Britney Spears shared a playful new post with social media followers on Monday.
The 39-year-old pop-star pictured herself in a pink negligee and black stiletto heels while handcuffed with fake blood smeared across her face and neck.
Britney, newly liberated after a lengthy conservatorship battle against her father, accompanied the image with a rambling caption that alluded to her recent legal victory.
The post began with Britney setting the scene of a murder mystery that seemed eerily similar to her own life and familial relationships.
She wrote: ‘5:45 … she arrived … the doorman said she came home alone !!! She went to dinner with two girlfriends and had 1 drink … took a cab home but was found on the floor by her neighbor … it remains a mystery who would do such a thing ???
‘She had a wonderful family and of course they were nowhere nearby !!!! Pretty lame I did this for Halloween last night but if interpretation is coincided with opposition what are the beneficial effects of an imaginative reality ??? Is EFFORT to play it out an insult ???? Or is effort simply put … just a play ???
‘One might do it better but who on Earth would do one bad ??? I mean COME ON … let’s play!!! It’s a start …. thoughts ??? Psss she broke her leg too !!! Pssss no … I’m not showing my lips for an ad for lip injections in the video !!!!
‘On a SPECIAL note Stay classy ‘Murica and don’t do anything I wouldn’t do because that’s like a WHOLE LOT y’all !!!! Let me explain myself… I’m saying in a crazy world like we have today that it’s pretty important to stay safe !!! Like we did for Covid y’all !!!! But still have fun … I mean duh !!!
‘It’s been 13 years for me so I’m a little rusty !!!! Ma and dad can I drive my car now??? JUST KIDDING … but seriously, can I play now ???? I just really don’t want to offend anyone though …’
Spears was pictured in a series of images wearing a hot pink negligee with a black choker necklace and sky high black stilettos.
Sprawled out on the floor, she appeared to play dead with blood smeared on her face and a pair of fuzzy leopard print handcuffs acting as restraints.
She continued to ask her followers what they were ‘watching on TV’ and recommended a Netflix show called Locke & Key.
This is not the first time Britney’s social media has been a cause for concern amid her ongoing conservatorship battle against father Jamie Spears.
As the court set a hearing for November 12 to decide whether or not to terminate the conservatorship all together, she had previously spoken about ‘not posting as much’ for fear of a misstep.
‘ll just be honest and say I’ve waited so long to be free from the situation I’m in … and now that it’s here I’m scared to do anything because I’m afraid I’ll make a mistake,’ she wrote in an October 15 post.
On November 1, she additionally posted a throwback photo of herself shortly thereafter her battered lingerie series, where she was dressed as a devil.
‘One of my favorite costumes … this particular year I was the devil !!!! I’m really curious as to what THIS devil would say to all the apologies this year,’ she wrote as she seemingly fired more shots at her family.
Just last week she spoke about how her family had hurt her ‘deeper than you’ll ever know’ for over a decade and said ‘I still want justice.’
‘I know the conservatorship is about to be over but I still want justice !!! I’m only 5’4 and I’ve played the bigger person my entire life … do you know how hard that is ???,’ she wrote in excerpt.
Last month Judge Brenda Penny made the decision to suspend her father Jamie as conservator of her estate, and his official removal is to be decided at a later hearing.
Additionally he seemed to be gearing up for battle as two weeks ago he hired a new attorney, Alex Weingarten, to represent him in his daughter’s conservatorship battle.
Weingarten is a partner in the litigation department at Willkie Farr & Gallagher, and will replace his former attorney Vivian Thoreen.
A hearing to review accounting and fees has been scheduled for December 8, and will review a motion filed by Jamie last summer.
Britney’s hand-selected attorney Mathew Rosengart had raised objections over some of the financial compensation Jamie had sought, which includes $540,000 for ‘media matters.’