Britney Spears clutches her breasts as she goes TOPLESS in daisy duke shorts… amid sordid conservatorship battle against her father
Britney Spears chose to bare it all in a Friday afternoon social media post.
The 39-year-old super star went topless and pushed her breasts together while wearing unbuttoned daisy duke shorts from the privacy of her backyard.
Recently ramping things up on social media, she has begun to boldly air her grievances with family members as public outrage amid her ongoing conservatorship battle wages on.
Heating things up: Britney Spears, 39, clutches her breasts in a new topless snap as her 13-year conservatorship battle wages on
The Toxic singer showed off her toned body in tiny jean shorts which were unbuttoned and rolled once to reveal more of her midriff.
She seductively gazed at the camera while handling her assets and left her blonde tresses down while wearing heavy eye makeup.
The white shirt she seemed to remove ahead of the snap was seen thrown on the floor and she was shaded by a rather large tree, and she captioned the image with a simple ‘plant’ emoji.
Earlier in the day Spears had posted a video dancing in a bikini while her body was covered in henna tattoos — which were noticeably absent in the snap.
Bikini snap: Earlier in the day Spears had posted a video dancing in a bikini while her body was covered in henna tattoos
Self-directed: ‘no professional lighting or camera equipment … just me playing around doing my thing,’ she wrote in her caption
‘I got henna tattoos again and put this video together in 2 hours … no professional lighting or camera equipment … just me playing around doing my thing,’ her caption said.
Scoring a big win in court on July 14, Britney was granted the right to replace lawyer Samuel Ingham III with Mathew Rosengart who she had hand selected herself.
She continued to maintain that she wanted to ‘charge’ her dad Jamie Spears with conversatorship abuse, which Rosengart echoed to Judge Brenda Penny.
‘He purports to love his daughter, and his daughter has repeatedly asked him to step down. So I’m going to give him the opportunity right now to voluntarily resign,’ Rosengart said.
Positive outlook: On Thursday July 22 the Circus singer danced to the song Pumped Up Kicks and spoke about the thrill of driving on her own again
Airing her thoughts out: In a lengthy caption she touched on buying new tennis shoes, driving on her own again and also expressed hopes and dreams for the future of going to St. Tropez with Cher and getting abs like Jennifer Lopez
Despite an uphill battle, Spears has chosen to focus on the positive things after lambasting her sister Jamie Lynn Spears and other members of her family on social media for posting in support of her to ‘save face.’
On Thursday July 22, the Circus singer danced to the song Pumped Up Kicks and spoke about the thrill of driving on her own again — one of many basic freedoms she has been denied amid her father’s control over her.
‘It’s been a while since I drove alone and well let’s just say it’s a DIFFERENT BALLGAME cause I’m not sure this stadium is gonna be anywhere near America !!!!,’ she said in an excerpt from her lengthy caption.
Making promises: ‘When #FreeBritney is FINALLY FREE, I’m Taking her to San Tropez & We’ll Eat Ice Cream To Her Hearts Content,’ the singer tweeted on Friday
Iconic: ‘Maybe I’ll just be nice and plant here and keep my dreams alive by thinking about visiting St. Tropez with @cher and eating ice cream … She was one of my favorite singers as a kid and I loved to dress up as her,’ Spears wrote; pictured 2020
Spears also expressed that she was clinging onto ways to keep her ‘dreams alive’ by imagining a trip to St. Tropez and ‘eating ice cream’ with Cher and trying to get a six pack like Jennifer Lopez.
She also likened herself to Cinderella as she said: ‘By the way I do intend on going to the ball after I clean my house.’
Cher answered her plea via Twitter on Friday afternoon as she wrote: ‘When #FreeBritney is FINALLY FREE, I’m Taking her to San Tropez & We’ll Eat Ice Cream To Her Hearts Content.’
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