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Britney Spears documentary: Here’s what doctors say about the singer’s mental health


TMZ Investigates: Britney Spears: The Price of Freedom, an Hour-Long Documentary Finally Claims The life of the 41-year-old “Womanizer” singer will be featured in the documentary, which premieres on Fox Monday, May 15.

Here is what will be included in the documentary about the life story of the pop singer:

A year and a half after the end of the 13-year regency. Among the topics discussed in the documentary are 29-year-old Sam Ashgari’s marriage, an unsuccessful intervention, and her loved ones’ concern for her health and safety. Information about her unhappy marriage, her separation from her family, her troubling behavior, her unsuccessful intervention, and how she remained a constant presence in the music business.

Since the preservation period expired, Britney Spears is free, but there are serious issues,” Levine says at the start of the movie. Even TMZ’s executive producer Charles Lattiboudiere, one of the show’s hosts, was heard telling people to “keep the knives away from her,” and Dr. Drew, the TV doctor, was heard saying, “I’m freaking out.” amazing!

Britney Spears’ mental health problem:

According to TMZ, she sometimes consumes so much caffeine that she can stay alert for three days at a time. According to Dr. Drew, people with mental disorders often have this “particularly unhealthy” habit because they want to feel the high that these drinks provide.

According to the teaser, the “Piece of Me” singer still has “hope” for her future career, which also indicates that she “may still be in the top five.” We can’t wait to hear more encouraging and uplifting things about the mother of two.

Britney Spears has made headlines for her mental health issues; However, as Dr. Drew points out, “beneath it is a good lady and a wonderful performer who is trying to rebuild her life.”

Medical experts who will be part of the documentary series

Drew, Dr. Charles Sophie and others appear in the documentary, which premiered Monday night and examines Britney’s life in the year-and-a-half since her conservatorship ended.

Dr. Drew makes it easy and normal for people like Britney to downplay the need for help, and it’s also normal and acceptable for people to get stuck trying to find their way. Dr. Sophie agrees, noting that Britney feels “helpless” and her behavior is a cry for help.

TMZ Investigations: “Britney Spears: The Price of Freedom” premieres on FOX Mondays at 9 p.m. ET.

Also read: What is the Britney Spears documentary? Here is where you can view it

Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.