Britney Spears attends hush-hush court hearing with parents over conservatorship

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Britney Spears attends hush-hush court hearing with parents over conservatorship

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.

But just because Lynne wants to be kept more up to speed regarding information and updates on Britney, that doesn't mean there's a conflict between her and Britney's father Jamie Spears, who became a permanent conservator of Britney's affairs in 2008. Reporters and onlookers were removed from the courtroom and the hearing was closed.

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.

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.

Britney Spears enjoys a family outing with Jayden Federline, Maddie Aldridge and Sean Federline at Planet Hollywood Disney Springs in Orlando, Fla., on March 13, 2017.

Penny agreed, and Spears and her parents were sneaked in through side doors when the court was empty. News, the singer, and her family requested a civil harassment restraining order against the 44-year-old manager, who is described as a "parasite" in the 81-page filing.

Conservatorship, known in many states as guardianship, is an involuntary status usually reserved for very elderly or very ill people who are suffering from dementia or otherwise incapacitated and unable to make decisions for themselves.

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

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.

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

It is not known if Britney will attend the hearing.

Lynne Spears filled legal paperwork this week in an effort to have her attorney included in a forthcoming hearing about the singer's care.

According to the documents, Lutfi allegedly pretended to "have a professional relationship with Ms. Spears, even falsely claiming to have been her manager".

U.S. 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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