Britney Spears claims 'a lot' of new documentary is 'not true'


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She’s a slave 4 the truth.

Britney Spears claimed Monday that “a lot” of what was shown in the New York Times documentary “Controlling Britney Spears” is “not true.”

But the 39-year-old pop singer did not clarify which parts of the scathing exposé were false when she addressed the documentary, released Friday, on Instagram.

“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 !!!,” she wrote in the lengthy caption of a video of her dressed in white and posing for the camera.

However, Spears did point out that she was not thrilled with how she was portrayed, visually at least, in the doc, writing sarcastically, “wow they used the most beautiful footage of me in the world.”

The “Slave 4 U” singer’s post comes hours after her lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, told the Los Angeles Superior Court that the allegations Jamie Spears had security secretly record his daughter’s private conversations in her bedroom were “horrifying.”

“Specifically, the Times reported that [Jamie] and others ‘ran an intense surveillance apparatus that monitored [Ms. Spears’s] communications’ and also evidently captured attorney-client communications with her prior lawyer … a sacrosanct part of the legal system,” the attorney told the court.

The alleged recordings included Spears’ conversations with her boyfriends and her underage children — Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15.

Following the allegations, Kevin Federline’s lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan, pointed out that not only would the father of Britney’s two boys be “upset” if their grandfather was recording their conversations with their mother, doing so is actually a felony in California.

Both boys are underage and unable to give permission to be recorded.