BRITNEY Spears wants to make a TV show created from her journal entries, a source exclusively told The Sun.
The singer, 39, started writing scripts in December and would love to work behind the scenes for the project rather than be in front of the camera, the insider added.
It comes in the midst of Britney's conservatorship battle against her dad, Jamie, who has controlled her financial and personal assets and estate since 2008, after she had a public meltdown.
"This has been a rough time for Britney because she truly believes she deserves to have control of her own money," a source told The Sun.
"She can't seem to come to terms with the fact that it isn't going to happen anytime soon.
"While she fights her autonomy, she's been keeping herself busy with new projects at home.
"Right now she's taken to writing and she keeps a journal.
"At first, she planned for a book and now wants to use those entries as a script for a TV show.
"She has talked about producing her own TV show, but this time she'd love to be behind the cameras.
"She says she's been in front of the cameras enough in her life and wants to work behind the scenes."
The source added that any project would have to have the approval of her dad Jamie.
It comes after the release of documentary Framing Britney Spears, which shed light on her mental breakdown, her 13-year conservatorship and the #FreeBritney movement.
Britney has made several attempts to end the conservatorship, but they have been rejected.
In November, a court rejected Britney's bid to have her father removed as conservator of her estate.
Last week, an LA judge ruled that her dad will no longer have sole control of her multi-million dollar fortune.
Lawyers for Britney have said in the past that she will never perform again if her dad remains in charge of her career.
However, the source said that Britney would love to work on some music in the near future.
"Britney's spoken of never going back to making music until she finally has control of her conservatorship but she's admitted to those closest to her she'd actually love to work on some music in the near future," the source said.
"Britney said she left her Vegas residency because of her dad's health, but according to her team the main reason was she needed to focus on her own health and that is what she is doing.
"In other words, despite her fans' belief that her father is keeping their idol from performing, the conservatorship is unrelated to her absence from music.
"She is talented and has always loved performing and singing but she's just unable to handle her mental health on her own. She will sing again soon, but right now she needs family support and the conservatorship to survive."
It comes as The Sun revealed how Justin Timberlake's public apology to Britney meant little to her and she had no plans to rekindle their friendship.
The Sun reached out to a representative for Britney for comment.
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