Netflix updates text in Britney vs Spears documentary

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Netflix has updated the text at the end of its Britney vs Spears documentary after the controversial guardianship she was under was terminated.

The streaming service released the documentary on 28 September, a day before the 41-year-old headed back to court for the last stretch to end her conservatorship, which began in 2008.

In the documentary directed by Director Erin Lee Carr (How To Fix a Drug Scandal, Dirty Money), she and journalist Jenny Eliscu delve into the tangled weave of the conservatorship. It features years-long investigative work, exclusive interviews and never-before-seen documents.

READ MORE | Britney vs Spears: The biggest bombshells about the singer's controversial conservatorship

Earlier this month, a Los Angeles judge terminated the controversial guardianship that has controlled Britney's life for the past 13 years, handing back her freedom along with control of a multi-million-dollar estate.

On Tuesday, Netflix tweeted that it updated the text reflecting that Britney is now finally free.

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