The restraining order against Spears's former confidante is extended through the end of July
Britney Spears‘s former confidante, Sam Lutfi, has agreed to stay away from the pop star through July 31, it was revealed at a Los Angeles court Wednesday.
A restraining order was slapped on Lutfi in February, after Spears’s mother accused him of drugging Britney, 26.
Keep-away orders can be extended to up to five years, legal experts say.
Meanwhile, the singer’s father and a lawyer remain in legal control over her affairs.
Their conservatorship will be reviewed by the court on July 31 – but it’s expected their control will be extended.
Another hearing regarding Spears’s estate is set for Thursday.