Britney Spears’ mom requested to be informed of updates in the singer’s conservatorship case. Now, RadarOnline.com can reveal her mom Lynne’s Declaration of Urgency, as she’s demanding her own attorney attend the upcoming hearing.
In the Declaration of Urgency filed on Tuesday, May 7, Lynne is requesting the court permit an order to have one of her attorneys, Gladstone N. Jones III, appear at the Status Hearing set for Friday, May 10.
Lynne would like Jones to have the ability to attend and participate in the hearing.
For Jones to attend, the instant application to appear needs to be granted by the court.
“Consistent with California Rules of Court, ex parte relief is available in exigent circumstances if there is an affirmative factual showing based on personal knowledge of irreparable harm or immediate danger to the conservatee or estate,” the filing read.
The request continued, “Lynne Spears had no opportunity to set this matter on the regular motion calendar and it is in the Conversatee’s best interest to allow Lynne Spears to have a voice at the Status Hearing.”
As RadarOnline.com reported, Lynne filed a Request for Special Notice on Monday, May 6.
“I request special notice of all matters for which special notice may be requested,” the court papers read.
Lynne hired Yasha Bronshteyn, a high-powered attorney who specializes in conservatorships.
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Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, has been in control of her conservatorship ever since her mental breakdown in 2007.
Britney, 37, checked into a mental wellness center in April amid her father’s health troubles.
While in rehab, worried fans started the hashtag #FreeBritney in an effort to raise awareness and save the star. Britney’s mom “liked” several of the #FreeBritney posts on Instagram.
The mother-of-two was released after doctors were able to “stabilize her medication.”
As RadarOnline.com reported, loved ones don’t believe Britney is ready to end her conservatorship.
“Britney’s friends and some of her family members are worried over these upcoming conservator hearings because they really believe that a judge is going to take the fact that she was just released from a mental health facility into account,” a source told RadarOnline.com. “Unfortunately for Britney, that kind of goes to show that she is not ready to handle her life under her own terms.”