Few days after Britney Spears handed her the legal paperwork, mom Lynne said that she is being "strong".
Despite being blown by her daughter's decision, Britney Spears' mom Lynne refuses to let the restraining order be a rift between her and Britney. Lynne still holds a high hope that they will mend the situation by saying "Everything is going to be fine."
It had been four days since Britney handed her a bunch of papers that immediately set a dark cloud on her face. Lynne was spotted shopping in Kentwood, L.A. and being positive she said, "I've got a strong family, and everything is going to be fine." She was also hoping that Britney would go home and enjoy a home cooked meal on Fourth of July holiday.
Britney was photographed by paparazzi delivering legal paperwork personally to her mother on June 28. Splash news captured Lynne looking very stunned after reading it. A heated conversation soon followed and Britney was seen throwing her hands up in the air.
It is believed that Britney wants her mother to stay away from her two sons Sean Preston, 1, and Jayden James, 9 months. A source close to the family said, "I think Britney is angry that her family got involved in getting her into rehab."