BRITNEY Spears were left shocked last night when Perez Hilton came out in favour for her conservatorship.
Bafta-winning journalist Mobeen Azhar investigated the the 39-year-old’s life for the past 13 years in The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship.
In the BBC doc – the latest of several about Britney – viewers learnt how the pop princess lost her privacy and then her freedom.
It lay out how her dad had been allowed to take control of her finances and much of her life.
The documentary explained how Britney was never in control from a young age. Her on-screen work started at just ten years old, with her first record deal at fifteen.
However, celebrity blogger Perez gave a very different opinion on the controversy.
Speaking to journalist Mobeen, Perez said: “If she didn’t have a conservatorship in place, I would be concerned that Britney would be dead, truly.
“There are certain things that I don’t agree with though.
“For example, Britney recently was petitioning the court to have her father removed as her conservator, that should absolutely be her right.”
“OK, if she’s under this conservatorship because she needs to, why should her dad be the one calling the shots and making money off of it?”
Elsewhere, her past teacher described her as: “A young girl in a goldfish bowl.”
Perez also opened up about getting death threats from fans for being in favour for the conservatorship.
Some fans have built a movement to ‘free’ Britney insisting didn’t have any civil rights or human rights.
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Britney is set to speak about her “conservatorship” for the first time in court in June.
It is thought the pop star wants to stop her father from having control over her personal affairs.
The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship is available to stream on BBC iPlayer.