BRITNEY Spears slammed her conservatorship’s “self-care” rules in a new Instagram post.
However, the embroiled singer quickly deleted her original caption before today’s court hearing resumes in the battle against dad, Jamie.
Yesterday, Britney posted snaps in a black and yellow french maid costume in front of a red backdrop.
It’s now captioned with just red high-heel emojis, but it was originally captioned: “Like I said … my maids may have been able to get their nails done during COVID after salons opened but f**k … at least my maid outfit was the hottest”.
Followers commented: “What happened to the first post with the same pics talking about your nails?”
Another said: “Well, that post looked different a few minutes ago.”
Other fans chimed in: “So this post said something completely different a few seconds ago!!!!!”
One follower questioned: “So what is it you said about the maids?”
Britney noted during her June 23rd hearing, Briney shared she wasn’t allowed to get a manicure amid the coronavirus pandemic.
She claimed: “It took a year during COVID to get self-care methods. Conservator lied and said I could get nothing done. I couldn’t get my nails done… anything.”
Britney testified: “My mom went to the spot twice in Louisiana during COVID. For a year, I didn’t have my nails done—no hairstyling and no massages, no acupuncture. Nothing for a year, I saw the maids in my home each week with their nails done a different each time.”
Back in 2005, Britney also posed for a photoshoot with her baby daddy, Kevin Federline, for Interview magazine, wearing a classic French maid outfit, as she served him some whiskey.
As Britney’s conservatorship hearing continues in court today, the pop star will reportedly call in for her next hearing, though she may not be making a statement this time around, US Weekly revealed.
Several subjects will be addressed during the court date, including the singer’s right to an attorney.
The child star’s mom, Lynne Spears has requested that her daughter be allowed to hire her own lawyer, while her current attorney Samuel Ingham has requested that the court appoint her new representation.
Furthermore, Britney’s conservator Jodi Montgomery has asked the court to “hire a guardian for the singer and provide her with 24/7 security,” the outlet claimed.
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