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BreatheHeavy featured in the BBC's new documentary, "The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship," out May 1st

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I just hope this documentary does not come after the fans and then we see Billy complaining how have we "treated him bad".. this is not about him. 
Anyway, I trust in the BBC, I hope its good!!

Where is your Docu Netflix?!!.. you are lateee ! :slayde_meme_red_glam_neyde_neydeney_britney:

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The only reason they put Perez in it, is probably because they want to show 2 sides of the story, Perez being pro con! We all know that pig still thinks Britney needs a Cship, cause let's face it, nobody checks for him except angry Britney fans.

Billy B is uhm... I don't know what to think of him, but at least he will be on Britney's side, Brian will be on Britney's side. I know a lot of fans hate him over the Toxic video treatment drama, but he is pro Britney and he knows a lot, since he was also around during 2007.

Lisa is a queen, so Im not really worried.

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5 hours ago, Blackout2006 said:

Its an "eh" for me with Billy B, but Perez? The same man who selling merchandise that were wishing for Britney's death will be interviewed about the struggles she has been put through? Kind of loses the reliability of this documentary for me.


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Britney Spears has been left with “no civil or human rights”, one fan claims in a new BBC documentary.

BAFTA-winning journalist Mobeen Azhar travelled to LA and the singer’s hometown of Kentwood, Louisiana, to make The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship.

The programme explores the complexities of the court-ordered conservatorship which has controlled Britney’s life since 2008.


He explains: “My aim was to really understand the law, and is it possible for someone in this day and age for all that status and power and money to be held captive? As one of the fans said in the film, ‘She has no civil rights, she has no human rights’.

“I was surprised that in California the law is absolutely open to abuse.”

Fans have been campaigning to have the 39-year-old’s conservatorship removed as part of the FreeBritney hashtag.

But after interviewing fans and celebrities who know her – including Perez Hilton – who felt Britney “would die without it”, Mobeen isn’t convinced.

However, he believes it should be changed to remove the ability to benefit financially.

He claims: “It’s tricky. There is a level of exploitation when it comes to the estate of Britney and the money that is being paid to various parties.

“The court documents show there are vast sums of money being spent on a weekly basis and monthly basis for years to pay lawyers and former business managers, and her court-appointed attorney.

"There is a possibility it would be in their interests to maintain the status quo because they are getting paid huge amounts of money.

“Whenever there’s that much money to be made, I don’t know if the milk of human kindness is going to prevail to do ultimately the right thing.”

  • The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship is available on BBC iPlayer next Saturday. It will be shown on BBC Two on May 5 at 9pm.


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