A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has extended
restraining orders against three people, including Britney Spears' former manager and ex-boyfriend.
Judge Aviva K. Bobb extended the restraining orders in order to hear more testimony when the case continues April 1. Attorneys for Spears' father/conservator say that the pair have conspired to break up the conservatorship, and the two have repeatedly tried to contact Britney, with some reports saying that mysterious cell phones are left in her hotel rooms.
Spears' father wants lengthy orders against the pop star's former manager Osama "Sam" Lutfi, ex-BF/paparazzo Adnan Ghalib and attorney John Eardley. AP reports that Papa Spears, a security guard and Britney's hair stylist have already testified in the case.