Sharon Stone defends ‘powerful’ and ‘brave’ Britney Spears
Sharon Stone has lent her support to Britney Spears after fans questioned why she was posting topless photos on Instagram.
After Spears posted three photos and a brief video in which she is covering her care chest with her hands, some fans raised concerns, calling the images “bizarre”.
Stone defended Spears’ right to celebrate her body, stating that she is a “beautiful…and grown up woman”, also calling her “powerful”.
She wrote: “You can decided what type of power you want to have and who you get to be.”
“Be wonderful, be brave, be your best, be how you would have liked someone to be to you.”
It was revealed last month that Spears’ team meet each week to discuss her social media posts, which she writes herself before submitting them to CrowdSurf, a company that handles her social media accounts, to upload on her behalf.
Her sometimes cryptic posts have long been the subject of discussion among fans, who have shared conspiracy theories that the singer has been hiding messages about her conservatorship in the post.
This was before Britney Spears blew the lid open on the conservatorship, the legal arrangement which governs her life, calling it “abusive”.
After detailing her plight in an explosive court testimony, Spears apologised to fans for “pretending like I’ve been OK the past two years” on Instagram.
“Because of my pride and I was embarrassed to share what happened to me,” she wrote.
“But honestly who doesn’t want to capture their Instagram in a fun light!”
Spears’ personal conservator and her medical team have recently come out in support of her desire to remove her father from her conservatorship, saying his position is no longer in her best interests.
The star has said that “things are way better” since she spoke out in court. A judge has finally allowed her to appoint her own lawyer, and it appears that she has been permitted to drive her own car again.
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