Britney Spears posted a sizzling nude selfie on her Instagram account following some changes to her conservatorship team.
On Wednesday, Britney shared a photo on Instagram which shows her posing in front of a bathtub with her back and neck tattoos not visible in the shot.
The caption on the photo is three ballet shoe emojis. The talented singer and performer frequently post dance videos, and the emojis likely indicate that she is winding down after a dance session.
Britney posted a follow-up Instagram photo, seemingly a response to the changes to her conservatorship team.
She uploaded a photo that shows an anime drawing of a woman with hair flowers and the following caption: “Our Father who ART in Heaven HALLOWED BE THY NAME !!!! Pssss you better F***ING BELIEVE IT !!!!”
The message caught the attention of Black Eye Peas singer Will I Am, who added the following comment in response.
“I’m Praying that all your dreams come true…!!! You are one of the kindest, sweetest & genuine people on earth!!! Stay strong!!!”
Britney has received a plethora of support from fans, celebrities, and former partners.
Earlier this week, Britney’s longtime manager Larry Rudolph resigned following the singer’s revelation that she reluctantly participated on tour under the threat of being sued.
Furthermore, her lawyer Samuel D. Ingham III, asked to no longer represent her in the latest conservatorship shake-up.
Britney Spears is relieved following conservatorship change-up
Britney Spears’s lawyer stepping down has reportedly inspired a sigh of relief from the singer who has been battling to choose her lawyers to represent her.
According to paperwork filed in court, Samuel D. Ingham III, who has served as Britney’s attorney since her conservatorship began in 2008, will “hereby resigns as court-appointed counsel.”
“She’s finally feeling hopeful about the future,” a source tells E! News. “She thinks people are resigning because they know she is speaking the truth. She is relieved her attorney resigned and hopes that if she can pick her own lawyer, it means the judge is leaning towards terminating the conservatorship.”
Britney Spears’s mother Lynne has also thrown her support around the singer. In a court petition filed this week, Lynne’s lawyers said her daughter must be allowed to “consult with counsel of her choosing.”
Britney’s personal conservator Jodi Montgomery has filed to continue working on the case, reportedly by the singer’s request.
Britney made several shocking allegations during court testimony. Some of her claims include being forced to take lithium medication, go on tour, and refused an IUD removal so that she can have more children.