Britney's father, Jamie Spears, who has been appointed conservator of her estate, took to the courts earlier this year in a bid to extend protective orders against former manager Sam Lutfi, lawyer Jon Eardley, and ex-boyfriend Adnan Ghalib.
A Los Angeles judge granted the restraining order against Ghalib, which will be in place for three years.
But Lutfi and Eardley are contesting the case in court, with Eardley filing papers demanding the singer testify at the hearing.
Eardley, the attorney Spears allegedly hired to fight her conservatorship case in 2008, argued that if the singer is well enough to perform a major tour, she should be able to attend court and give evidence.
But Eardley's request has been denied by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Akiva Bobb, who upheld a previous ruling that states Spears isn't mentally fit to make her own legal decisions.
The judge told the court, "There was a finding of a judge of the Superior Court that she lacks the capacity to testify."
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