Britney Spears' mom Lynne is 'very concerned' after singer speaks at conservatorship hearing, attorney says

Lynne Spears' lawyer spoke on her behalf Wednesday after Britney Spears's bombshell conservatorship hearing.Attorney Gladstone Jones stated that Lynne, 66-year-old, is a "very worried mother" after Lynne, a pop star of 39 years, expressed her desire for her conservatorship to end in Los Angeles Superior Court.Jones' statement for Lynne was first reported in Us Weekly magazine. It came after her 39 year-old daughter asked a judge to give her "life back" following years of being under conservatorship control. She claimed her father, James P. Spears (also known as Jamie), has "loved" her.Spears stated that she didn't feel heard at any level when she last spoke to court in 2019 during the virtual hearing in Los Angeles.BRITNEY SPEARS REQUESTS HER CONSERVATORSHIP EXIT: 'I JUST WANT HIRED'Spears stated that she wanted to see changes in her speech to the court. Spears stated that she does not want to be assessed to see if her mental abilities have been restored.Jamie was named his daughters conservator after Spears was taken by ambulance to the hospital to undergo involuntary psychological evaluations. The "Baby One More Time” performer stated to the court that it was an unnatural move by the conservatorship.She said, "I just want to have my life back." "All I want to do is own my money, and have my boyfriend be able to drive my car. I want to sue my relatives."In a 20-minute diatribe by Spears, she stated explicitly to the court that she was forced against her will to take lithium.It is a powerful drug. She claimed that you can become mentally impaired if you take the drug for more than five months. "I felt so drunk that I could not even have a conversation about anything with my parents or mom."LIVE UPDATES: BRITNEY SEARS CONSERVATORSHIP HEARINGContinue the storyShe also criticised the care her father Jamie forced her to receive, which included six nurses and several psychiatric assessments.She fumed, "My family didnt do any God d-m thing." "Everything I did, [my father] approved it all. My entire family did nothing."Spears stated that she would like her conservatorship to be ended immediately and without any testing. She also said that she does not want therapy to take place twice per week. Spears also wants her own attorney.According to a Tuesday New York Times report, Spears has previously claimed that she believed she was being forced against her will.Spears said that her family should remember, "They work with me."CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APPLynne, 65 years old, objected to Jamie Spears' request for reimbursement for a large fee from Holland & Knight. Fox News obtained the document. Lynne claimed that the fee Jamie asked for was "substantively inappropriate." Jamie and Lynne divorced in 2002.Jamie and Bessemer Trust currently oversee Spears' estate. Jamie will be able to object to any petition to remove him completely from his position as co-conservator.After having conferred with Jamie during recess, Vivian Thoreen, Jamie's lawyer, made a short statement.Thoreen stated that Thoreen was sorry for his daughter's pain and suffering. "Mr. Spears loves and misses his daughter very deeply.Ingham III requested that the pop star address the court at the April hearing. Spears had not asked him to petition for the end of the conservatorship. However, he said that he would if she requests it.On Wednesday, the judge stated that there were no further court dates as petitions and motions needed to be filed to the court to address the just raised issues.CLICK HERE FOR OUR ENTERTAINMENT NEWSLETTERFuture court proceedings could be sealed. Ingham III stated that it was Spears who requested the seal.Ingham III stated to the court that "since she made the remarks she was able make on the public records today, she believes it will be advisable that proceedings be sealed going forward."Jodi Montgomery was an attorney representing Spears' temporary conservator. She pushed for sealing proceedings to continue.This report was contributed by Fox News' Nicole Collins and Julius Young.