Things just got interesting in the ongoing drama with Britney Spears because her mother has filed a notice making it clear she doesn't want to be left out of an upcoming hearing regarding Britney's conservatorship.
According to court records obtained by The Blast, Lynne Spears filed a request Monday morning, requesting special notice and asking to be informed of all matters pertaining to Britney and her conservatorship. Lynne is also using her own attorney to file the paperwork.
The move is interesting, considering Britney's mom has never played a role in her conservatorship, and has left all the handling up to Britney's father, Jamie Spears.
Jamie and Lynne have been separated for years, but have always appeared to be on the same page with Britney's treatment. However, in the midst of Britney being placed into a mental health treatment facility, the public wondered why Lynne has remained so quiet.
As we reported, the judge in Britney Spears' case set a date for a status check to discuss the recent events, but it's unclear if Lynne plans on challenging anything that has been decided by Britney's team of advisors.
Sources close to Britney's conservatorship tell The Blast Lynne actually spoke with Jamie before filing her documents, as she has mainly received her information about Britney through Jamie for years, and she wants to take a more proactive approach.
We're told Lynne now wants all the information as it officially comes in from the court, and Britney's team has apparently always been supportive of Lynne being involved with the ongoing situation.
At this point, Lynne has not made a move to become an actual conservator, but nothing is out of the question as she begins to get more involved.