Jamie Lynn Spears Responds to Sister Britney Spears Legal Battle

Modesto Morganelli
Mag 14, 2019

Sources close to the conservatorship tell The Blast, Friday's court hearing will likely address multiple facets of Spears' team and medical status, this will include questioning her advisors who manage her business and current treatment regiment.

It's not clear whether the examination relates to Spears' relationship to her two sons or her parents' oversight of her.

Just hours after her sister Britney Spears appeared in court for her conservatorship hearing, Jamie Lynn, 28, posted sweet supportive photo of Britney, 37.

Only the few left inside know what the three said in the courtroom that was closed to public and media shortly after the hearing began.

The 37-year-old elder Spears has been going through quite the time the last several weeks, first after completing a month-long stint at a mental health facility a week ago, and then on Friday appearing in a Los Angeles courtroom to speak to a judge who oversees her conservatorship. The children were born extremely close together and Britney's ex-husband, Kevin Federline, has custody of the boys.

By the time the hearing was over, Britney Spears had left out of the judge's chambers and all the lawyers left out of the private exit so no media was able to ask any questions.

Lutfi was a major presence in Spears' life at the height of her fame, and had claimed he was her manager in the years leading up to a public meltdown in 2008.

The elder Spears also serves as his daughter's conservator.

Lynne Spears is demanding more access to information about the singer's conservatorship, which is now overseen by Britney's ailing father, Jamie.

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.

Jamie Lynn Spears is not here for rude remarks.

Outside the courthouse, about 20 Spears fans protested with signs that read "Free Britney" and "End the conservatorship now". Britney does not have to attend. Lynne Spears has not previously been involved in her daughter's conservatorship.

The status hearing was continued until September 18.

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.

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

The judge also ordered that he not contact or disparage anyone from the family.

Penny says in her order that both Spears and her parents agreed to the evaluation.

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