Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Britney Spears Denied Extended Child Custody

Los Angeles Commissioner Scott Gordon handed down his ruling in the Britney Spears - Kevin Federline child custody case this week, and Britney was denied any further extended custody. is reporting that Britney was awarded just three visits per week: two visits from Noon to 7 PM and one overnight visit. Most importantly, the visits must be monitored.

In his ruling the Commissioner wrote that when Britney has the kids, "the environment at the house ranged from chaotic to almost somber with little communication at all."

He also said that "during all three of my visits, Ms. Spears rarely engaged with the children in either conversation or play."

The most damning evidence against Britney came from her parenting coach who said, "It seems that (her) choices are dependent more upon what she wants to do at any given time rather than what would be more enjoyable for the children."

The coach is also quoted saying that Britney also seems to have a "lack of general attention at times." However, the coach did say that she did not find anything she "would characterize as abusive in a traditional sense."

The coach further said that "the problem is that unless Ms. Spears realizes the consequences of her behavior and the impact that it has (on) her children, nothing is going to be successful."

Of course, it is also possible that the Commissioner was also persuaded by images like this of Britney exposing herself pantyless to the paparazzi.

There is also evidence like the following video from that reportedly shows Britney behaving badly while allegedly under the influence.

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Diesel said...

Wow. That video is like... wow.

McCafferty Himself said...

I am not sure if you are being sarcastic or not, but I do think the video shines a light into why she has been behaving like she does.

She simply does not have a lot of polish to her character. I doubt if she behaves a whole lot differently whether she is high or not.

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