“She’s doing great,” Asghari, 25, told TMZ on Tuesday. “Thank you for your concern.”
“She’s doing amazing,” Asghari continued before acknowledging the overwhelming support Spears, 37, has received from both celebrities and fans.
“Her fans are so amazing to be so concerned, but she’s doing great,” Asghari told the outlet. “Nobody needs to worry.”
Asghari’s interview comes after he and Spears were seen leaving The Montage Resort and Hotel in Beverly Hills on Easter Sunday.
“Britney is still receiving treatment but had a short break this weekend to enjoy Easter. She spent time with Sam,” a Spears family insider told PEOPLE, adding that friends and family are still concerned about the singer.
A separate source previously told PEOPLE that Spears is encouraged to keep up with some usual routines as part of the treatment process.
Her outing at the luxury L.A. hotspot is the second time she has been spotted out since the source told PEOPLE exclusively that she checked into a facility for “all-encompassing wellness treatment” earlier this month. Over a week ago, Spears got her hair done at an L.A. salon.
Over the last decade, the singer has “received treatment, seen a psychiatrist and other doctors,” a family source previously told PEOPLE, adding that Spears has been on board with her treatment plan. “This is something she wants to do.”
The medicine Spears was previously taking had lost some efficacy over time, PEOPLE has learned. As doctors weaned her off the old medicine cocktail and created a new, tweaked regimen, the adjustment period was challenging.
“She recognized she needed to focus on her own health and sought treatment,” a source close to the situation says. “No one forced her to go.”
Fans of the “Piece of Me” singer have questioned the star’s treatment and some even gathered Monday night in Los Angeles outside West Hollywood City Hall and demanding she is released.
Jamie Lynn, 28, did not directly address the protest but shared a throwback Instagram video early Tuesday featuring Britney being hounded by paparazzi as the two walked together.
“10 years ago, who was there?? I have been here long before anyone else, and I’ll be here long after,” the Zoey 101 alum captioned the post. “I love my sister with everything I have. So, anyone or anything that speaks to the contrary can [get the f— out of here] with all the comments about what you don’t understand.”
She continued, “Do not come for me or the ones I love anymore.”
In November 2018, Spears’ father became seriously ill after his colon spontaneously ruptured. Jamie’s hospitalization and subsequent surgeries have taken an emotional toll on his daughter, according to the Spears family insider, who recently told PEOPLE that she “was absolutely devastated and out-of-mind worried” when he first entered the hospital.
The insider adds that Spears’ father Jamie, who continues to recover from a life-threatening colon rupture, is “doing okay” health wise.
Late last year, the mother of two was gearing up for a return to the Las Vegas strip with her show Domination following her wildly successful Vegas show Britney: Piece of Me on tour that summer.
But in January, Spears announced that she was taking an indefinite break from work to support her father. “[My father and I] have a very special relationship and I want to be with my family at this time just like they have always been there for me,” she said in her statement to PEOPLE about halting her career.
The family insider also told PEOPLE that Spears has every right to take time off to focus on her mental health.
“To ask her to keep up with her shows while worrying about her dad is not anything the people that love her would ask,” the insider said.