Oh no! Risky photos of Britney Spears could affect her case
Britney Spears could self-sabotage her desire for absolute freedom from hers. Especially after sharing some pungent photos on her Instagram account, the ones that keep generating bumps and comments. That was the opinion of expert family lawyer Sabrina Shaheen Cronin.
The lawyer told the Hollywood Life portal that some of the “Toxic” singer’s posts could be an excuse to question her sanity.
And the point is that the so-called “Princess of Pop”, although she sometimes celebrated her freedom by showing off clothesless or sharing irreverent opinions, in these sensitive times she should have a less provocative attitude, because any misstep could be used against it.
This, whatever freedom of expression she decides to protect herself from, in case she considers that today more than ever her body must be shown to the world and her voice heard from her, after years gone by. to silence.
The lawyer told the US website that Spears had received legal guardianship for “questionable behavior” in the past.
“It is possible that the photos Britney recently released could be presented as proof of her mental state at the November hearing.” However, Cronin also admitted that it was probably not enough to avoid ending the tutelage.
“It could be argued that Britney is true to herself and that at the end of the day she feels empowered to be her own person and make her own decisions,” Sabrina said.
On the other hand, the lawyer warned that the counterpart would do everything possible to show that Spears is mentally unstable and thus compromise his freedom.
Despite the star having loosened her bow, it’s no secret that she also sent out messages of gratitude and well-being. In one of his last posts, he revealed that French Polynesia was the destination of his trip with his fiancé Sam Asghari.
Most recently, the 39-year-old singer appeared on the camera’s social network to talk about her family and their indifference to her when she asked for their support.
After saying what has been said and seeing what has been seen, this matter itches and spreads.