A source said that the two men were trying to gain control of the singer's affairs, although the exact nature of the order was not clear, according to AP.
The order also listed Jon Eardley, an attorney who once claimed to be Spears's legal representative and tried to get her conservatorship case moved to federal court.
Spears and her father did not renew a temporary restraining order that was issued against Lutfi last year. At the time, Spears's court-appointed attorney Samuel D. Ingham III issued a statement renouncing their friendship.
"Britney has made clear to everyone that she does not want to be further harassed or contacted in any way by Osama 'Sam' Lutfi, now or at any time in the future," Ingham announced.