The 39-year-old pop star was pictured from behind and the camera was held high enough to avoid violating Instagram’s
Her post, which she cryptically captioned with just three emoji of pointe shoes, comes amid her battle over her conservatorship.
Smoldering: Britney Spears posted a sizzling nude shot this Thursday that showed her sitting on the rim of her bathtub
On Thursday Britney also swung by her Instagram to re-post an entertaining video of Jamie Foxx wearing a summery floral caftan.
During the clip Jamie told a funny story about wearing the outfit to the Zara at Los Angeles’ famous outdoor shopping mall The Grove.
He quipped that he bought nothing and ‘just did lunges – I just came through that b**** like this,’ he said before demonstrating.
‘Sorry but @zara is where I do a lot of my shopping and I saw this the day I got back from the mall !!!’ gushed Britney in her caption.
‘Comfortable’: On Thursday Britney also swung by her Instagram to re-post an entertaining video of Jamie Foxx wearing a summery floral caftan
‘I swear to God all want to do every time I go in there is run around the cash register waiting in line … so OF COURSE @iamjamiefoxx feels the same way with this lunges !!!!! PS holy crap he’s funny !!!!’
Her latest posts come after her mother wrote
In a court filing on Wednesday that was obtained by DailyMail.com, Lynne Spears asks Judge Brenda Penny to ‘listen to the wishes of her daughter’.
Her attorney wrote: ‘On June 23, 2021 in very courageous showing, Conservatee [Britney] appeared by phone and spoke for almost twenty—five minutes, baring her heart to the Court in an impassioned plea to be heard on several requests.
What a tale: During the clip Jamie told a funny story about wearing the outfit to the Zara at Los Angeles’ famous outdoor shopping mall The Grove
Off he goes: He quipped that he bought nothing and ‘just did lunges – I just came through that b**** like this,’ he said before demonstrating
‘Petitioner Lynne Spears, interested party and mother of the Conservatee, hereby petitions this Court to listen to the wishes of her daughter, and as first step, respectfully requests an Order granting permission to the Conservatee to hire her own private legal counsel.’
Lynne’s attorney goes on to say Britney has ‘quite literally earned hundreds of millions of dollars’ as a celebrity and can care for herself.
‘It is beyond dispute that this is a unique conservatorship. In the original petition for appointment, her given address was the UCLA Medical Center.
‘That was over 13 years ago.
In a court filing on Wednesday that was obtained by DailyMail.com, Lynne Spears asks Judge Brenda Penny to ‘listen to the wishes of her daughter’. The pair are shown in 2000
Lynne’s petition tot he judge on Wednesday asking for Britney to be able to appoint her own attorney
‘Now and for the past many years, she is able to care for her person and in fact has, inside the parameters of this conservatorship, earned literally hundreds of millions of dollars as an international celerity.
‘She should no longer be held to the same standard,’ Lynne’s attorney wrote.
In a separate filing, Jodi Montgomery, the co-conservator in charge of Britney’s ‘person’ – meaning she makes her medical decisions – asked the court to approve payment for her to get security, claiming she’s been getting death threats.
She insists that Britney wants her to remain in charge of her person and even submitted a text which she says Britney sent her after testifying before the court.
DailyMail.com understands that the texts were sent on July 2, a week after Britney told the court she wanted to make her own decisions.
Montgomery will not speak publicly about the discrepancy between what Britney told the court, and what she says she has told her privately.
Her attorney also won’t comment on whether or not she intends to help her end the conservatorship.
Britney’s father Jamie, pictured recently, is refusing to step down and remains in control of her finances
They read: ‘I need u to stay as my co conservator of person. I’m asking u for ur assistance in getting a new attorney. Thank u for ur help.’
In her filing, Montgomery asks the court to tell Jamie Spears to pay for her extra security which will cost $25,480-a-fortnight.
‘Since the hearing, which was illegally broadcasted and replayed to an incredibly wide audience, there has been a marked increase in the number and severity of threatening posts about Petitioner on all social media platforms as well as text messages, phone calls, and emails directed to [her] personally.
‘Many of the messages threaten violence against her. She has forwarded these communications to the security company retained by the Conservator of the Estate.
‘Security has determined the security risk to be serious enough to recommend that 24/7 physical security be provided to Petitioner on an interim basis in order to protect her from harm and until she can make certain security improvements at her home and office residence.
‘Security has been at her home being conditionally paid for by the Estate because it is cost-prohibitive for the Petitioner to bear the cost of it personally.’
She insists that despite what Britney claimed in court, she still wants Montgomery to stay on.
A representative for Montgomery refused to comment on why Britney told her one thing in private and said another in open court.
The next court hearing is on July 14.
TIMELINE OF BRITNEY’S COMPLEX CONSERVATORSHIP AND HOW IT BEGAN
Britney with her father, brother and mother in 2006. Her parents separated
2002: Jamie Spears and Lynne Spears divorce.
Britney breaks up with Justin Timberlake around the same time
2004: Britney marries Kevin Federline
2007: Britney, struggling through a custody battle and split with Kevin, shaves her head and attacks a paparazzo’s car
2008: Jamie Spears files for conservatorship of Britney, claiming she is not legally well enough to make her own decisions
Britney in 2008 for a custody hearing as part of her split with Kevin Federline. Jamie Spears in court in 2008 getting the conservatorship
2009-2019: QUIET CONSERVATORSHIP YEARS
The conservatorship – which had been temporary – is extended every year.
In court papers, Jamie’s attorneys describe how she is making more money
January 2019: THE ARRANGEMENT STARTS TO CRUMBLE
Britney in 2019, in the grips of the conservatorship, in Las Vegas at her residency
Britney announces an ‘indefinite’ work hiatus and cancels her lucrative Las Vegas residency.
Jamie files paperwork asking for the conservatorship to be extended beyond California, to apply in Hawaii, Louisiana and Florida as well
He steps down as her primary conservator after allegations he abused one of her sons but is still listed as one of those in charge
Early 2020: Britney, Jamie and Jamie-Lynne are in Louisiana together for two weeks.
The #FreeBritney movement is picking up.
His attorneys claim everyone is happy together and enjoying spending time together in quarantine.
November 2020: Britney’s attorneys claim in papers that she’s afraid of her father and they ask for Bessemer Trust to be put in charge.
Her fans start speculating over her cryptic Instagram posts and videos that she wants a way out.
December 2020: The conservatorship is extended until September 2021
February 5 2021: Framing Britney Spears debuts on Hulu
The conservatorship that Britney was put under is ordinarily used in situations where older, perhaps senile people, can no longer look after their own affairs.
Fans are concerned for her well-being and want her to be released from the control of her father, Jamie, who can still legally make decisions on her behalf
It gives control over to an appointed conservator for the best interest of the recipient but in most cases, the recipient is not healthy enough to make their own money, unlike Britney who makes millions. Under the rules of the probate conservatorship, Jamie now has equal control over her estate to a third party and an attorney, Andrew Wallet. Wallet derives a salary of $426,000 a year from Britney’s estate.
He, Jamie and the third party who was brought on recently can make deals on her behalf and restrict her visitors.
JUNE 23, 2021 – BRITNEY SPEAKS OUT IN COURT
Britney and her boyfriend Sam Asghari are in Hawaii together now with her kids
In emotional testimony, Britney told the court that she had suffered psychologically for years as a result of the conservatorship which she said was so restrictive, she wasn’t allowed to remove her IUD birth control
JUNE 30 – JUDGE DENIES BRITNEY’S REQUEST TO REMOVE JAMIE
Judge Brenda Penny, responding to Britney’s November 2020 request, refuses to remove Jamie from the agreement.
She doesn’t say why but she does invite her attorney to file paperwork to end it, which he doesn’t.
JULY 1 – BESSEMER TRUST RESIGNS AFTER BEING PUT IN CHARGE WITH JAMIE
A day after the judge’s ruling, Bessemer Trust, which had been brought on, resigned, saying they were never aware that Britney wanted to end the conservatorship.
In a court filing, the company’s attorneys said: ‘We heard her and respect her wishes.’
JULY 5 – BRITNEY’S LONG-TIME MANAGER RESIGNS
Larry Rudolph wrote a letter to Jamie and the conservatorship to say he was no longer needed since Britney wanted to retire.
He said he hadn’t spoken to her for two years but had been told by others that she wanted to step down.
JULY 6 – BRITNEY’S ATTORNEY STEPS DOWN
Sam Ingham, the attorney appointed to represent Britney in 2008, steps down after failing to file paperwork to terminate the conservatorship, despite her pleas.
JULY 14 – NEXT COURT HEARING