Spears, parents talk in court; evaluation sought

Britney Spears

Britney Spears

After Britney appeared in court for her conservatorship hearing, Jamie Lynn shared an image of Britney on her Instagram captioning it with a magic emoji.

"Mr. Lutfi's actions have caused severe mental trauma at a time where Ms. Spears is recovering from stress related to her father's health and her work", the documents state.

Pop star Britney Spears attended a court hearing with her parents in Los Angeles on Friday, but the details of the appearance mostly remain under wraps.

Media has been barred from the proceedings, but reports from witnesses on the ground report that the 37-year-old singer is spoke in front of a judge and was accompanied by her mother Lynne Spears. The children were born extremely close together and Britney's ex-husband, Kevin Federline, has custody of the boys. Even so, as we previously reported, Lynne filed paperwork on May 6 to be informed of "all matters which special notice may be requested" pertaining to her daughter's conservatorship.

Lynne isn't the only family member sticking by Britney's side. In an Instagram post, the performer wrote that she'd be prioritizing her family because her dad had been hospitalized and "nearly died" - it was later revealed that his colon ruptured in November 2018.

Meanwhile, sources tell TMZ that Lynne, who is now staying with the singer, is very keen to get access to her daughter's medical records, but she has no interest in becoming a co-conservator of Britney's financial and personal affairs.

According to the AP, Jamie Spears, Britney's father was also at the hearing.

Outside the courthouse, about 20 Spears fans protested with signs that read "Free Britney" and "End the conservatorship now".

But Penny has not indicated she is inclined to make any major moves, and ordered another status hearing for September.

To date, Spears is said to be "doing really well".

Britney Spears was granted a temporary restraining order Wednesday against a former confidante who she says has been harassing her family again.

According to Sam's opposition filing, he insisted he hasn't contacted Britney since 2009 and doesn't feel an order should be granted based on tweets about the singer and texts to her mother. Now, Lynne and Jamie are apparently not seeing eye-to-eye in how Britney's being managed, and Lynne's lawyer wrote that it's in Britney's "best interest" for her mom "to have a voice" in this situation, per TMZ.

Lutfi's attorney, Marc S. Gans, said in a statement to CNN that he and his client were disappointed that the restraining order had been granted.

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