Framing Britney Spears, the much-discussed documentary about the singer made by The New York Times, airs Monday, February 15 on Net5.
In Framing Britney Spears , the guardianship under which the singer has been standing since 2008 is amply discussed. Because of this, she has been out of control over her finances and career for almost thirteen years. This is even about the smallest things; for example, her curators determine whether she can buy a cup of coffee.
The documentary brought new attention to the #freebritney movement, avid fans of the singer who want her to regain control of her own life. They protest out of court when hearings are held. A few dozen fans also came to the lawsuit on Thursday.
On Thursday it was announced that the curatorship of the singer will remain in the hands of her father for the time being. He shares this task with the bankruptcy company Bessemer. This to the dissatisfaction of Spears, who only wants Bessemer to keep control over her finances.
Framing Britney Spears can be seen on Net5 on February 15 at 8:30 pm.