Britney Spears Suffering from mental health issues for years. Everyone remembers the 2007 incident when the singer shaved her head bald. And although it seems that several years after this event, her mental health is better, the singer again went a year ago to a center for people who need mental help. According to the fan theory, she was locked there against her will.
There was also the #FreeBritney action, which was intended to draw attention to the fact that the singer may be impotent. The case was eventually taken to court to determine whether Britney Spears could decide for herself. According to a Los Angeles ruling of justice, the star’s father’s custody of his daughter has been extended until February 1, 2021.
The singer, without the consent of her father or the people appointed by him, cannot drive, have children, vote or even talk about disability. For this reason, many internet users doubt the authenticity of Britney’s words on social media.
On the wave of the #FreeBritney movement, New York Times journalists decided to make a documentary about the singer’s ups and downs. The materials will be based on interviews with Britney’s relatives and the attorneys involved in her case. A trailer for the movie that, among other things, featured Dave Holmes, one of the faces of MTV in the late 1990s and early 2000s, appeared briefly, suggesting that Britney’s impotence was not being properly investigated. The material will be released on February 5 on FX Productions and on Hulu.
You can check out a preview of “Framing Britney Spears” below.
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