Believe it or not, the courtroom saga of Britney Spears’ custody battle isn’t even close to being over. This time, child welfare investigators are stepping in.
The Department of Children and Family Services is looking into “multiple child abuse and neglect allegations” against the “Toxic” singer. Yesterday, court documents were released that confirmed the investigatory status.
Let’s just be honest… Britney Spears isn’t known for being easy to work with, or even manageable at times. But the thought of a younger, hipper girl taking her place was all she needed to get motivated.
The “Gimme More” singer reportedly didn’t initially show up for her “Piece of Me” video shoot.
As Britney Spears celebrated another year of life yesterday, she got to frolic around town with her sons Jayden James and Sean Preston. She took turns holding them, and pulling them in their wagon, and they actually looked happy for once.
And in her professional life, the “Toxic” singer just pulled the plug on a possible cover story for Rolling Stone. Contrary to popular thought, it may have been a good move.
As if it wasn’t complicated enough already, one of Britney Spears’ friends failed to appear for his deposition hearing, setting everything back another month.
The “Gimme More” singer’s close friend Sam Lufti was subpoenaed back on November 7th and ordered to give an account of her behavior. But as of yesterday (his scheduled deposition date) he was a no-show.
It’s no secret that Britney Spears has had a rough go at it in court. But in a surprising move, the Los Angeles Superior Court actually helped Brit maintain her dignity.
The LA court issued a 72-page document that chronicles her custody battle with ex-husband Kevin Federline. However, numerous pages of sensitive material were deleted and considered “sealed and removed.”
There was plenty of Britney Spears to go around last night, as the pop tart and numerous body doubles took to Los Angeles restaurant and nightclub Social Hollywood to shoot the music video for "Piece of Me".
Wearing identical blond bob wigs and black trench coats, the gang filmed takes while piling in and out of a silver Mercedes SUV.