- American pop star Britney Spears has finally spoken out about the documentary of her life titled Framing Britney
- The controversial documentary looks into the life of the troubled starlet including her contested conservatorship
- Britney revealed that she was embarrassed by the content and that it made her cry for weeks
US singer Britney Spears has opened up about how she felt after watching portions of a documentary about her troubled life.
The documentary titled Framing Britney explores the starlet’s career and controversies including the conservatorship that she has been living under since 2008.
Taking to Instagram, Britney shared that a huge part of her life was just public speculation.
“I have been exposed my whole life performing in front of people!!! It takes a lot of strength to TRUST the universe with your real vulnerability cause I've always been so judged, insulted and embarrassed by the media and I still am till this day !!!"
She went on to say that she did not watch the documentary but the bits she saw left her feeling embarrassed.
’I cried for two weeks and well. I still cry sometimes!!!! I do what I can in my own spirituality with myself to try and keep my own joy, love, and happiness.”
The 39-year-old concluded by saying that she would continue doing things that bring her joy.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported the American superstar was in the middle of a battle of conservatorship with her father, and the motion to remove her father as a guardian over her estate has tilted in her favour.
As reported by NBC News, Britney who was widely celebrated when she turned 39 in December 2020, filed a petition sometime last year to have a financial institution take over as the sole conservator of her estate.
On Thursday, February 11, a judge denied the singer's father, James Spears, the power to retain control over her asset.
Los Angeles Superior Court, Judge Brenda Penny, denied the singer’s petition last year but appointed Bessemer Trust as a co-conservator along with her father, which has been working fine.
James' attorney, Thoreen, however, raised an objection and argued that the court orders should be consistent with the 2019 order that gave him sole guardianship, but the objection was denied by the judge.
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