Britney Spears' Health Too "Fluid" for Her to Take Part in Court Case
Due to her "fluid" health condition, Britney Spears is still not well enough to take part in in her conservatorship case, her lawyer argued Thursday.
"Because of changes in her treatment, it would not be appropriate and could be harmful for her to participate in court proceedings," attorney Samuel Ingham told Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Reva Goetz during a 90-minute meeting.
Goetz agreed, saying that Spears' doctor has made a "differential diagnosis" and "wants to do additional testing in the not distant future."
The 26-year-old singer, Goetz added, "can't participate in any meaningful way in any court proceedings."
Spears' probate case is slated to go to trial July 31, the same day her father's Jamie's co-conservatorship expires.
Neither the singer or her father - who has been her co-conservator for the past four months - was present at Thursday's meeting, according to Usmagazine.com.