Britney Spears' Crossroads costar Taryn Manning says singer's 'under a type of control that’s unfair' but is 'strong AF'

Britney Spears' Crossroads costar Taryn Manning says singer's 'under a type of control that’s unfair' but is 'strong AF'

July 18, 2020

BRITNEY Spears is "under a type of control that's unfair," according to her Crossroads co-star.

Taryn Manning, 41, made the claim as she shared a Flashback Friday image with the singer, from the 2002 road comedy.

The actress, who plays Tiffany "Pennsatucky" Doggett in Orange Is The New Black, posted the nostalgic picture to her Instagram.

She captioned: "Such a wonderful time with this crew! #retro #crossroads."

"Britney I know you’re strong af and have your own brain and thought process," she continued. "To me you look happy and like you’re having a blast!"

She added: "Keep up the happy posts and your faith in Jesus Christ. How about instead of #freebritney we say #GodIsWatchingOverBritney," referring to the Twitter tag which had been trending.

Taryn went on to comment on Britney's conservator arrangements.

She wrote: "How about let’s give this wonderful woman the dignity she deserves and earned ✝️ Until you know the facts stop speculating and perpetuating the father of lies.

"We all know she’s under a type of control that’s unfair and things will be fixed. Have faith. Wish her well! Send good vibes of no fear! Please! ✝️❤️ #alldarknesscomestolight."

It comes after Britney's conservatorship was recently extended after 12 years, sparking outrage from fans and the hashtag FreeBritney.





It was implemented in 2008 after the singer's series of public mental breakdowns.

Her conservatorship prevents her from controlling her life or having any access to her million-dollar fortune.

Fans of Britney Spears say the 38-year-old superstar is being manipulated and controlled under the grounds of her conservatorship.

Britney currently has no legal control over her estate or financial and personal assets — those rights were granted to her father and a lawyer 12 years ago.


Her father no longer has conservatorship, citing his ill health, and her affairs are run by temporary conservator, Jodi Montgomery.

The singer's mother filed a legal request this week to be included in financial decisions affecting her daughter.

Under the conservatorship, Spears cannot drive a car, vote, get married, have children, spend her own money, speak publicly about the conservatorship and more, according to Diet Prada.

Britney is said to be worth $59million.

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