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Special Tour Announcement Coming Up At 10 p.m. Tonight

Britney’s manager, Adam Leber, posted a message to fans on his Twitter account, saying:



The Official “The Circus Starring Britney Spears:” Rosemont Post



Welcome to ~The OFFICIAL: The Circus Starring Britney Spears Tour: Rosemont, Illinois BREATHEHEAVY POST~

Britney’s thirty-second show, at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois kicks off around 8 p.m. tonight

Post any and ALL updates regarding Britney’s show tonight in the COMMENTS SECTION!

Keep sending in fan pictures! They’re copyrighted to you!

And post your Twitter accounts if you’re going tonight!

Good luck tonight, BRITNEY!

Sam Lutfi & Jon Eardley Issued Permanent Restraining Orders



Britney’s former manager, Sam Lutfi, and attorney Jon Eardley have been issued permanent restraining orders in an effort to keep them away from Britney.

The restraining order lasts until April 28, 2012, according to TMZ.com.

“Britney and both her sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, are protected under the order. Lutfi and Jon Eardley are not allowed to go within 100 yards of Brit’s home, job or workplace.”

Lutfi and Eardley must also stay away from Kevin’s home, as well as any of Britney’s family members’ homes.

Lutfi and Eardley were accused of undermining the conservatorship.

Hearing Regarding Restraining Orders Held Today



A hearing regarding the restraining orders against Sam Lutfi and attorney Jon Eardley was held today at a Los Angeles court.

Judge Aviva Bobb listened to the closing arguments to decide whether the restraining orders should be permanently extended, according to OKmagazine.com.

“Bobb told the open court that she will render her verdict by the end of the day. The bottom line argument, according to Lutfi’s lawyer Bryan Freedman is that Britney, herself ‘did not suffer substantial emotional damage’ as a result of Lutfi’s phone attempts to contact her.

“I will most definitely appeal any permanent order,” Freedman told OK!. Britney did not testify. No doctor or medical professional testified that she suffered enough to warrant a restraining order”

Britney’s lawyer, Joel Boxer countered, saying: “There’s much truth to the old adage that silence speaks volumes.” In other words, neither Lutfi nor Eardley “bothered to show up in court to testify in their defense.”

Boxer claimed Lutfi and Eardley are “predators who patently threatened and extorted her through emails,” as stated in court last week.

Lutfi signed an agreement last July to keep his distance from Britney, though assisted in giving Britney a cell phone through Lutfi’s sister, who secretly met up with Britney at the Peninsula Hotel earlier this year.

“Another court date in May is scheduled to decide who should pay whose lawyer fees for this whole thing.”

Bobb’s final decision has not yet been reached.

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