Britney Spears has refused to visit Lynne Spears, her mother after flying from Louisiana to Los Angeles to try to make amends. 

PageSix reports Lynne, the 39-year old Toxic singer, is reported to have refused Lynne, aged 66, access to her home weeks prior to her conservatorship being ended by a Judge. 

Britney had accused Lynne in an Instagram posting earlier this month of orchestrating her 13-year conservatorship that her father managed. 

Britney shouted, “My dad doesn’t know enough to consider a conservatorship,” adding that Britney was furious and she added to Lynne’s post: “You’re exactly right.”

Don't Go Knockin' on My Door: Britney Spears has turned her mother Lynne Spears away from her LA home and is refusing to see her after a judge terminated her conservatorship

Britney Spears is refusing to meet Lynne Spears after she was terminated by a judge. 

PageSix received information from a source saying that Lynne was being denied admission. Lynne flew to Los Angeles a few weeks before her conservatorship expired to attempt to connect with Britney.

Britney refused to let Lynne enter her house. She’s furious at her. Lynne attempted to contact Britney for a few days, but she just stopped.

Britney accused her mother Lynne of ‘ruining’ her life in a since-deleted Instagram post this month, writing: ‘My dad may have started the conservatorship 13 years ago … but what people don’t know is that my mom is the one who gave him the idea.

Not welcome: Britney is seen in the garden of her LA home... where she is said to have turned away her mother Lynne Spears

Britney seen outside her LA house’s garden. She is believed to have turned down Lynne Spears. 

“I’ll never get these years back”

‘She secretly ruined my life … and yes I will call her and Lou Taylor out on it … so take your whole ‘I have NO IDEA what’s going on’ attitude and go f*** yourself!!!!’

Taylor used to be Spears’s business manager.

She continued: ‘You know exactly what you did … my dad is not smart enough to ever think of a conservatorship.’

Lynne Spears, in July, made a sworn declaration in support of Lynne’s daughter’s attempt to remove her father.

“It’s clear that James P. Spears cannot put the interests of my daughter above his own professional and personal needs,” she stated.  

Real villain? Britney accused her mother Lynne of 'ruining' her life in a since-deleted Instagram post this month (Lynne and ex husband Jamie pictured in 2012)

Real villain? Britney claimed that Lynne, her mother, ‘ruined’ her life through an Instagram post she posted this month. (Lynne with ex-husband Jamie are pictured in 2012). 

Jamie retorted, accusing Lynne being an absent mom and saying that Britney paid her $150,000 per year for the Louisiana mansion.

Jamie Spears said that Lynne, in stark contrast to Jamie, is not capable of putting the interests of her daughter above her own.

Lynne was absent from her daughter’s lives for the majority of the last twelve years.

“Despite their separation, the Conservatorship Estate has continued to pay and continue to pay the Conservatorship Estate for Lynne’s Louisiana mansion, which includes all her utilities, weekly maid service and maintenance. This total exceeds $150,000 annually and is close to $2,000,000 to date.

Britney made the accusations against her mother just weeks before the judge ended her conservatorship. 

Judge Penny announced her intention to end the controversial legal arrangement just two months ago. She fired Jamie Spears as star’s father, and $16,000-a month conservatorship boss, who ruled over his daughter’s future.

Jamie and Lynne Spears are seen in 2006 with their son Bryan and daughter Britney

Jamie and Lynne Spears, pictured in 2006 together with their son Bryan (and daughter Britney)

Britney’s attorney Mathew Rosegart informed Judge Penny, during Friday’s 30-minute hearing. He said that Britney has repeatedly testified in court and stated that she ‘wants to have her life back’ and that the conservatorship should end.

Rosengart noted that Jamie, her father, had also stated in court documents that the conservatorship should be ended without any exceptions or reservations.

Rosengart said that the conservatorship must end immediately. It is not possible to delay another minute.

Rosengart stated before the court that temporary conservator Zabel filed an earlier Friday ‘termination plan’ under seal. This detailed how he would tie up all administrative ends to the conservatorship over the coming weeks and then transfer any assets to Britney’s trust.

Britney’s conservatorship split in two: the estate and her person. Zabel is closing down the estate section of the conservatorship.

Supporters of the FreeBritney movement rally in support of musician Britney Spears for a conservatorship court hearing, outside the Stanley Mosk courthouse

The Stanley Mosk courthouse is where supporters of FreeBritney rallied in support Britney Spers, as they attend a conservatorship court hearing.

Jodi Montgomery, her long-time caregiver and conservator of her personal was in total agreement with the decision to dissolve the conservatorship.

According to Montgomery’s lawyer, Laurianne Wright, there is no reason Britney shouldn’t be able to live a fulfilled, happy life following the end of this conservatorship.

Jamie may now face major civil or criminal lawsuits after Rosengart accused him of mismanaging Jamie’s finances and profiting from her conservatorship. He also illegally monitored and electronic spyed on her even inside her bedroom.

Jamie was seen Friday at a Louisiana lumber yard.

At the Kentwood yard, where Britney was also born and still lives, the 69-year old was seen wearing cargo pants, a baseball hat, and a long-sleeved shirt.

Mathew Rosengart, attorney for Britney Spears, is seen on Friday outside the courthouse on Friday

Mathew Rosengart (an attorney representing Britney Spores) is seen Friday morning outside the courthouse