Britney Spears feels artistic.
The 39-year-old pop star took to Instagram on Tuesday night to share a glimpse of what she’s done with her fans.
In a time-lapse video, Spears could be seen painting abstract art on a large sheet of white paper while wearing an oversized white t-shirt and blue sneakers.
“As you know there are a lot of changes in my life right now and today I was feeling overwhelmed so I went to Michael’s house and got some white paper and paint !!!” she wrote in the caption, referring to her escalation of the guardianship battle which saw several changes during a hearing on Monday. (Michael’s is a popular chain of arts and crafts stores.)
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“I wanted to see color and I’m kidding !!!” Spears continued. “Okay I’m not a professional painter but I definitely felt like I was !!!”
The “Toxic” singer said her work was an “expression” of what she “feels right now”: “Rebel … colorful … bright … daring … spontaneous … Magic”.
She added that she was “obviously” showing him her “true colors”.
“If you look closely you can see find a fish somewhere !!!” Spears concluded.
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On Monday, the star’s new lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, kept an early promise and filed a petition demanding that Spears’ father, Jamie, be removed from his position as curator. The singer and her lawyer have suggested accountant Jason Rubin fill the post.
The petition will be considered at a hearing at the end of September.
Also during the hearing, all parties continued to work on an agreement to pay for Jodi Montgomery’s safety and agreed to cap the cost at $ 50,000, although they did not formally come to an agreement.
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Vivian Thoreen, attorney for Spears’ father, Jamie, who previously denied the $ 50,000 request, said as long as the singer consents, her client now approves the number. Security fees will be reassessed at the September hearing.
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Bessemer Trust’s request to be removed from the case as Registrar of Spears’ Estate was approved by Judge Brenda Penny, and Montgomery’s temporary role as Registrar of the Person was extended until October 8.
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