As the countdown to her conservatorship hearing approaches, Britney Spears has become more prayerful than ever.
The star has been vocal about her thoughts—especially on her mother Lynne Spears, who made the news for requesting over $500,000 attorney fees from Britney’s estate.
The singer shared her thoughts, prayers, and reflections about the court hearing scheduled for November 12.
Britney Spears’ Prays For A Successful Conservatorship Hearing
What the “Inside Out” singer wants right now is complete control over her life.
On November 8, Britney updated the public, via Instagram, about what will be her exciting week, telling fans she has not “prayed for something more” in her life.
“I know I’ve said some things on my Insta out of anger,” the star wrote, referring to her now-deleted post where she unapologetically called out her mother and Lou Taylor.
The “Gimme More” singer continued her recent post by apologizing for her outbursts, adding, “I’m only human … and I believe you’d feel the same way if you were me 🤷🏼♀️ !!!”
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Nevertheless, Britney acknowledged the new day and, in true human nature, said she is unsure if she’ll never complain again.
“God bless you all and have a great day,” she said, crediting the art she posted, which looks like a statue of Mary from the shoulders down, to “#HansZatzka.”
With honest reflection, acknowledgment of her human nature, and no false positivity, the “Crazy” singer seems to have a healthy mindset towards her upcoming hearing.
The Princess of Pop Shares Jaw-Dropping Bedroom Selfies
The “Womanizer” singer backs the camera for two full-body shots in a yellow thong in the photo. Her blonde tresses were moved out of the way, exposing her slender neck.
“I used real photography camera 📷 in my room yesterday for the first time,” Britney wrote, explaining that she put a timer on the camera and set it on her stand.
It’s the yellow thong and (Minnie Mouse) on the bed for me 💋💋😂🐭 !!!!” the 39-year-old concluded.
The “Criminal” Singer and Matthew Rosengart’s Legal Battle With Ex-Managers
Britney and her legal team, spearheaded by attorney Matthew Rosengart, have extended their hammer of justice to Tri-Star Sports & Entertainment Group run by Lou Taylor.
The Blast reported that Rosengart addressed a legal letter to Taylor, and her team, who was heavily involved in Britney’s business management.
Rosengart claims the company has not released the required documentation regarding the company fees paid by Britney since 2008. He said this concludes that “Tri-Star has much to hide.”
Britney’s legal team believes that her net worth of around $60 million should be at least two to three times more and suspect funds “misappropriation.”
The legal team also believes the company was involved in placing electronic recording devices in the singer’s private bedroom.
Tri-Star denied all allegations and filed documents asking the judge to prevent Britney’s new lawyers from retrieving 11 years of information accounting for Taylor’s involvement in her life.