Because of February’s “Framing Britney Spears” documentary on Britney Spears life, all eyes have been on the pop singer with a restored interest in and speculation about- her health.
The documentary showed 39-year-old Britney rise to fame and her fight with mental health amidst inappropriate and unrelenting media coverage. It also highlights her conservatorship, which her father, Jamie Spears, entirely controls.
Although Britney was not interviewed for the documentary- despite Samantha Stark, the director saying her team “tried everything” to get an interview- leaving her admirers to pick up on her reactions to the movie and corresponding discussions through her social media posts.
Most recently, Britney acknowledged her admirers in an April 13 Instagram post, in which she stated in the caption of a clip shot in 2020 that she was “fortunate to share especially with a world that is concerned and empathetic with my life.”
Almost two months after the launch of “Framing Britney,” Britney acknowledged it directly for the very first time, disclosing on Instagram March 30 she “cried for three weeks” and still cries “occasionally” over the documentary.
“As life goes on and the world keeps on turning, we remain so sensitive and fragile as people!! I didn’t saw the documentary, but from what I did see of it, I was uncomfortable by the light they put me in,” she stated, adding that her “life has every time been very speculated, judged and watched my whole life.”
Spears formally requested the resignation of her father as her private conservator, according to documents filed March 23 in the high court in Los Angeles.
The petition did not make it understandable whether Britney Spears wants Jamie Spears to keep his other job as conservator of her money. His lawyers have claimed he has dramatically improved Briteny’s financial estate, worth approximately $60 million.