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Jamie Spears Fights Civil Rights Challenge

Britney Spears had another three-hour monitored visit with her sons on Monday, as her father, Jamie, continued battling with Jon Eardley, a lawyer claiming to be Brit’s attorney.

The pop star’s sons, Sean, 2, and Jayden, 1, were brought to her house by ex-hubby Kevin Federline’s bodyguards at 9:30 a.m. Monday, reports
X17 Online, and that the recovering popwreck was later spotted in a dance class at Millennium Dance Studio.

Spears and Federline have reportedly worked out a limited visitation deal, which began Saturday with her first visit with the kids – her first since her Jan. 3 breakdown.

Meanwhile, her dad filed court papers Monday requesting that a judge put a quick end to Eardley’s claims that Britney’s civil rights have been violated under Jamie’s conservatorship. Jamie says that due to her condition, his daughter is unable to hire an attorney and that his conservatorship rights should be extended.

Eardley was asked by Judge Philip Gutierrez to present Brit’s civil rights case in legal court documents by Feb. 22, but failed to do so, telling the judge he needed more time. In the court documents, Eardley claims that Britney hired him just six days after Jamie was given co-conservatorship of Britney, immediately before her phone was reportedly taken away.

In yesterday’s motion, Jamie’s attorneys claimed that Eardley has yet to prove that he qualifies as Britney’s attorney, in addition to failing to meet the declaration headline.

The conservatorship attorneys requested that the case be immediately returned to the Los Angeles State Court under Commissioner Reva Goetz and that Eardley pay up to $43,000 in attorney fees.