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Britney Spears attends a confidential court hearing with the parents about the Conservatory



Pop star Britney Spears participated in a court hearing with her parents in Los Angeles on Friday, but details of the performance are largely unknown.

The hearing took place behind closed doors after Samuel D. Ingram, Spears' court-appointed spokesman, appealed to the judge and requested that the media courtroom be closed and closed. Ingram said his client asked for privacy to keep her medical history out of the public eye

Spears and her parents, James and Lynne Spears, turned to the court behind closed doors, according to the minutes of the hearing, and presented their arguments regarding their daughter's conservatory.

  Britney Spears at the iHeartRadio Music Festival 2016 - Day 2 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
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In this file photo from September 24, 2016, Britney Spears will be appearing at the iHeartRadio Music 2016 at Festival Day 2 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

The court ordered 37-year-old Britney Spears to perform a 730 expert assessment, which is a skill assessment.

Spears has been a member of a Conservatory since 2008, a statutory body that manages its financial affairs. Her father was appointed permanent conservator at this point – not long after she had a known glitch, shaved her head and was placed under a psychiatric hold.

The status hearing continued until 18 September.

When the hearing was over, Britney Spears had left the judge's chambers and barred any lawyers from leaving the private sector so that no media was able to ask questions.

Britney Spears was given a restraining order on Wednesday against Osama "Sam" Lufti, her former friend and manager. CNN reported that Lufti had sent threatening text messages to Britney Spears and her family.

A court hearing will be held on May 28 in which Lufi lawyers put forward their arguments against Spears.

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In this file photo from April 12, 2018, Britney Spears arrives at the 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in Beverly Hills, California.

This week's two legal dramas are just part of the story of the resurrection of the singer in the media.

She posted a message on Instagram on April 23 that "everything is fine." Spears checked into a rehab facility for 30 days, a source confirmed to ABC News Radio.

"Everything's fine," Spears said in the Instagram video. "My family has been under a lot of stress and anxiety lately, so I just needed time to get involved, but do not worry – I'll be back very soon."

Spears mentioned in the post that there were "rumors, death threats for my family and my team, and just so many crazy things that were said."

James Spears suffered a large bowel fracture last November and Britney subsequently announced her planned residence in Las Vegas, Domination and all other work commitments.

ABC News Sabina Ghebremedhin, Cassidy Gard, Christopher Watson and Kelly McCarthy all contributed to this report.


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