The 39-year-old former Mr. Britney Spears ripped off his shirt to showcase his surprisingly ripped abs, one day after his ex scored a victory in her battle against Jamie Spears.
Jason's ex-father-in-law has been suspended as the conservator of Britney's estate. A judge handed down the ruling on Wednesday — and #FreeBritney isn't the only one cheering.
Showing his silent support, Jason decided to strip on camera for his ex-wife's successful court battle.
Removing his shirt to reveal his washboard abs, Britney's former husband proved he's got a lot going despite his recent legal woes.
Appearing on camera in nothing but sweats and a cowboy hat, Jason smoked on an electronic cigarette while throwing punches in the air.
Letting his Reebok boxers exposed, Jason moved to country star Niko Moon's hit Good Time, marking his first post since Britney's win over Jamie.
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As RadarOnline.com reported, the Grammy winner's attorney, Mathew Rosengart, fought tooth and nail for his client, slamming Jamie for the way he's handled his daughter over the 13-year conservatorship.
The judge appointed John Zabel as Jamie's replacement. He's the man that Britney's dad felt lacked the qualifications for the job. Zabel will remain conservatorship of Britney's estate until December 31.
Britney's dad allegedly wanted to be terminated, not suspended. The reasoning was simple, according to Rosengart. If Jamie was terminated, he reportedly wouldn't be held legally accountable for allegedly recording his daughter without her knowledge.
When it comes to the courtroom, the singer isn't the only one who has gotten familiar with them over the years.
He was hit with an air security violation charge — a misdemeanor in Tennessee. Despite later calling it a "mistake," Britney's ex spent the night behind bars at the Davidson County Sheriff's Office. He was released the following day after posting a $2,500 bond.
Jason is due in court on November 18.
Britney married Jason on a whim in 2004 during a wild night in Las Vegas. They were married for 55 hours before the singer's family allegedly made her file an annulment.