A source told Radar that Lynne’s recent filing in Los Angeles Superior Court, in which she claimed the “Toxic” singer was in “danger” weeks after her mental health struggle, “violated” family rules.
“Britney could not believe that Lynne went around them when all she had to do was just talk to them and tell them that she wanted to be more included in the process,” a source close to the pop star told Radar.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Britney, 37, has been under a conservatorship – controlled by her father, Jamie, 66 – since her 2008 mental breakdown. A conservatorship hearing has been scheduled for Friday, May 10 to discuss its fate.
“Lynne talking about Britney’s condition violated so many rules in their family because everyone was being very guarded about it,” the source continued.
In the court filing, Lynne, 64, requested permission for her and her attorney to attend the conservatorship hearings. A judge signed off on the request on May 8, 2019.
The mother-daughter drama comes amid another scandal involving the pop star and her ex-manager, Sam Lutfi. As RadarOnline.com readers know, the singer was recently granted a temporary restraining order against Lutfi after she claimed he caused her "severe mental trauma." Britney also alleged that her mother, father and two sons were also in danger.
As part of the order, Lutfi was ordered to stay 200 feet away from Britney, Lynne, Jamie and the singer's sons with ex-husband Kevin Federline.