Britney Spears conservatorship could be fraudulent due to her mental health

Britney Spears fans are convinced the global star's conservatorship is fraudulent as they believe it wasn't created to help the singer in the first place.

The BBC documentary, The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship is fronted by BAFTA award-winning journalist Mobeen Azhar.

During the eye-opening programme, he explores some astounding claims surrounding Britney's controversial conservatorship that the 39-year-old singer has been under for the past 13 years.

Mobeen meets Leanne, Kevin and Megan, who are leaders of the Free Britney movement.

They told the journalist that "if the conservatorship is due to mental health issues, they shouldn't be able to make money from it".

They explained: "I think it's important to understand the difference between a probate conservatorship and a mental health conservatorship.

"A mental health conservatorship doesn't allow the option for anyone to make any money off of it.

"So, the probate conservatorship was chosen for a reason, and that rationale just kind of adds to the case against it being fraudulent."

Mobeen was told by numerous sources there is allegedly mega-money involved in the conservatorship, so it seems it can't have been created to help Britney after her public mental health struggles.

He also spoke to makeup artist Billy Brasfield, better known as "Billy B", who is a close friend of Britney.

When the journalist asked Billy about the theory that the conservatorship was created due to Britney being "unwell" and needing "protection", he said that was untrue.

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Billy said: "Well that's not true. It's important to point out that there is an army of attorneys on the conservatorship side working against Britney, that her money is paying for."

He said: "Britney wants the most normal things. It's funny because I know that probably what everyone wants to hear is this super complex thing. She wants to be able to drive her car when she wants to."

The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship is available on BBC iPlayer Saturday 1st May.

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