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Britney Spears shares series of random and explicit posts after claims she was 'speaking gibberish' at restaurant

Britney Spears shares series of random and explicit posts after claims she was 'speaking gibberish' at restaurant

The signer shared a series of posts after being spotted by fans out in Los Angeles

Britney Spears has shared a series of random and explicit posts following claims she was spotted speaking 'gibberish' while out at a restaurant.

The singer was seen by fans with her husband Sam Asghari at JOEY restaurant in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles on Friday (13 January), where the couple were trying to enjoy an evening out.

Unfortunately for Spears, some fans couldn't resist getting their phones out to film her on the date, with one clip showing the moment she used a menu to hide her face from the onlookers.

However, it wasn't long before she stepped back in front of the camera:

In three Instagram posts shared in a matter of hours last night (14 January), Spears shared a drawn piece of artwork, an image of a swirl-patterned sculpture, and the above video of herself dancing to the song 'I Touch Myself'.

It's unclear whether the posts are a direct response to the scene at the restaurant on Friday, but they come after eyewitnesses claimed Spears got angry at the restaurant after customers started taking pictures of her.

Sources told TMZ the singer became 'manic' and began talking 'gibberish', spouting unrecognisable speech.

As the scene unfolded, Asghari is said to have become visibly upset and walked out of the restaurant. Spears soon followed him out with her bodyguard, who then returned to pay the bill.

One of the images Spears shared after the restaurant scene unfolded.

A manager from the restaurant told Page Six they could not 'disclose any information' or confirm whether Spears and Asghari had been eating there that night, but Asghari himself has since appeared to have dismissed the claims as he wrote on his Instagram Story: "Don’t believe everything you read online people."

Spears' husband appeared to respond to the claims via Instagram.

Spears' first post after the incident was credited to artist Melisa Illustrations, and showed a woman with dark hair and sunglasses sitting at a table with her legs crossed.

A caption alongside the artwork reads: "They told me I couldn't, that's why I did!"

The image of the sculpture was accompanied by the caption "I have no idea what this is but it looked pretty cool to me," but it was Spears' third and most recent post that appeared to indicate she didn't care what people thought of her.

While dancing along to the song, Spears used her hands to make the sign of a love heart and the 'okay' sign, as well as giving viewers the middle finger. She didn't add a caption on the post, and comments have been turned off to prevent followers from sharing their thoughts.

Featured Image Credit: @Britneyspears/Instagram

Topics: Britney Spears, Music, Celebrity