Lutfi has been associated with Spears since October 2007, when he went with her to a California DMV. Since then, he's been seen by her side and spoken to the press on her behalf on multiple occasions. The newly filed restraining order states Lutfi must not attempt to contact Spears and must stay at least 250 yards away from the pop star, her home, and the hospital in which she's currently staying.
Spears is currently in the psychiatric ward of UCLA's Medical Center, where she was admitted Jan. 30. In the declaration, Lynne claims that on the night of Spears' committal, she told her doctor that she had taken Aderol, presumably Adderall, an amphetamine used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Rumors of the pop star being mentally ill have swirled since her Jan. 3 breakdown, when she refused to give up custody of her kids to her ex-husband Kevin Federline. Currently, Spears does not have rights to visit her sons.
Monday, a court commissioner appointed a physician to evaluate whether Spears is competent to make decisions, and put her father in charge of finances until at least Feb. 14.