Britney Spears' husband speaks out after popstar posts more topless photos on Instagram
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Britney Spears' husband has spoken out after the star returned to Instagram to post topless snaps.
However, while he isn't personally a fan of the sexual content - such as videos of Britney covering herself in cake - he has defended his wife, who recently had her conservatorship removed, and her ability to express herself how she sees fit.
He also claimed that Britney is the 'only person' in the world who gets bullied for sharing her nudes.
The model wrote: "The only person in the world that gets bullied for posting things like this.
"I personally prefer she never posted these, but who am I to control someone that’s been under a microscope and been controlled their whole life."
He made the revelation on Instagram, where Britney also revealed how she is is taking care of her mental health following the removal of her conservatorship in November 2021.
She explained that while she is based on Los Angeles, 'traveling and seeing the world' is her preferred state of being right now.
The 'Womanizer' singer slammed technology as part of her travel post, writing: "As we all look down on our high tech phones today to find purpose and connect with this thing called Earth... never forget where you came from."
She then explained that when she is at one with nature, she feels freer to expose her birthday suit to the world.
Spears added: "And know s****ing in a field with Mother Nature is one of the best connections there is!!! Cause you finally expose your A** to the world!!!"
Britney said that she is ultimately expressing her right to bodily autonomy with her nudes and asserted that she's 'never felt better.'
She wrote elsewhere on Instagram: "41 and finally expressing my freedom has never felt better!!! Learning to love myself has become my passion this year... I'd rather be in my skin than wear my skin!!! [sic]"
However, while Britney might be happy in her own skin, her content has been receiving a mixed response from celebrities.
While longtime friend Paris Hilton wrote '#Sliving sis' alongside a flame emoji, YouTube star Freelee Banana Girl wrote: "With videos like this watch out the conservatorship may make a come back."
Britney's conservatorship was instated back in 2007 after her highly publicised mental breakdown and it remained in place for 13 years.
A fan stressed this, writing: "Understand that this woman was under control for over a decade. She finally has control over what she posts. If you don't like what she posts, unfollow. That's it."