Leading up to the hearing this month, the social media posts of the permanent A list “singer” are only going to get more disturbing.

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Britney Spears’ most cryptic post yet as she calls her enemies ‘tricky little s**ts’

Britney Spears has shared her most cryptic post yet, which described her enemies as “tricky little s**ts”.

The pop star, 39, has been locked in a legal battle with her dad Jamie over the conservatorship in which he has control over her finances, career and personal life.

Her fans have gone into a frenzy every time she posts a new snap on Instagram, with many believing her bizarre posts are a cry for help.

On Tuesday, Britney sent fans into a flood of confusion as she referred to herself as a “motherf**king snake” and warned her enemies to watch out as “who knows what colour snake I will be tomorrow”.

Britney dressed in a skintight bodysuit covered in a green snake-print.

She wrote as the caption: “I held a snake at the@VMAs one time but decided to go ahead 20 years later and become the motherf**king snake myself!!!!

“And since TRICKS ARE FOR KIDS you tricky little s**ts … who knows what color snake I will be tomorrow!!!!???

“STAY SAFE folks and watch out for the [snake emoji]!!!!!” – Source

Britney Spears Anticipated to Appear Remotely at Next Conservatorship Hearing to Address Court Directly

Britney Spears is gearing up for the next court hearing in her ongoing conservatorship battle.

ET has learned that due to COVID-19 protocols, the 39-year-old singer is anticipated to appear in Los Angeles court remotely, not in person, for the June 23 conservatorship hearing where she is expected to address the court directly.

ET reported back in April that Britney had been granted a hearing to address the court directly. Britney’s attorney, Samuel Ingham, shared in court at the time that his client “requested” that he “seek from the court a status hearing where she can address the court directly.” Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny approved the request and scheduled a hearing on June 23 to allow the singer to speak out in some manner.

Britney has been under her conservatorship for 13 years, and through Ingham, has expressed that she does not want her father, Jamie Spears, to act as her conservator.

In recently filed court documents obtained by ET, the law firm Holland & Knight, which represents Jamie, asked the court to overrule an objection filed by the singer’s mother on her daughter’s behalf.

Britney’s mother, Lynne Spears, recently filed an objection contesting the legal attorney fees Jamie has requested amid Britney’s ongoing conservatorship battle. Lynne objected to Jamie’s petition for approval and payment of over $890,000 to him and his attorneys, as well as related fees and expenses charged to the estate. – Source

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