Britney Spears is proving she can throw a punch hours after losing a battle with her father in court.
The 38-year-old singer posted a 44-second video of her getting it in with her personal trainer. Britney was practicing her fighting skills in her home gym (which previously burned down).
She captioned the post, “OH THE PUNCH ? in this video ???? !!!! I just like the sound of it !!! PS …. so glad we both got tested negative for COVID so my trainer could come over for a good workout session? !!!”
Many fans showed the singer support in the comment section. They wanted to make sure Britney knew she was loved after her recent court hearing. One said, “Fighting for your freedom.”
Another joked, “You tested negative because you can’t leave your house ! ??♀️” Britney’s superfan commented on the video, “Yes girl get it ??????? so glad to see you doing what you love.”
One comment referenced Britney’s hit song “Stronger.” They wrote, “Brit is a fighter and is stronger than yesterday ❤️.”
As The Blast previously reported, a hearing was held this week in Britney’s neverending conservatorship case. The judge decided not to remove Brit’s dad Jamie as a co-conservator of the estate for the time being. However, the judge did not rule out removing Jamie in the future.
The decision was a small setback for Britney who is attempting to strip her father of his power and control over her life. Jamie has objected to his daughter’s plea saying he is working in her best interest.
Earlier this month, Britney scored a huge victory when a judge granted a motion allowing her to hire her own outside counsel to represent her in the case. She pleaded with the court to let her get a lawyer who had no ties to her father.
Britney’s court-appointed lawyer told the court his client fears her father. He said the singer has been on a work hiatus since early 2019. Britney reportedly refuses to return to work until her father is axed.
Britney’s mother Lynne Spears gave her opinion on the matter in court. She said her daughter’s relationship with Jamie was “toxic.”
Lynne believes her daughter should not be forced to obey Jamie’s unreasonable demands. Her lawyer said, “It has broken Lynne’s heart that things have come to this point.” Lynne’s rep told the court his client had no ill will towards Jamie. She said it’s time “to start fresh” and remove him as a conservator.
The parties will be back in court this December.