Britney Spears appears in cleared court to speak on her legal status

Maricruz Casares
May 14, 2019

Britney's father Jamie has been the singer's sole conservator for the past 11 years, which means he is now the only person who can look at her medical files. Concerns about her father's condition drove Britney to seek help for her own mental health issues, and earlier this week her solicitor succeeded in winning a temporary restraining order against her former manager Sam Lutfi. The judge ordered an expert evaluation of the Britney's situation. Reporters and onlookers were removed from the courtroom and the hearing was closed. 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.

Lutfi sued the Spears family in 2009, alleging Britney Spears had breached a contract with him, Jamie Spears had punched him and Lynne Spears had defamed him in a memoir.

"10 years ago, who was there??" she wrote.

After being placed under the legal constraint, Britney's father Jamie Spears was granted access to manage multiple areas of her life, including lifestyle choices and her finances.

Our sources involved in Spears' Las Vegas deal tell us at the end of previous year, Britney began calling her team and expressing the desire to do another residency.

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

We're told a discussion was had amongst Spears' advisors, including her father Jamie Spears, about whether she was healthy enough to take up such an enormous responsibility.

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There will be another status hearing in September, giving Britney plenty of time to have the evaluation done.

Singer Britney Spears mother, Lynn Spears, attends the Lifetime Television "Breast Cancer Heroes Luncheon" at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Sept.r 27, 2004.

According to restraining order granted, Lutfi will have to discontinue his "disparaging public statements regarding Ms. Spears, her conservator, or her family or her manager".

Claus Hjelmbak, Britney Spears, Alli Simms and Sam Lufti pose for a picture on the red carpet at The ScandinavianStyle Mansion in Bel Air, Calif, on December 1, 2007.

A judge ordered the 44-year-old Lutfi to stay at least 200 yards from Spears and her family.

"All is well", Spears said in the Instagram video.

USA site The Blast claim the pop superstar's attorney filed the documents on her behalf on Tuesday in Los Angeles which, if granted, would slap a temporary restraining order against the business man.

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