'Crossroads' Director Gets Honest About What She Saw Between Britney And Jamie Spears Years Before The Conservatorship
Britney Spears’ tell-all memoir "The Woman in Me" is out now, and it seems to be full of bombshell revelations to add to what she’s said over the years about ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake and allegations she’s made against her family. The pop sensation also talks about "Crossroads" — her lone big-screen starring role — and her difficult experience with “method acting,” and now the director of the film has spoken out about what she saw between Britney and her father Jamie Spears years before he became in charge of her conservatorship. The “Oops!... I Did It Again” singer has had plenty to say about Jamie Spears and how she was treated for the 13 years she was under his conservatorship. In addition to not being able to drive a car, drink alcohol or perform new music, Britney has compared her father’s treatment of her to “sex trafficking,” saying she was made to work seven days a week and change clothes in front of people. Tamra Davis, who directed "Crossroads," told Page Six that she saw trouble between the two back when they filmed the 2002 movie.