Britney Spears recently stripped down to a sexy bikini and enjoyed a dip at a pool after undergoing treatment for her mental health.

On Instagram, Spears recently shared a racy snap of herself lounging on top of a blue peacock pool floatie in a tiny two-piece swimsuit. The zebra-print bikini showed off the singer's rock-hard abs and toned figure as she tanned under the bright sun. Spears let her blonde locks down, falling freely over her shoulders as she posed in the pool.

Spears' latest Instagram photo comes after some netizens claimed that the singer isn't the one posting on her social media accounts. However, the Las Vegas performer quickly cleared the air and put an end to that speculation with another post.

"For those of you who don't think I post my own videos, I did this video yesterday," she wrote for a video showing her strutting down an outdoor veranda to Rihanna's song "Man Down."

Meanwhile, Spears checked into a mental health facility last month to get treatment for her mental strain and emotional distress amid her father Jamie's failing health. The singer apparently voluntarily entered the facility and sought help despite some fans' claims that she was being held hostage at the venue.

Spears' father reportedly underwent two major surgeries for his colon and intestines. Despite this, Jamie reportedly continues to suffer health complications.

During her treatment, Sam Asghari looked every inch the supportive and loving boyfriend when he was spotted accompanying Spears at The Montage hotel in Beverly Hills late last month, Daily Mail reported.

The 37-year-old singer's beau, whom she has been dating for over two years now, looked protective as Asghari stayed in front of Spears while they exited the lobby of the hotel near Rodeo Drive. At one point, Asghari held Spears' arm with one hand as he led her out of the hotel. The singers, on the other hand, carried several objects as made her way to her car, including a black leather bag, red Adidas trainers and a sweatshirt.

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Britney Spears attends the 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, on April 12, 2018. Getty Images/VALERIE MACON