Britney Spears Celebrates Major Court Win, Demands Her Father Be Charged With Abuse

 Britney Spears has shared a clip on Instagram of herself doing cartwheels, celebrating winning the right to appoint her own lawyer and move one step closer to ending her 13-year conservatorship.

The singer had earlier on Wednesday addressed the court by phone in an emotional plea for freedom, and the right to chose her own legal representation.

She then posted a video which first showed her horse riding, apparently learning to ride in an arena on a lead rein. The video then showed her cartwheeling for joy beside a pond.

'Coming along, folks ... coming along!!!!!' she captioned the clip. 

'New with real representation today ... I feel GRATITUDE and BLESSED !!!! 

'Thank you to my fans who are supporting me ... You have no idea what it means to me be supported by such awesome fans !!!! God bless you all !!!!!'

She then added: 'Pssss this is me celebrating by horseback riding and doing cartwheels today!!!! #FreeBritney' 

Asghari, 27, a personal trainer and actor, has previously voiced his dislike of Britney's father, saying in February this year: 'In my opinion, Jamie is a total d**k.'  

He posted his thoughts on Instagram at the time, adding: 'I have zero respect for someone trying to control our relationship and constantly throwing obstacles our way.' 

The pair met in 2016, when the Iranian-born actor was cast in the video for her song Slumber Party.

In February, he told People: 'I have always wanted nothing but the best for my better half, and will continue to support her following her dreams and creating the future she wants and deserves.  

A month later, he told Forbes he hoped to become a father soon.  

'My priorities in life are to remain humble and understand where I came from and where I'm going. I want to take my career to the next step when it comes to acting. 

'I want to take my relationship to the next step, as well. I don't mind becoming a father. I want to be a young dad.'

Spears has two teenage sons, 15-year-old Sean and 14-year-old Jayden, whom she shares with ex Kevin Federline. The two were married from 2004 to 2007. 

Hours before, the singer told a court in Los Angeles on Wednesday that she wants her father charged with conservatorship abuse, during a hearing in which a judge agreed to her appointing her own lawyer, to bring about an end to the arrangement. 

'I would like to charge my father with conservatorship abuse,' said Spears, speaking to the court by phone, breaking down in tears at times. 

'I want to press charges against my father today,' Spears said. 'I want an investigation into my dad.' 

She described once again the torment of her conservatorship, in a repeat of her explosive June 23 testimony.

She claimed her father, Jamie Spears, and others involved in the conservatorship had threatened her, and added: 'There should be no threats to me at all, ever. I have serious abandonment issues.' 

Spears said that her car keys, hair vitamins and coffee had been taken from her. 

'Ma'am, that's not abuse, that's just f****** cruelty,' she tearfully told Judge Brenda Penny, according to Sky News. 

'Excuse my language but it's the truth.'

She told the court: 'I thought they were trying to kill me. If this is not abuse, I don't know what is.' 

Breaking down, Spears then requested a short break to compose herself. 

She then called for her father be removed from the complex legal arrangement and be charged with 'conservatorship abuse'. 

She wants the conservatorship terminated without the need for a medical assessment, but said her priority was ousting her father from his role while allowing co-conservator Jodi Montgomery to remain in the meantime.

'My dad needs to be removed today and I will be happy with Jodi helping me,' Spears said. 

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