She recently filed new documents opposing her father’s choice of his co-conservator.
But Britney Spears did not seem concerned about the development on Monday when she released a new dance video to her 26.3 million Instagram followers.
The 38-year-old pop icon showed off her fit figure and her dance moves in the clip, which was set to Madonna’s classic Justify My Love.
Dancing up in a storm: Britney Spears, 38, showed off her stunning fit figure in a playful dance video posted Monday night to her Instagram
Britney filmed herself in her underwear with a black bra highlighting her tight belly.
She showed off her fitted legs in the clip while wearing a matching set of black panties.
Following criticism from some of her followers that her recent videos did not seem as energetic as her previous work, Oops! … I Did It Again singer gyrated her hips and put on a more professional dance that could have fit on stage.
‘Ok … this is my next project “Just a touch of red” …. get it …. RED ROSE ??? Ps much more of RED TO COME … my hair gets a little wilder and my body a little sweatier ❤️ !!! ‘she wrote the caption.
Back in black: Britney showed off her tight belly and toned legs in a black bra and matching panties. She showed more professional features than in recent dance clips
Curious: She referred to ‘Project Rose’ in her caption, which she claims is a photo project that explains her love of rose pictures and the fact that she was wearing clothes 18 different times
Britney’s caption referred to ‘Project Rose’, which she previously teased earlier this month but has not yet explained.
In a video released on September 8, she called it a ‘personal photo project’ and defended herself after wearing the same clothes 18 times that she claimed were part of the project.
The singer often wears clothes with roses, but some members of the #FreeBritney movement have speculated that the roses she often includes on her clothes or in Instagram captions are a coded way of expressing that she is being held hostage by her caretakers.
Slanted: She defended the recycling of the clothes in a video from September 8, saying that fans would eventually see the results. Members of the #FreeBritney movement think it’s a coded cry for help
Although she felt good enough for a private performance, Britney revealed in new court submissions obtained by TMZ that she is done with live performances – at least for the time being.
She announced the revelation as her fight with her father Jamie Spears intensified over her ongoing conservatory.
In her documents, the singer protested against her father’s attempt to bring Andrew Wallet back as co-conservator, a job he held from 2008–2019.
But Father Jamie has retaliated, claiming that Britney’s objections to Wallet’s appointment are inaccurate and requesting a hearing to establish the facts in his own legal documents.
End of the Road: Britney revealed that she will not be performing in the near future and protested against her father Jamie Spears’ plan to reinstall Andrew Wallet as his co-conservator in lawsuits collected by TMZ; shown in 2018
In the documents, Spears says she will not be performing live in the near future, though she does not say whether she will stop in the long run.
However, she says she will have to pay attention to her spending without that cash flow and she expects to make ‘difficult budget choices in the future’.
But the songwriter fears her father is ignoring her need to preserve her funds by bringing Wallet back to work with him as a co-curator.
She said Wallet was ‘uniquely unfit’ to manage his property, a role he earned millions of dollars over the years.
Tightening the belt: Britney says she will have to pay attention to her spending without cash flow from live shows and she expects to make ‘difficult budget choices in the future’
Expensive: This is partly why she does not want Jamie to re-lend Wallet, who earned millions as her co-conservator from 2008–2019, and whom she called ‘uniquely unsuitable’ for the role; shown in 2008
Britney says he was raising nearly half a million dollars a year for the past five years on the job, and he also received a payout of $ 100,000 after resigning in March 2019.
Due to her reduced income without live performance, which is also mostly impossible due to the ongoing pandemic, the toxic singer does not want Wallet to abolish her funds.
She previously suggested that a larger financial institution might be better equipped to serve as a co-conservator with her father rather than his hand-picked collaborator.
Currently, Jamie serves as the sole conservator over Britney’s person and her business relationship.
She has previously tried to remove her father as conservator over her person, but he was left in his position following a lawsuit in August.
Sources spoke to TMZ at the time, saying Britney’s mental state has not been good over the past year and that no documents have yet been filed needed to possibly remove her father.
Bad relationship: Because of her reduced income without live performances, which are also mostly impossible due to the ongoing pandemic, the toxic singer does not want Wallet to abolish her funds; shown with Jamie
Slow progress: Spears is currently trying to remove his father as the sole conservator over his person, though a lawsuit in August ended quietly; shown in 2016
Family feud: Britney’s mother Lynne Spears wants her to have a care plan drawn up that transitions from her conservatory, but Jamie believes Britney needs long-term monitoring; shown in 2012
A worsening of the battle for the singer’s conservatory is a disagreement between her divorced parents.
Her mother Lynne Spears ‘wants a care plan set up that will transfer Britney’s personal life out of the conservatory’, according to Us Weekly, but Jamie believes his daughter needs long-term supervision and is not in a good enough place to ease her conservatory.
Through her recent legal battles, Britney fans have organized themselves as the #FreeBritney movement.
They seek to have her conservatory terminated or diminished, and they believe she is being held hostage by her caretakers.
The pop star has recently tried to repeal legal documents so the public can see them, and her lawyer expressed support for the movement earlier this month.
Upside down: Monday night, Britney shared photos of her doing handstand for her Insta Stories. She wore a pink tank top and gray shorts in two photos, one from her gym and one outside
Although she was involved in legal fights behind the scenes, Britney has put on a hilarious show on Instagram, though some fans are afraid it’s all fake.
Singer – songwriter showed off his impressive figure later Monday night with a series of photos of himself making handstands.
One picture showed her in a pin tank top and gray shorts standing on her hands against the wall of her gymnastics, while another showed her in a similar outfit upside down against a tree.
A third image showed her abdominal muscles and she stretched her legs in the opposite direction from the center of her gym.
Fit figure: A third image showed her abdominal muscles and she stretched her legs in opposite directions from the center of her gym