Britney Spears sees her mom Lynne for the first time in years in shocking reunion after nasty feud over conservatorship | The Sun

BRITNEY Spears has reunited with her estranged mother in a surprising turn of events.

Britney, 41, hasn't seen her mother Lynne Spears, 68, in several years due to the struggle for power over the singer's conservatorship.

According to TMZ, Lynne flew from Louisiana to Los Angeles' LAX on Wednesday to see her oldest daughter.

She was picked up by an Uber and brought to Britney's manager's home before being shuttled to Britney's home.

Although the singer was unsure when her mother would arrive, she was aware that Lynne was in the area to visit with her daughter.

With Britney's husband Sam Asghari, 29, present, Lynne hung out for about two and a half hours.

The mother-daughter duo have been texting as of late to create an opportunity for the reunion.

Once Lynne left, Britney and her husband left their home and drove around before coming back home.

Sources said Lynne is "committed to making it right with her daughter."


Britney will not simply be put back into a conservatorship automatically if her mental health or marriage falter, The U.S. Sun has exclusively revealed.

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In recent months, there have been many concerns about the Toxic artist's behavior and lifestyle, with deeply disturbing claims made in the latest TMZ Investigates documentary.

That Fox show claimed Britney is suffering from "big problems," and often stays awake for three days straight fueled by Red Bull, Celsius, coffee, and dandelion tea.

Dr. Drew told TMZ that people with mental illnesses crave the high from these drinks, but it's not particularly healthy.

The star's husband slammed claims in the latest documentary on Instagram and insisted the singer is doing well.

In an exclusive chat with The U.S. Sun, television judge and law graduate Cristina Perez says that it would need "extraordinary" circumstances for a Los Angeles court to return control of the star's life to her parents, husband, or friend.

Cristina addressed concerns from some fans that Britney could lose control of her life for a second time because of mental health worries and reported marriage problems with her husband Sam Asghari.


She insisted that authorities and a judge would need "actual evidence" of her being unable to care for herself or being a danger to herself or others to remove her hard-fought independence.

Dad Jamie has insisted in court papers that the 13-year conservatorship was "necessary" because "her life was in shambles and she was in physical, emotional, mental and financial distress."

Some family members have told US media outlets of their fears that Britney could be heading down a dark path, dealing with emotional and mental issues.

But Perez, who presided over cases on shows La Corte del Pueblo and La Corte de Familia, admits media claims will not alter Britney remaining in charge of her own life.

Speaking at LA Center for Law and Justice's Celebrating Survivors Gala, she said: "If it's something that the parents are going to try to do, I think it'll be very hard to put her back in that situation because she's been let out of it; unless some extraordinary circumstance happens where she becomes incapacitated in some way, not physically, but there's enough proof that she's not making the right decisions for herself.

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"Well then, yes, then we have to protect her. And the law would protect that.

"But until we see evidence of that, I think it's really hard to gauge where it's going to go. We need signs that something is wrong."

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