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Britney Spears appears in court

16 August 2012, 15:50

 Los Angeles - Britney Spears was in court on Thursday, attending a review of her conservatorship.

The X Factor panelist appeared in a Los Angeles court, but was without her co-conservator and fiancé Jason Trawick and her engagement ring.

The star wore a peach knee-length top with the sleeves rolled and tan heeled shoes for the formal appearance.

She drank a bottle of water as she waited for attorneys to arrive. However, several at the courthouse noticed she was not wearing the 4-carat round Neil Lane diamond given to her when she got engaged last December.

She is doing great

Once inside, Judge Reva Goetz ordered the hearing closed to the public. Britney's co-conservator father Jamie was also not present.

Attorney Jeryll Cohen told E! News that the duo's absence is not important as this was just a review hearing and Jamie was out of town.

Attorney Geraldine Wyle added: She is doing great.

The hearing took just over an hour, and afterward, the talent show judge left through chambers and through the underground parking garage. The next scheduled hearing date is 31 August.

When asked about Britney's supposedly missing engagement ring, the attorney reportedly laughed about it. Both attorneys claimed nothing was going on with her engagement.

- BangShowBiz


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