Britney Spears is about to escape her father’s guardianship and regain her life, but her journey has not been easy or short at all. The explosive trailer for the documentary “Britney vs. Spears” promises revelations and analysis that shed some light on the artist’s case.
Journalists, testimonies of relatives, official documents, even confidential reports were consulted by those who made the documentary, in an attempt to understand why Britney was constrained for 13 years, to what extent her freedoms were taken away. and what he can do to regain control of his own decisions. Recently, her father announced that she was giving up guardianship, but the final decision will be made by a judge. The next audition will take place in just one week, just days after the film’s trailer is released.
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“I want my life back. I’ve worked all my life. I don’t owe anything to these people. I deserve to have the same rights as everyone else. It’s been 13 years, that’s enough.”, is heard in the documentary in which part of the testimony given by the singer appears before the judges.
“Britney had no one to trust. Neither her mother nor her father.”, said for producers Adnan, her ex-boyfriend since 2007.
“She was afraid that her family would break in and take everything from her,” was the conclusion of an expert.
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