Adnan Ghalib, Britney Spears' ex-beau who accompanied the pop princess during her downward spiral, today faces a continued restraining order from Brit's father Jamie.
Superior Court Judge Reva Goetz has asked legal counsel representing Spears to deliver necessary paperwork so she can sign a long-standing restraining order to keep the shutterbug from bugging Britney.
In January, the court agreed to a temporary restraining order against Ghalib, Britney's former manager Sam Lutfi and attorney Jon Eardley -- who the "Womanizer" singer's father/conservator Jamie accused of undermining the conservatorship.
Since Jamie took control of his daughter's affairs, the pop mom's image has completely turned around; her album "Circus" shot to the top of the charts, she nabbed two VMA awards, she regained shared custody of her children, and she's currently playing to sellout crowds all around the U.S.
An attorney representing Jamie told the judge today that Adnan has not filed any objections to the continued protective order being issued.
UPDATE: A judge has ordered that Adnan Ghalib stay away from Britney for another three years. Ghalib did not show up to court.