The singer recently spoke out about the controversial documentary, which chronicled her ongoing authorized battle to take away her father as her conservator.
Posting to her Instagram account, she wrote: “I didn’t watch the documentary however from what I did see of it I used to be embarrassed by the sunshine they put me in… I cried for 2 weeks and nicely… I nonetheless cry generally!!!!”
Addressing the Grammy winner’s publish, make-up artist Billy Brasfield – who labored with Spears in 2012 and 2013 – added on Instagram: “The content material is her, however… the phrases are NOT how she feels.”
Talking to Page Six, Brasfield reaffirmed his suspicions and claimed to keep in touch with Spears.
He alleged: “I instantly knew it was not her. I texted her about it and he or she texted me again final evening.”
“What was upsetting [about the post] – it was principally a story denouncing her followers and the Free Britney motion and other people now taking a really acutely aware take a look at the info and what’s going on,” he stated.
“Though it is likely to be sophisticated for her, in fact she is invested. It’s her life. She doesn’t like being a sufferer, she by no means wished to be a sufferer and doesn’t see herself as a sufferer. She sees herself as a survivor and has navigated this with persistence and technique.”
The Unbiased has contacted a consultant of Spears for remark.
Since arriving on Hulu in February, Framing Britney Spears has re-inspired a mainstream dialogue round how Spears’s life has been managed by her court-ordered conservatorship, which has been in place since 2008.
Just lately, the 39-year-old’s lawyer formally requested an LA decide to completely take away her father, Jamie Spears, from his position overseeing her private affairs.
Jamie had been in charge of each the star’s monetary and private affairs earlier than stepping down from the latter position in September 2019 on account of well being causes.