A topless photo of Britney Spears wearing nothing but denim cut-off shorts was posted to her Instagram account on Friday.
After Spears’ boyfriend Sam Asghari commented “I’m sooo lucky” under the photo, it soon went viral. Fan’s thought she was trying to modify her photo’s filter, so she removed it and re-uploaded it later that day.
Paris Hilton, who famously said “That’s hot” in response to Britney Spears’ comments, also offered her support.
Jenni “J Woww” is spelled with a capital “J As a show of approval, Farley added a string of praising hand and fire emojis to her tweet.
As part of her social media campaign, Spears has called out family members she feels aren’t genuinely on her side.
Anyone who criticizes my dance video should be aware that my father is in charge of whatever I wear, say, do, or think!!!! As she wrote in a caustic blog post this weekend, “I’ve been doing this for the last 13 years.” “I don’t like that my sister came up to an awards event and sang MY SONGS to remixes!!” Spears said on Twitter.
Matthew Rosengart is representing Britney Spears in her ongoing conservatorship struggle with her father, Jamie Spears, and others.
Outside the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Los Angeles on Monday, Rosengart said: “My company and I are working aggressively and swiftly to submit a petition to remove Jamie Spears unless he first resigns”.
Britney Spears’ Conservatorship Story
‘I want my life back’, Britney Spears tells a judge in Los Angeles, referring to the “abusive” supervision of her personal and commercial activities.
Since 2008, when she suffered a public mental health crisis, her career has been in the hands of legal guardians in an arrangement known as a conservatorship.
Spears’ estate and other parts of her life were given to him under a court-ordered settlement deal.
The singer has called for her father to be prosecuted with “conservatorship abuse”
#FreeBritney is the name of a grassroots movement of supporters that wants Britney Spears to reclaim her autonomy in her affairs.
Britney Spears’ management team began to feel apprehensive on June 22, 2005. Spears, who is 39, has lived under a conservatorship for the past 13 years. For those who cannot take care of themselves, this arrangement is called a guardianship in most jurisdictions. Four albums have been released under Spears’ conservatorship, and she has conducted a globe tour that made $131 million, as well as a Las Vegas residency for four years. She has been in the care of conservators, including her father, Jamie Spears.
To examine the specifics of the agreement, Spears had requested an open court hearing in April, which was granted. It was scheduled for June 23rd. Her staff, the majority of whom had had little or no direct interaction with her for years, didn’t expect any dramatic changes to emerge from her recent behavior. Spears had asked Jamie to stand down from his duties monitoring her personal life two years ago, due to her health difficulties and strain. Now, the team suspected she would want him to step down as conservator of her financial affairs. In an interview with reporters, several members of the team said that they felt Spears was OK with the conservatorship arrangement, as long as her father wasn’t involved.
What is the conservatorship?
An individual with dementia or other mental disease is placed under a conservatorship, which is granted by a court.
Both her estate and her personal affairs are under Spears’ guardianship. Since 2008, Spears has not been able to control her finances due to this legal arrangement.
On January 1, 2019, Jamie Spears stood down as his daughter’s personal conservator due to health concerns and resigned as conservator of both sections of the conservatorship on January 1, 2019. Britney Spears has demanded that Jodi Montgomery, a care expert, replace him permanently.