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Britney Spears begs for conservatorship to end in explosive new trailer for Netflix documentary


‘I just want my life back’: Britney Spears begs for conservatorship to end in explosive new trailer for Netflix documentary Britney vs. Spears


Britney Spears pleaded for freedom from the decade-plus conservatorship she’s been under in a new trailer for the explosive Netflix documentary Britney vs. Spears. 

‘I just want my life back,’ she pleaded with Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny earlier this year during a phoned-in testimony. ‘I’ve worked my whole life. I don’t owe these people anything.’  

The new doc is set for release on Tuesday, Sept. 28, the day before her next big court date where she will battle against her father, Jamie, to end the conservatorship.  

Me Against the Music: Britney Spears pleaded for freedom from the decade-plus conservatorship she’s been under in a new trailer for the explosive Netflix documentary Britney vs. Spears

Britney has been under a court order for 13 years where her father has held the power over all of her personal and financial decisions following her multiple involuntary holds in psychiatric hospitals.

The last time Spears spoke directly to the judge was in May 2019, but the court was closed to the public and her testimony was sealed, and details of her mental health have never been disclosed.

Directed by filmmaker Erin Lee Carr, the project has reportedly been in the works for more than one year. 

Stronger: Britney has been under a court order for 13 years where her father has held the power over all of her personal and financial decisions following her multiple involuntary holds in psychiatric hospitals

Stronger: Britney has been under a court order for 13 years where her father has held the power over all of her personal and financial decisions following her multiple involuntary holds in psychiatric hospitals

'Britney never had one person she could trust,' Adnan Ghalib said in an interview. 'Not Mom, not Dad'

‘Britney never had one person she could trust,’ Adnan Ghalib said in an interview. ‘Not Mom, not Dad’

Directed by filmmaker Erin Lee Carr, the project has reportedly been in the works for more than one year and blends archival footage with updated court room docs

Directed by filmmaker Erin Lee Carr, the project has reportedly been in the works for more than one year and blends archival footage with updated court room docs

‘I deserve to have the same rights as anybody does,’ her recording echoed in the background of clips through the years. ‘It’s been 13 years and it’s enough.’ 

‘Britney never had one person she could trust,’ Adnan Ghalib said in an interview. ‘Not Mom, not Dad.’ 

She began dating Adnan, a photographer, during the height of her mental health issues in 2007, a relationship that only lasted one year until she filed a restraining order against him.

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