Another Britney Spears documentary is set to be released soon.
“Controlling Britney Spears”, followed by FX and Hulu’s “Framing Britney Spears”, is set to release tonight, September 24, at 10 p.m.
The New York Times and director Samantha Stark have returned to provide more explosive information about the maintenance of Spears built on her life over the past 13 years. The original “Framing Britney Spears” dock, which was nominated for two Emmys, helped carry support for Spears in her conservative legal battle. Now, follow-up promises direct knowledge about Spears ’daily life and surveillance complaints under maintenance.
“When Britney spoke in detail about her conservatism for the first time during a court hearing in June, she said she hadn’t spoken before because she didn’t think people would believe her,” Stark said in a statement. “She said she felt abused under the Conservatives and the judge wondered if she was lying. Britney’s speech inspired the people in the film to share their stories with us – very risky for themselves – because they felt that what Britney was saying was with their evidence. Or were forced to support the moments they saw.
Spears has been fighting a legal battle against his father, Jamie Spears, for the past few months to get him removed from his guard. Her father eventually agreed to resign, and next week’s Sept. 2 court hearing will move closer to ending conservatism.
The announcement of “Controlling Britney Spears” follows another Spears documentary, this time on Netflix and titled “Britney vs. Spears”. Netflix’s project will launch four days later on September 28th.