Lynne was spotted at LAX on Sunday, July 25, with her son Bryan, but neither had much to say aside from the brief update on how the 39-year-old is doing, per TMZ.
The 66-year-old's assertion that her eldest daughter is doing alright comes amid reports that she filed in support of Britney's requests for her father, Jamie, to be removed from her conservatorship.
Lynne reportedly said that she got involved in the conservatorship in May 2019 during a "time of crisis" and alleged that Jamie had "absolute control" over Britney's money and decisions regarding her health, the outlet noted.
She also reportedly alleged that Jamie hired a doctor for Britney, but she and others believed that the medication he was prescribing her was "inappropriate" and Britney didn't want to take it. It has also been alleged that Britney had been forced into a health facility after threatening punishment if she resisted.
Britney previously told the court that she had been put on lithium, which is "completely different medication compared to what I was used to. You can go mentally impaired if you take too much, if you stay on it longer than five months. But he put me on that and I felt drunk."
"Not only did my family not do a goddamn thing, my dad was all for it," Britney said. "Anything that happened to me had to be approved by my dad."
In the documents, Lynne alleged that due to the conservatorship, Britney and Jamie's relationship has "dwindled to nothing but fear and hatred" of him.
However, sources told TMZ that and Britney and her mother has been estranged for some time now and that Britney blames her for the current circumstances she finds herself in. This comes amid reports that Britney's family was allegedly behind the end of her 55-hour marriage to Jason Alexander.
According to attorney Mark Goldberg, the pair got hitched in Las Vegas and neither Britney nor Jason wanted the marriage to be annulled, but Lynne and her management allegedly forced them to end the marriage, Goldberg told the Daily Mail.
On Monday, July 26, Britney also reportedly filed documents in a bid to remove her father from the conservatorship, not too long after her new attorney Mathew Rosengart said he was "moving aggressively" to expel Jamie.
Rosengart reportedly filed documents requesting that Jason Rubin be appointed as the "Womanizer" singer's new conservator of her estate. This would also reportedly include powers of attorney to make any health-related decisions and manage her real estate portfolio. Rosengart has also asked that Rubin can "prosecute civil harassment restraining orders."
A hearing to determine if Rubin can take over is slated for December 13, which Britney reportedly plans to attend.