Britney Spears hasn’t seen “Framing Britney Spears,” but knows about the New York Times documentary that focuses on her conservatism issues, a source said exclusively.
“Britney hadn’t seen the documentary until Sunday, but she is aware of it,” the source said. “She hadn’t seen any of it.”
When asked whether 39-year-old Britney had not been allowed to view the documentaries under her legal restrictions, the insider said it was the pop star’s decision not to watch her.
“She decided not to see it because she was tired of the conservatism,” the source said. “She feels that there is a hole in her life because of the conservatory and that she will not be able to lead a normal life until it is over. She knows it’s a struggle for her whole life. “
In November, Britney’s attorney, Samuel D. Ingham III, claimed the “Toxic” singer in a trial had become “afraid” from her father, Jamie Spears, and wanted him removed from their conservatory. “She won’t perform again if her father is in charge of her career,” he said.
Los Angeles Supreme Court judge Brenda Penny declined to suspend 68-year-old Jamie from his duties, but said she was open to arguments for his future removal. Bessemer Trust has been named co-curator.
Jamie told CNN in December that he was hadn’t spoken to his daughter in months.
“When a family member needs special care and protection, as I have done for the last over 12 years, families need to be stepped up to unconditionally protect, protect, and continue to love Britney,” he said. “I have and will continue to offer unwavering love and protection from people with selfish interests and people who try to harm their or my family.”
Britney was under conservatory since her infamous nervous breakdown in 2007.
“Framing Britney Spears,” released Friday on FX and Hulu, featured the rise of singer “Baby One More Time” to fame, mental health problems as a result of tight public scrutiny, conservatory and the #FreeBritney movement.
Celebrities came out in droves over the weekend show their supportand called the pop star’s situation “sad” and “heartbreaking”.
Despite recent microscopic attention to her ongoing legal troubles with the documentary, a source said Monday that Britney was “happy and lively.”
The next trial for the Conservatory battle is February 11th.
A Britney representative did not immediately return our request for comment.