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Britney Spears is not a fan of recent films about her life.

On Monday, the pop star shared a lengthy statement on Instagram calling for documentaries exploring her father’s controversial court-ordered guardianship over her estate and the hostile treatment she received from the press as “so hypocritical” because “they criticize the media and then do the same. “

“Damn… I don’t know you all but I’m happy to remind you, even though I’ve had some pretty tough times in my life…” she writes. “I have had more amazing times in my life and unfortunately my friends … I think the world is more interested in the negative ??”

“Why underline the most negative and traumatic moments of my life since always ????” asked Spears, whose comments were posted alongside a video of herself dancing.

Spears also responded directly to claims from her former makeup artist Billy Brasfield about not controlling her own social media accounts, writing, “PSSSS I’m not really talking to Billy B AT ALL, so I’m honestly very confused 😂😂 😂 !!! This is my Instagram !!!! PSSSSS no paparazzi… I didn’t want you and your team to follow me everywhere !!!!

Spears did not name the documentaries she was referring to in her post.

However, the BBC posted “The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship” online over the weekend.

In March, Spears said she was “embarrassed” by the way she was portrayed in “Framing Britney Spears,” produced by The New York Times, released in February.

“I didn’t watch the documentary but from what I saw I was embarrassed by the light they put me in,” the pop star wrote on Instagram at the time. “I cried for two weeks and finally… I still cry sometimes.

A Netflix documentary on Spears is also in the works.

Spears will speak in court next month about the Guardianship, which she has been under Guardianship for since 2008 after a series of public incidents that culminated with her head being shaved in front of paparazzi photographers.

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