On Nov. 3, a new documentary called "Britney Spears - Breaking Point" aired in the U.K. that gave viewers a look into what happened during her 2007 breakdown and revealed new details about the night she shaved her head.

According to the Daily Mail, Esther Tognozzi, who owns the salon in Los Angeles where Spears shaved her head in Feb. 2007, revealed that on that night there was a knock at the door that was quickly followed by someone saying "Britney Spears wants to come in." After allowing the "Toxic" singer to enter, she stated that she wanted to shave her head.

Tognozzi reportedly argued with the musician, but temporarily left to answer a call while Spears waited. When she returned, she saw that the "Crossroads" star had gone into the other room and buzzed her hair off herself.

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Additionally, the salon owner also told the Daily Mail that one of the singer's bodyguards opened the blinds so that the paparazzi could get a shot of her shaving her hair off. "I had blinds at the side of the salon back then. I had a sliding glass door and I kept saying: "There's nobody over there, why do you keep opening up the blind?"" 

Continuing, she added that days later she found out that a photographer had been hiding in order to get pictures of the songstress.

Rob Shuter, the former executive editor of U.S. edition of Hello! Magazine also echoed that sentiment by saying that he would not be surprised if they got a "kickback" from "allowing" them to get the pictures.

This certainly was not the only time that undesirable situations followed the pop star. In September, Britney's dad, Jamie Spears, was accused of child abuse by the singer's ex-husband, Kevin Federline. This eventually prompted an investigation, but it was ultimately dropped. USA Today reports that District Attorney Gregory Totten stated there was "insufficient proof that a criminal offense was committed by Mr. Spears."

Britney Spears Britney Spears is pictured on Feb. 11, 2017, in Los Angeles. Photo: Getty Images