Posted: 12:47 GMT, March 2, 2021 | Update: 13:13 GMT, March 2, 2021

Britney Spears fans shared their outrage after Channel Nine aired an explosive documentary on Tuesday about the American pop star’s rise to fame and fortune

The documentary was directed by Samantha Stark and focuses on the court-sanctioned singer’s guardianship overseen by her father, Jamie Spears

Australians watching from home quickly flocked to their social media to show their love and support for the iconic singer

#FreeBritney: Fans showed their love and support for singer Britney Spears, 39 (pictured) after her ‘heartbreaking’ and ‘revealing’ documentary aired Tuesday on Channel Nine

“ The #FramingBritneySpears documentary is so disturbing, the way she was treated by the paparazzi and the media was disgusting, ” one fan tweeted

“It’s heartbreaking to see how a growing up person has been treated this way in public,” commented for a second

Another viewer said the documentary was ‘revealing’, while a fourth thanked Channel Nine for showing the documentary Down Under

Heartbreaking: Australian fans watching from home quickly flocked to their social media to show their love and support for the iconic singer

Grief: “It is heartbreaking to see how a growing up person has been treated this way in public,” commented a viewer

The Free Britney movement has seen fans press for the pop star to be released from her tutelage, which has been in place since 2008

His main curator is his father, Jamie Spears, who controls his business affairs due to concerns for his mental health

Coaching Britney Spears follows the 39-year-old star’s rise – from infancy to her first record deal

Her voice is missing: Framing Britney Spears examines much of singer Toxic’s life in the spotlight, from her early days as a child performer to her current status as a semi-retired

The documentary premiered in the US last month – on FX and Hulu screens

Since their release, the filmmakers have expressed their desire to make a sequel because they have “ so much ” more material to work on

NYT Editor-in-Chief Liz Day expressed interest in a re-examination of Britney’s case, as she spoke to The Hollywood Reporter, alongside executive producer Mary Robertson

She said: ‘I think we would love, there was so much that we had to leave on the cutting room floor and in our notebooks just for the time

‘And since the documentary was released, we have obtained a lot of information that is also of interest to us and that we want to deepen and report on further’

Resurgence: The Free Britney movement has accelerated in recent weeks following the release of the new documentary The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears

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