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The Grammy winner has not commented publicly on the alleged incident. On August 19, she posted a photo on Instagram that showed a Hans Zatzka Painting of a woman with her back pressed against a door. She titled the post with shrugging emojis: “She obviously wants privacy.” Spears later posted a photo of a girl turning the bird and wrote, “I feel like she made her point perfectly clear.”
She also shared a Sophia Loren Quote about a “fountain of youth” next to a topless photo of yourself. Earlier in the day, Spears posted a public awareness message about the coronavirus pandemic to encourage fans to #StayHome.
Spears is in the midst of an ongoing legal battle to end her 13 year conservatory career. Last week her father did Jamie Spears, said he would be “ready” to step down as a restorer of her estate when the time is right. According to his attorney’s court file dated August 12, he claims the motion to dismiss is “unfair” but said “he does not believe that a public dispute with his daughter over his continued service as a conservator would be in her best interests” .
She said her conservatories were “abusive” and controlling, and her father asked the court to investigate her allegations.
His lawyer wrote last week that the legal agreement went into effect in 2008 because it was in “crisis” and said, “Not only was she suffering mentally and emotionally, she was also manipulated by predators and was in financial need. Mr. Spears came to his daughter’s rescue to protect her. “It went on,” Mr. Spears always did what he thought was in his daughter’s best interests. “