BRITNEY Spears was said to "overmedicated" to the point that she was unable to "speak clearly."
The spotlight has remained on the star due to numerous documentaries that have been released about her – so much so that Britney herself recently spoke out against them.
Dr. Charles Sophy, a psychiatrist, revealed that "around 8 or 10 months ago" he was approached by someone on Britney's team and asked to evaluate her medication.
The doctor claimed there was a concern that the performer was being "excessively pumped full of drugs" and wasn't able to even "speak clearly."
The focus has stayed on the 39-year-old as various docs about her struggle have been released, including the recent Hulu feature, Controlling Britney Spears.
Just recently, Britney took to Instagram to call out some of the information that has been pushed out about her in some of these docs.
She said: "It's really crazy guys … I watched a little bit of the last documentary and I hate to inform you but a lot of what you heard is not true!!!
“I really try to disassociate myself from the drama!!!”
She continued: “Number one … that's the past!!! Number two … can the dialogue get any classier??? Number three … wow they used the most beautiful footage of me in the world!!!
“What can I say .. the EFFORT on their part!!!”
She then promoted her personal photo project, Project Rose, where she explained that, "none of my pictures or posts are more than a month old."
BRIT SECRETLY RECORDED?
In the latest doc, Alex Vlasov, a former employee of Black Box Security, claimed the company had access to the singer's text messages, phone calls, and emails through a "listening device" installed in her bedroom.
Alex explained that he was asked to encrypt some of the singer's text conversations to send to her father, Jamie Spears, along with an employee of a business management firm he had hired.
The move was allegedly for the artist's "own security and protection" to which Alex was told that her attorney as well as the court overseeing her conservatorship was "aware of it."
Jamie will now be "seriously investigated for secretly recording" Britney and may "face jail time," The Sun exclusively revealed.
Meanwhile, in Netflix's documentary Britney Vs Spears, the pop star's ex Adnan Ghalib claimed she once stayed up for three days straight on prescription drugs.
The mom of two had been living under her dad's power, the sole conservator of her estate, since 2008.
Jamie had been in control of her most important life decisions, from financial transactions to medical care, in what the hitmaker branded an "abusive" conservatorship.
However, her father stepped down from his role as her conservator after he allegedly became the "target of unjustified attacks."
Her next court appearance is set for Wednesday, September 29.
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