Several films have already been shot about the long-term struggle for freedom from the guardianship of the father of American singer Britney Spears, and now, due to new circumstances, three more have appeared. Against the background of the premiere of one of them, the star made a strange statement on her Instagram. Britney told fans that she watched an excerpt from the new documentary, without specifying which one, and shared her emotions.
According to her, it's loaded with inaccuracies. She suggests that it's all about stuff that happened in the past and she's trying to move forward.
Britney's post was about a documentary produced by The New York Times in conjunction with streaming service Hulu. In the documentary "Controlling Britney Spears" new details of the father's custody of the singer were revealed. So, it became known that he had access to everything that was stored in the phone. All messages, all FaceTime calls, notes, browser history, and photos were available to him.
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