Britney Spears seems liberated as she shares snap of her thong-clad derriere

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    Britney Spears appeared carefree as she shared a cheeky snap of her thong-clad behind on Instagram Monday.

    The pop superstar, 39, turned her back to the camera to give her some 35.9m followers a full look at her peachy derriere and toned, muscular back. 

    The saucy snap comes after Britney used social media to accuse her mother Lynne Spears of being the mastermind behind the conservatorship arrangement which controlled the singer’s life for over 13 years.

    Cheeky: Britney Spears shared a sassy shot of her thong-clad backside on Instagram on Monday

    Cheeky: Britney Spears shared a sassy shot of her thong-clad backside on Instagram on Monday

    In the caption, Spears explained how she took the revealing snap, writing: I used real photography camera in my room yesterday for the first time.’

    ‘I put it on the stand and put it on a timer and got this!!!!’ she went on in the post, which included two versions of the same photo. 

    Then she joked about the image, saying: ‘It’s the yellow thong and @MinnieMouse on the bed for me.’

    Britney seemed to be feeling liberated after making shocking accusations against her mother Lynne last week. 

    In an angry Instagram post, she fumed: ‘You know exactly what you did.’

    Britney swiftly deleted the text, in which she launched an astonishing attack on her mother.

    Accusations: The rebellious snap comes after Britney used social media to accuse her mother Lynne Spears of being the mastermind behind the conservatorship arrangement which controlled the singer's life for over 13 years

    Accusations: The rebellious snap comes after Britney used social media to accuse her mother Lynne Spears of being the mastermind behind the conservatorship arrangement which controlled the singer’s life for over 13 years

    Baring all: The pop superstar, 39, turned her back to the camera to give her some 35.9m followers a full look at her peachy derriere and toned, muscular back

    Baring all: The pop superstar, 39, turned her back to the camera to give her some 35.9m followers a full look at her peachy derriere and toned, muscular back

    Lynne has tried to take Britney’s side in her row with her father Jamie, Lynne’s ex-husband, over the conservatorship.

    But the singer has repeatedly rejected her overtures, and last Tuesday said her mother was the true villain in the sorry saga.

    ‘My dad is not smart enough to ever think of a conservatorship,’ Britney said.

    The singer posted a message on Instagram reading: ‘The most dangerous animal in the world is a silent smiling woman’.

    She captioned the image: ‘My dad may have started the conservatorship 13 years ago … but what people don’t know is that my mom is the one who gave him the idea.

    ‘I will never get those years back.

    ‘She secretly ruined my life … and yes I will call her and Lou Taylor out on it … so take your whole ‘I have NO IDEA what’s going on’ attitude and go f*** yourself!!!!’

    Taylor is Spears’s former business manager.

    'She secretly ruined my life': Last Tuesday Spears accused her mother Lynne of being the true villain in the conservatorship saga

    ‘She secretly ruined my life’: Last Tuesday Spears accused her mother Lynne of being the true villain in the conservatorship saga

    She continued: ‘You know exactly what you did … my dad is not smart enough to ever think of a conservatorship.’

    Spears then deleted the post, and replaced it with one which appeared to be celebrating the news that her father has formally requested an end to her conservatorship, telling the judge in Los Angeles that he is abandoning his role immediately and does not want further payment.

    ‘It was a family business before … it’s no longer that anymore !!!!’ said Britney, in the updated post – which had edited out the attack on her mother.

    ‘I was BORN today cause I get to SMILE … so thank you for exiting out of my life and finally allowing me to live mine !!!!

    ‘Psssss do I know how mean I sound ??? Yes … I 100 billion percent I do.’

    Lynne Spears in July issued a sworn statement in support of her daughter’s attempts to remove her father as conservator.

    ‘It is clear to me that James P. Spears is incapable of putting my daughter’s interests ahead of his own on both a professional and a personal level,’ she said.

    Yet Jamie hit back, accusing Lynne of being an absent mother and claiming she was paid $150,000 a year by Britney for her mansion in Louisiana.

    Harsh: She went on to say 'You know exactly what you did … my dad is not smart enough to ever think of a conservatorship'

    Harsh: She went on to say ‘You know exactly what you did … my dad is not smart enough to ever think of a conservatorship’

    ‘In stark contrast, it appears that Lynne is the one who is incapable of putting her daughter’s interests ahead of her own,’ Jamie Spears’ statement said.

    ‘Lynne has not been involved in her daughter’s life for most of the past twelve years.

    ‘Despite their estranged relationship, the Conservatorship Estate, during the entire duration of the Conservatorship, has paid and continues to pay for the mansion in Louisiana where Lynne lives, including all of her utility bills, weekly maid service, and all maintenance (totaling upwards of $150,000 per year and to date, nearly $2,000,000 in total).’

    Britney’s accusations against her mother came as her father made his strongest move yet to end the arrangement.

    Jamie Spears, 69, on September 7 filed a petition to end the conservatorship.

    Last week he told Judge Brenda Penny that he was formally withdrawing from the arrangement, saying he was exhausted by the legal wrangling.

    In the court documents, obtained by TMZ, his lawyers wrote: ‘Jamie unconditionally loves and supports his daughter. Full stop.

    ‘As he has done for her entire life, Jamie will do everything he can to protect and care for her.

    ‘For the last 13 years, that included serving as her Conservator. Now, it means ending her Conservatorship.’

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