Britney Spears apparently doesn't endorse the new documentary the platform is making about her
Britney Spears does not support the new Netflix documentary about her conservatorship, "Britney vs. Spears", as reported by the portal Page Six.
"This is another unauthorized documentary without her blessing or participation," a source told the media.
Netflix just released the trailer for the upcoming documentary, set to premiere on September 28, which seeks to explore the 13-year battle for the legal conservatorship of the pop star.
"No one wanted to speak. Until they did", a narrator can be heard saying in the clip. Filmmaker Erin Lee Carr, who directed Britney vs. Spears, said in an interview with the Los Angeles Times published Wednesday that she tried to contact Spears, 39, about the project.
"I always hoped, dreamed, wished and prayed to the gods of the documentary," he said. "I tried to contact her repeatedly. But I had to sit down with the understanding that it was unlikely to happen".
Carr said she even sent the Overprotected singer a letter and has "reason to believe she was able to read it", but added: "I think she's focusing on her new boyfriend".
Spears recently got engaged to Sam Asghari, after five years of relationship. It is widely known that the singer is not a fan of the most traumatic moments of her life being played on screen.
After the heartbreaking FX / New York Times documentary Framing Britney Spears was released in February, a source claimed that Spears barely dared to see it at first.
"She chose not to see it because she is fed up with the conservatorship," a source told Page Six right after its premiere.