Another Britney Spears documentary is on the way, and this time, the filmmakers are taking a closer look at those within the pop star’s team and inner circle.
A new trailer for Netflix and Story Syndicate Production‘s Britney vs Spears offers a deeper look at the pop star’s conservatorship in recent years, as well as alludes to her family’s involvement in how her legal arrangement came to be—her father, Jamie Spears and her mother, Lynne Spears, are prominently featured.
The Erin Lee Carr directed film also teases revealing uncovered court documents and interviews with those who met with and evaluated Britney during her ongoing conservatorship over the years. The minute-and-a-half clip is voiced over by bits and pieces of Britney’s emotional court testimony from earlier this summer, when the singer spoke out in a Los Angeles court about the emotional turmoil the 13-year-long legal arrangement has caused her.
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Since that court appearance, Britney has accused her father, who is also her head conservator, of conservatorship abuse and seen multiple longtime members of her management and legal team resign. In August, Jamie Spears agreed to step down as her conservator and, a month later, officially filed to terminate his daughter’s conservatorship.
Netflix’s take on Britney’s conservatorship battle comes after Hulu and The New York Times released Framing Britney Spears earlier this year. Since the documentary’s release, public attention (and outrage) surrounding the pop star’s conservatorship heightened and brought global attention to the long-brewing #FreeBritney movement.
Britney vs Spears premieres on September 28 on Netflix, the day before her next highly anticipated court appearance, per Variety.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.