Britney Spears posted a sped-up Instagram video this Friday in which she showed off her famous dancing skills.
The 39-year-old pop star was seen twirling energetically around in a skintight pink print catsuit that emphasized her trim figure.
She used a big band rendition of the famous Pink Panther theme by Henry Mancini as her video's soundtrack.
Dancing queen: Britney Spears posted a sped-up Instagram video this Friday in which she showed off her famous dancing skillsInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Britney sharpened her unmistakable features with makeup for her new video, wearing her signature blonde hair down and accessorizing with a black choker.
'Messing around today … but not sure … bad bunny ??? Or bad kitty ???,' the Toxic singer vamped in her caption.
In court documents obtained by TMZ, Jodi and her representation stated: 'It is ironic that Mr. Spears now wants the conservatorship to 'reflect her wishes' since it is no secret that Ms. Spears has wished her father out of her life for years.'
Having a ball: 'Messing around today … but not sure … bad bunny ??? Or bad kitty ???,' the Toxic singer vamped in her caption
Montgomery also alleged, in another excerpt of the filing obtained by People, that the 69-year-old has used 'more than $2 million of his daughter's money' to fund his legal defense in the hopes of remaining conservator of her estate.
Montgomery, an experienced conservator with a degree in social welfare, was brought on to co-manage Britney's affairs in September 2019, when her father Jamie Spears became ill.
According to TMZ's docs, Montgomery says she has received 'countless' messages from Britney about one thing which is getting her father out of her life and the conservatorship.
In Jamie's filing last week, also obtained by the publication, he claimed that Montgomery and others were preventing him from communicating with Britney.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Expensive: Britney's co-conservator Jodi Montgomery had blasted the pop star's dad Jamie and has also reportedly asked a judge to approve fees of more than $221,090, according to TMZ
Jodi rebutted in the new filing: 'Ms. Spears is the one who cut him off... That is her choice not Ms. Montgomery's'
Montgomery has remained in charge of Britney's personal affairs, working as her 'care manager', while Jamie still controls her $60million fortune.
She reiterated this point in the documents after Jamie suggested that she is making decisions without him as 'everything costs money' and all expenses go through him in his role as conservator of Britney's estate.
Montgomery also insisted in the documents that she is actively working to address concerns that had been made by Britney in her groundbreaking testimony last week
Among the most alarming claims made by the pop star were that she was banned from removing her IUD birth control or marrying her boyfriend.
Heating up: Montgomery, 53, filed legal documents on Friday slamming Jamie, 69, for attempting to blame her for the restrictive rules placed on his 39-year-old daughter according to TMZ
Montgomery has insisted that she is on-board with the singer's desire to be free from the conservatorship but wants it to be done responsibly with the input of her doctors and also implies that Jamie is not.
The experienced conservator also claimed that Britney's father has never fully relinquished control of his pop star daughter over the last 13-years and alleges that he has been open to the possibility of being the last person standing to claim complete control.
In People's portion of the legal documents, Jodi claimed that 'no expenditures can happen without going through Mr. Spears' and that 'not every requested expenditure has been approved, leading to some of the concerns raised by Ms. Spears on June 23, 2021.'
It was suggested by Jodi and her representation that her and Jamie 'should be working as a team to ensure that Ms. Spears' best interests are being met, that she is on a path to recovery and termination of her conservatorship, and that she is living her best life possible.
'Instead, Mr. Spears has decided it is time to start the finger-pointing and media attacks,' the portion concluded.
Earlier in the day TMZ obtained more court documents filed by Montgomery asking a judge to approve fees of more than $221,090, the six-figure sum is for work 'she did for Britney's conservatorship from Nov. 1, 2019 to the end of February 2021.'
In addition to the payment, Montgomery wants the 'court to approve an additional $65,465 to cover the cost for her personal lawyer.'
On Thursday, Spears' father Jamie fought his co-conservator's request for security, a day after she said she'd help Britney get her own lawyer who can end the complex legal arrangement that he controls.
Jamie is the only one involved in the proceedings who hasn't asked the judge to let Britney appoint her own attorney, nor has he commented on Britney's emotional testimony on June 23 that he is controlling her against her will.
Fighting to regain control: Britney (pictured in 2019) has spent the past 13 years under a conservatorship, which she called 'abusive' last month in court
He shares conservatorship over Britney's life with Montgomery - a professional conservator who was appointed in 2019. Jamie is in charge of Britney's finances whereas Jodi is in charge of her personal and medical decisions.
Jodi, on Wednesday, asked the judge to let Britney appoint her own attorney as she'd requested, after the resignation of Sam Ingham, the court appointed lawyer who had represented her from 2008.
Jodi and Britney remain on good terms, according to texts she provided to the court which show Britney asking her to help her and remain in her role as Conservator of the Person so that together, they can take on Jamie and untangle the complex legal arrangement.
But in her request, she also asked the judge to compel Jamie to grant her $50,000-a-month to pay for 24/7 security.
Jodi said she needs it because since the case has attracted so much attention in recent weeks and months, she is receiving regular, violent threats.
Jamie, in court papers on Thursday, contested it.
He said that they all get death threats and have for years so Jodi should make her own arrangements to protect herself, and not request that Britney's estate pay for it.
'Mr Spears is very concerned about the situation that has been developing for many months and the dangerous rhetoric that has been circulating for quite some time regarding the Conservatorship.
'Mr Spears is aware of the increasing number of threatening communications, social media posts directed to various individuals involved in the Conservatorship, apparently including Ms Montgomery now.
These texts between Britney Spears and Jodi Montgomery reveal the singer's request to her to help her find a new attorney who will then file papers to terminate the conservatorship. They were submitted to the court on Wednesday by Jodi as proof that she is trying to help the singer
'Mr. Spears, himself, has been the subject of innumerable and ongoing threats as well - not just recently, but for years.
So Mr. Spears understands well the challenges inherent in the position he holds and the work he performs on behalf of his