Sam Lutfi says a restraining order banning him from Britney Spears hasn't been extended.
In a statement released Friday, he said reports that he has been barred from seeing the singer until April 16 "have not been proven to date."
He said he never agreed to an extension, adding, "I want my case heard by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge."
In March, Lutfi filed papers objecting to the California Superior Court commissioner who ordered him to stay away from the singer.
Lutfi is free to appear in court on April 16 to petition for a new judge.
In February, a restraining order was issued against him after Lynne Spears accused him of drugging her daughter.
After months of keeping quiet regarding charges that he drugged Britney Spears and that he was the main cause of her increasingly erratic behavior, former friend Sam Lutfi issued a statement today through his spokesperson Michael Sands denying the allegations.
Britney's parents, Jamie and Lynne Spears filed a temporary restraining order against Lutfi on their daughter's behalf on February 1, 2008, and it was mama Lynne who swore in a declaration that Lutfi was drugging the pop princess.
"The allegations and the declaration in the temporary restraining order are untrue and have not been proven," said Lutfi's spokesman Michael Sands.
The next hearing is scheduled for April 16, 2008.