Britney Spears has posted to social media using the hashtag #FreeBritney soon after reportedly breaking down in court on Wednesday.
The singer, 39, told a court that the way she has been treated is “f***ing cruelty” as she demanded her father be removed from the conservatorship.
Judge Brenda Penny granted her appeal asking for a new attorney after her court-appointed lawyer Samuel Ingham agreed to step down.
It means the star will now be represented by Hollywood lawyer Matthew Rosengart in the conservatorship battle.
And, taking to Instagram, the Toxic singer is seemingly in good spirits as she thanked her fans and said she felt “blessed” after her court hearing.
She posted a video of herself horse riding and doing cartwheels and wrote alongside it: “Coming along, folks … coming along !!!!! 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 finished the post by saying: “Pssss this is me celebrating by horseback riding and doing cartwheels today !!!! #FreeBritney ”
And boyfriend Sam Asghari, 27, was quick to jump on the post and predicted huge celebrations online. He wrote: “Internet is about to explode #freebritney ”
Last month Britney, 39, appeared in Los Angeles Superior Court by audio link to contest the legal conservatorship she has been under since 2008.
Britney had once again Britney addressed the court by phone during the hearing on Wednesday as she again told of her desire to end the conservatorship which has been in place since 2008.
According to TMZ, Britney claimed that dad Jamie, as well as others involved in the conservatorship, had threatened her.
She said: “There should be no threats to me at all, ever. I have serious abandonment issues.”
She also claimed that “they” took away her hair vitamins, her coffee, and her car keys after she got a traffic ticket.
The court-ordered conservatorship arrangement is usually reserved for those who are very ill, old or infirm and came about after a lengthy public breakdown that led to multiple hospitalisations for the star.
Speaking to the court in June for over 20 minutes, Britney claimed that the conservatorship controlled every aspect of her life, including her birth control, medication, who she could marry and even what colour her kitchen cabinet could be.