deal with it.

Every time Britney made so much money with her work, you could see the true motives of each in the management type, “explains Holmes.

Titled “Britney framing“, the documentary, which released a trailer this Thursday, January 21, plunges into the ups and downs of the career of the” Oops … I Did It Again “singer, as well as her unusual guardianship situation, which has caused a great controversy in recent years.

As you may recall, Britney reached a stratospheric level of fame as a teenager with her hit 1998 album “Baby One More Time”, yet in 2006 she faced intense criticism while publicly struggling with mental health issues.

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Then in 2008, his father James was appointed co-guardian of Britney, along with an attorney, Andrew Wallet.

Although Wallet resigned in 2018, James has continued to control all of Britney’s financial assets and has the final say on many of her personal decisions, such as whether or not to marry.

This is how Britney has sought legal action to remove James as guardian and live independently, however, a judge rejected the request and extended the conservatorship until September 2021.

It is worth mentioning that the legal battle has caused the “Free Britney” movement, which wants to remove the Piece of Me artist from tutelage and in fact the images of a protest in the city of Los Angeles can be seen in the new trailer of the documentary .

There is no doubt that this new documentary will be a great controversy when it is released, because on many occasions the singer has been a trend, because her followers want her freedom.

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