Britney Spears posts multiple nude pictures to Instagram after conservatorship victory

Britney Spears posts multiple nude pictures to Instagram after conservatorship victory

Britney Spears has celebrated her father’s removal from her conservatorship by sharing nude pictures of herself on Instagram.

The singer shared ten snaps taken on a tropical getaway with her 34.4 million followers on Instagram, with only pink flower emojis protecting her modesty.

She shared the pictures with the caption: “Playing in the Pacific never hurt anybody.”

The post has received 2.4 million likes and thousands of comments at the time of publishing. Her fiancé, 27-year-old actor and fitness expert Sam Asghari, commented “#freethenipple” along with a laughing emoji.

Socialite Paris Hilton also commented, writing: “Love seeing you so happy and free! You deserve it! Love you B.”

In reference to the #FreeBritney movement, one fan wrote: “Literally free Britney.”

Another fan said: “Mommy start an OnlyFans that would make the internet literally explode.”

In a separate post from her holiday, she shared a video that showed clips of her and Asghari laughing together on a boat before cutting to clips of her posing topless on a beach.

In another video posted last night showing the crystal-clear ocean as she was on a boat trip, she wrote: “Having the time of my life here” along with winking emojis.

Spears was celebrating with her fiancé after her father was suspended from his role of overseeing her estate, an arrangement the pop superstar called “abusive”.

Her father will now hand over his daughter’s paperwork to an accountant who will manage her $60 million (£45 million) estate until December 31. Jodi Montgomery remains conservator of Spears’ personal affairs.

The removal of her father from the conservatorship marks a significant milestone for the singer after the arrangement was under the spotlight for much of this year following emotional testimonies from Spears and the release of the Framing Britney Spears documentary.

Yesterday she told her fans on Instagram that she was “on cloud 9”.

Fans worldwide, including those involved in the #FreeBritney movement, celebrated their idol’s legal victory over her father.

A hearing to discuss the termination of the conservatorship was set for November 12.

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