She hasn’t seen her boys Jayden James and Sean Preston since the beginning of January when she was hauled off to the mental ward at Cedars-Sinai Hospital. But according Kevin Federline’s lawyer, Britney Spears will be reunited with her kids “soon, very soon.”
The “Gimme More” singer’s lawyers, along with Mark Vincent Kaplan (K-Fed’s attorney) spent hours hammering out a structured visitation arrangement this week.
Now that Britney Spears’ parents are in the picture, her ex-husband Kevin Federline sounds like he’s hopeful to get the “Gimme More” singer back in the lives of their two sons.
In a custody hearing held earlier today at the Los Angeles Superior Court, lawyers for both Brit and K-Fed (along with Jamie Spears by virtue of his co-conservator status) sat down and tried to wade through the murky water surrounding the case.
In was father-daughter time for the Spears family, as Jamie Spears played escort to troubled daughter Britney - with the two heading out to grab dinner at Club Social in Hollywood on Saturday night (February 16).
According to onlookers, "The two were mobbed by paparazzi hoards desperate to get photos of the dolled up pop star. The situation spun out of control at one point, as photogs jostled for vantage positions. From there, a fight broke out leading to the arrest of a belligerent paparazzo."
When she released ‘Blackout’ back on October 30th, 2007 we were all excited about the prospect of seeing Britney Spears live. And now it sounds like we may get a chance to do just that.
Yesterday, the “Stronger” singer was spotted at Millennium Dance Studio in Los Angeles, California. She’s been spending all kinds of time there as of late, and according to an insider, there’s good reason.