Britney will not testify in court next week against ex-manager Sam Lutfi, reports RadarOnline.com, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be war.

Fiance Jason Trawick, her parents, Jamie and Lynne Spears, talent agent Kevin Huvane and current manager, Larry Rudolph are all expected to take the stand against Lufti.

Other witnesses expected to testify include Britney’s ex-assistant, Ali Sims, former manager Lou Taylor, who’s worked with the singer over the years, and a slew of lawyers including Laura Wasser, who represented Britney in divorce proceedings against Kevin Federline.

According to documents, the defense’s opening statement will be: “This case was filed by Plaintiff Sam Lutfi against Defendants Lynne Irene Spears, James Parnell Spears, and their daughter Britney Jean Spears in February 2009. In 2008, the Los Angeles Superior Court ordered that a conservatorship be established for Britney. The conservatorship continues to the present; thus, she is under the supervision and control of the court. As a conservatee, Britney is not allowed by law to defend herself. The court has directed her to be defended by her two Co-Conservators, Andrew Wallet and Mr. Spears.”

Here comes the showdown. What ____ ______ _____ ______.

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