Britney Spears Posts Second Topless Picture As Conservatorship Battle Continues
The pop superstar shared the photo yesterday (24 July), showing herself wearing a pair of denim shorts while covering her chest with a combination of her hands and star emojis.
The post came after the 39-year-old shared a similar topless picture on Friday (23 July).
A number of celebrities have commented on the most recent post, including Paris Hilton, Rowan Blanchard and stand-up comedian Whitney Cummings.
Many people have voiced their concerns, with some opining that Britney 'wouldn't post that' herself. Others have told her to change her password and a few have suggested the pictures could have a negative impact on the ongoing court case.
However, most of the comments were full of support and praise, with one reading: "She's feeling FREE and we love to see it!"
Another added: "Who else is terrified that they're going to use these awesome examples of bodily autonomy to claim she's unstable? Because of course a confident woman just HAS to be out of her mind."
A third said: "It's the unapologetic vibes, for me."
At a court hearing in Los Angeles on 23 June, Spears told a judge she wanted her conservatorship ended, describing it as 'abusive' during an emotional testimony.
Spears told the court: "I am not happy, I can't sleep. I'm so angry, it's insane. And I'm depressed.
"My dad and anyone involved in this conservatorship, including my management... they should be in jail.
"The last time I spoke to you [the judge] ... made me feel like I was dead. I am telling you again because I am not lying ... so maybe you can understand the depth and the degree and the damages... I deserve changes."
She added: "I truly believe this conservatorship is abusive.
"I don't feel like I can live a full life."
She addressed the court again on 14 July and called for her father to be removed from his role overseeing her finances.
Spears was deemed unable to look after herself 13 years ago following a series of mental breakdowns.
She now wants the conservatorship terminated and the judge overseeing the case allowed her to choose a new lawyer, potentially opening the door to ending the arrangement.