BREAKING: Freed Britney Spears Poses For Naked Pics After Conservatorship Victory
A recently freed Britney Spears took to social media and posted nude photos on Thursday, one day after a judge suspended her father, Jamie Spears, from the conservatorship that granted him an extreme amount of control over her life. Spear’s conservatorship involved the continuous seizing of millions of dollars earned by her own performances, required consultations before making any kind of major financial decisions, and even forbade her from removing an IUD birth control device that was stopping both herself and fiancé from having their desired child.
The pop star posted her photos on Instagram with the caption, “Playing in the Pacific never hurt anybody ???????????? !!!! Pssss no photo edits … the tub curves ???????????????? !!!”
Spears posted the photo while she appears to be enjoying a relaxing beach vacation following a recent court decision that is now granting her rights back.
The long time singer & dancer reportedly burst into tears following the ruling, a source reportedly told Page Six that “for the longest time, she had begun to think that she would never see the day that her father’s domineering control over every single aspect of her life would end, but it finally happened.”
The insider added, “She’s in shock and at a loss for words but literally jumping for joy. She hasn’t felt joy like this in 13 years.”
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny stated that it was in Britney’s “best interest” to suspend Jamie, 69, from the highly restrictive legal arrangement that he established in 2008.
“The current situation is untenable,” she said after hearing arguments from both sides. “It reflects a toxic environment which requires the suspension of James Spears.”
After hearing the good news break, Britney’s fiancé, Sam Asghari, took to Instagram to congratulate her fans on their efforts to ultimately liberate the pop icon.
“FREE BRITNEY!” the model/actor, 27, wrote on his Story, later saying, “She did this. Her fan base is called the Army for a reason.”