Since Brintey Spears’ draconian conservatorship ended in September 2021 the pop star has been sharing increasingly sexy pictures and videos of herself on Instagram.
The sizzling snaps are often accompanied by long and rambling captions but the takeaway is that Britney is now finally free after 13 years and can post whatever she likes.
During the conservatorship years, where her dad Jamie Spears managed her image, finances, medical issues and work schedule, fans were incredibly worried about the 40-year-old, who even claimed her dad was preventing her from having another baby.
It is believed her social media accounts were also heavily monitored.
But since Britney’s newfound freedom, the mum-of-two seems to be embracing the lack of censorship and her posts are getting sexier and sexier.
Often she poses naked – but with emojis covering her bits – or dances around in very little clothing.
But instead of posting the images on Instagram for her followers, it could be incredibly lucrative for her, say experts.
If Britney, who is engaged to Sam Asghari, joined the adult photo-sharing site OnlyFans she could coin up to £28million a month.
According to analysts at SlotsUp, the total takes into account the star’s 39.8 million Instagram followers paying £15 per month to access her pulse-racing content.
The Toxic hitmaker was originally encouraged to join the X-rated site by Kerry Katona, who has made a packet from it.
Writing in her new! magazine column, Kerry said: “She looks bloody great but she needs to save them all and get on OnlyFans.
“She could make a fortune doing that rather than sharing them on social media for all the world to see.”
The mother-of-five charges £15 per month for fans to subscribe to her page on the 18+ website and access her raunchy content.
She told The Sun: “It has a lot of sexy pictures similar to stuff I've done before for magazines, but new. It's made me a millionaire again!”
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