Britney Spears posted a cryptic comment on her Instagram on Monday night as she posed in a leopard print cat suit.
The 39-year-old singer shared a message telling her followers she “loves to bite”.
Alongside a series of images of the star posing in a leopard print cat suit with light pink hair, Britney wrote: “Miss pussycat loves to bite… be careful ladies and gentlemen!!!!!”
And fans were quick to jump to the conclusion that the Toxic singer was referring to her upcoming appearance in court.
The singer is set to head to court to request her father be removed from her conservatorship after the pair fell out over people he appointed to work within her team.
The pop sensation has had her financial affairs and personal life under the control of a conservator since 2008 following a highly publicised break down.
And after years of silence, the Toxic singer is to finally speak out about the controversial legal order in June after she was granted the chance to speak on the status of the conservatorship.
Labelling her “Pinkney” because of her new locks, and “Cat-ney”, followers of the star commented on the post saying they “can’t wait” to hear what she has to say.
One wrote: “YESS take your life back Britney!! We’re all here for it!!”
Another commented: “JUNE 23. You know what to do Lioness.”
Britney also posted to her Instagram Stories with a reel of throwback images to the tune of Mariah Carey’s Fantasy.
She wrote alongside the images: “Bringing it back to the 2000s when everything was simpler before social media !!! Should I bring these outfits back???? PS I copied @reesewitherspoon !!!!”
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Actress Reese criticised the press last month for the way Britney had been treated.
She admitted that she felt lucky to have been classed as one of Hollywood’s “good girls” which meant any mistakes she made were less likely to be blown up into a huge scale event.
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