A documentary about Britney Spears – from her rise to fame to the period of guardianship she is now under – grabs headlines and attracts reactions from viewers, including her fellow celebrities and artists.
The New York Times documentary “Framing Britney Spears” premiered on February 5, explaining the rise of a band Has been treated In the media, it was alleged that they were treated by those close to her.. And while the movement was started by fans, it has expanded from people interested in memorizing it to viewers, including celebrities, interested in Spears’ fashion.
Singer Casey Musgraves chirp: “You all … she is curing me and no one knows if @Britney Spears Really okay. I really hope that if she isn’t, she can officially pronounce it somehow and that she knows we’re all out there dealing with her well-being. “
Pop star’s father, Jimmy Spears, has worked as a 39-year-old Spears bodyguard since 2008 and recently becameOf her finances when Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Benny appointed the Bessemer Trust to share the duties of the Custodian with him.
Spears has been fighting to completely remove her father from the guardianship, and the documentary makes it clear that she should not be in the guardianship at all, as she is able to understand guardianship and able to function.
Many fans involved in the Free Britney movement believe Spears is trying to send secret messages asking for help through her Instagram, where she often posts somewhat strange videos with confusing captions.
On Tuesday, Spears ‘friend Sam Asghari used his Instagram to speak publicly about Spears’ father, writing, “Now it’s important for people to understand that I never respect anyone who tries to control our relationship and constantly throws obstacles in our way in my opinion, Jimmy. [Spears] It is the total of d ** k “.
The actor and model, 27, continues to say he won’t go into detail because he respects privacy. “But I did not come to this country to be able to express my opinion and my freedom,” said Asghari, who immigrated from Iran.
CBS News has contacted Mr. Spears’ attorney, Andrew Walt, for comment from him and Mr. Spears on the documentary, Britney’s free movement and a junior position, and is awaiting a response.
Other celebrities have said that they have seen the documentary and hope Spears will break free from her sponsorship. an actress Amber Tamblyn tweeted: “Framing Britney was like rough watching, like the Winehouse documentary, we just know how this story ended. I hope Britney is freed from that guardianship -” liberated “as she says in her own words. It’s baffling that any judge continues to support her.”
comedian Fortune Feimster tweeted: “I saw the New York Times lecture on Britney Spears, and it is a mess that they did not let this very successful adult woman take charge of her life. She made it clear that she did not want her father to have any part of her finances and her life decisions. That should be enough.”
Talk show presenter Tamron Hall He said it was “an understatement” to call the documentary “heartbreaking.”
Miley Cyrus gave a Shout To Spears during her post-Super Bowl performance, saying, “We love Britney.”
Other celebrities, including Andy Cohen, Sarah Jessica Parker, Megan McCain and Bette Midler, shared their support via tweets. “Britney Free.”
Jamila spoke out against what she calls “invasive lighting” of women in the media, saying that the media often portray women as “annoying and hysterical.” Lovely He said on Instagram Tuesday that her theory applies to Spears.
Los Angeles attorney Lisa McCarley, who specializes in estate planning and probate law, sent a letter to more than 100 attorneys asking them to “contact the Los Angeles County Wills Department, especially probate personnel, and ask Judge Penny to end the guardianship.”
In the letter, which McCarley shared with CBS News, she wrote that “framing Britney Spears” “gave a subtle yet powerful glimpse into the unconstitutional way in which she moved into Spears’ tutelage.” “We would be complicit in the perceived violation of Ms. Spears’ constitutional rights if we watched and did nothing,” she told her fellow lawyers.
The ACLU in the past called Spears, and shared in August How to Believe in Guardianship Threatening her civil rights. Guardianship is established when a judge appoints a responsible person or organization – the ‘guardianship’ – to look after another adult who cannot care for himself or manage his or her finances, according to California The court system.
“Reservations restrict a person’s civil liberties, which we of course regard as a primary concern in the ACLU. But then, wills do not necessarily make people safer: they can lead to financial, physical, or emotional abuse,” he writes.
Framing Britney Spears re-highlights old paparazzi videos and interviews in which the media appears to be treating Spears insensitively.