Britney Spears recently responded to the newest documentaries about her troubled life including The New York Times, FX, and Hulu series titled Controlling Britney Spears, as well as CNN’s Toxic: Britney Spears’ Battle For Freedom.
Although she did not describe which documentary she was referring to as both were released over the weekend, and Britney said she watched one of them and informed fans that a lot of what she saw was not true.
She took Instagram to address her fans and posted a video on Monday with a lengthy caption. In a post, she said, ‘I hate to inform you but a lot of what you heard is not true!
She also addressed one of the claims that came from a former security member who alleged that Britney’s father Jamie Spears had his daughter under constant surveillance during her conservatorship.
‘I watched a little bit of the last documentary,’ Britney admitted and then appeared to sarcastically critique the documentary for painting her in an unfavorable light. ‘I really try to disassociate myself from the drama! Number one… that’s the past!!! Number two… can the dialogue get any classier,’ she wrote with a series of emojis. ‘Number three… wow they used the most beautiful footage of me in the world !!! What can I say… the EFFORT on their part,’ she added.
It appeared as though the singer was unhappy with the footage that the documentary makers had used of her, which she has complained about in the past. She then made reference to her so-called Rose Project, which she has been discussing with fans on Instagram for the last few years.
The Toxic singer has referred to it in the past as a ‘personal photo project’ when she will wear the same clothes in multiple different photos, though it is not quite clear why Britney was discussing this in relation to the documentary. Britney said last year on Instagram: ‘Yes, I know, I did wear the same top 17 times, but it’s for a project, Project Rose. And you’ll be seeing way more of Project Rose in the future.’
Last week, her former tour manager Dan George described just how much the star’s conservators have controlled her medical care for over a decade. In an interview, George reveals that how the singer, 39, was treated while working with her on the Circus tour from 2008 to 2009 during CNN’s upcoming documentary TOXIC: Britney Spears’ Battle for Freedom.
“The conservatorship dictated to her who her doctors were going to be, which doctors she was going to see, how often she was going to see them, how long those sessions would be – every aspect of her medical care,” he said in a preview for a one-hour special, obtained by Page Six. George’s statement comes after Spears testified that her conservatorship was so restrictive that she wasn’t allowed to remove her IUD birth control.