BRITNEY Spears said she “doesn’t care what people think” in a new video as her posts “could be used in conservatorship battle.”
The pop star’s naked Instagram pictures and wild rants “could be used against her” in the conservatorship case against dad Jamie, an attorney told The Sun.
Britney, 39, took to social media yet again to clap back at trolls questioning her risky posts in which she called herself the “queen of posting.”
This time, she shared a video of herself twirling and dancing in her home while sporting black shorts and a red crop top.
The Oops I Did It Again singer looked directly at the camera as she flipped her hair and showed off her moves.
In the caption, the star defended the content she’s shared writing: “This was shot in April !!!! I’m spinning yet again 💃🏼💃🏼💃🏼 … why ????? BECAUSE I CAN … and I will be for a very long time !!!!”
She then went on to claim that she’s starring in an upcoming Tim Burton film before admitting that there is no movie in the works.
“I’m playing the lead in the new Tinker Bell 🔔 movie … since Tim Burton is directing it, he’s coming over today to have tea 🍵… a lot of imaginative PLOTS 🧚🏻♀️🧚🏻♀️🧚🏻♀️ !!! Can you imagine ??? Just kidding 😜🙊 but it was a nice thought and shit … you never know right ??? I’m excited either way !!!!”
The rant continued with the Grammy-award winner explaining the reasoning behind her posts.
“Explaining myself as to why I’m the queen of posting would get exhausting so I’ll just be honest and say … it’s because I like to SHARE !!!! Sharing is caring ….. and lots of times that can be daring !!!!!
“I mean do I dare post again today ???? DO I REALLY CARE what people think 🤷🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️ ??!! Enjoy your beautiful Wednesday folks cause it’s a hot one ☀️☀️☀️ !!!!!,” she concluded.
HURTING HER CASE
However, her outbursts may be doing more harm than good as she continues to fight for her freedom in the tumultuous court battle.
High-profile Los Angeles attorney Benazeer “Benny” Roshan spoke to The Sun about the singer’s legal matters and said Britney’s much talked-about social media presence is permissible in court.
“To the extent that her page is a public forum where information is available, I think absolutely someone can use that in court however they want to,” she said.
However, the legal expert insisted that if Jamie Spears goes down that path, it might not be a “good move.”
“When you’re in court, you’re under oath but when you’re on social media, there’s an entertainment value.
“But there are other ways of evaluating someone’s capacity, like with testimony’s,” she added of Britney’s powerful words she made at the past two court hearings.
She continued: “You can’t stretch social media posts to create a case against terminating the conservatorship.
“I think that would be a desperate stretch. If he gets to that point where he’s grasping at straws so much, he’s not handling things well or gracefully.”
Benny also explained why it’s surprising Jamie, 69, was even placed as his daughter’s conservator back in 2008 given he filed for bankruptcy in 1998.
“It raises many questions why Jamie is on this case as filing for bankruptcy in the past is typically grounds for automatic disqualifying someone as conservator of their estate,” she said.
She added: “Normally, if you have any kind of bankruptcy’s under your belt when you’re trying to be a beneficiary, that’s an issue and you’re not appointed as the beneficiary.
“That normally does not happened. If you filed for bankruptcy that’s a disqualification.”
The entertainer has caused concern with some fans for questionable social media posts that include long talking clips, rambling captions or “confusing” Q+A’s.
She has also made it a trend to post, delete, and repost the same naked pictures as she has done several times in recent weeks.