Britney Spears Improved Her Situation
Britney Spears and ex-husband Kevin Federline were able to agree on modifying their custody agreement to allow her more time to visit with her sons. The decision resulted from a closed-door hearing between Spears and Federline and their lawyers Tuesday morning in Los Angeles family court.
Overnight visits would still be prohibited, and K-Fed is retaining primary custody. Brit may have settled down a bit, but let's not get crazy. You know she still requested Judge Judy try the case. She likes Judy because she sees her on the TV.
Brit's parents were rooting for her in court. Conservator dad Jamie Spears and mom Lynne Spears released a statement via court spokesperson that noted, "We are so pleased with Britney's progress, and we are very appreciative of the court's recognition of this progress."
Federline's mouthpiece, the very vocal Mark Vincent Kaplan, chalks up Britney's getting a partial grip on reality with help from her dad for the improved arrangement.
"We all know over the last few months what was a seemingly daily situation in extreme flux has been stabilized," Kaplan said outside the courtroom. "We see there are not daily events occurring that made it very difficult to have any kind of grounding or believing that an environment that was best for the children was consistent across both homes."
Jamie's conservatorship takes a lot of "uncertainty out of play," he added.
Another hearing is scheduled for July 15, at which time the progress of the new arrangement will be examined.
Hopefully, their sons, Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1, will know who she is by then. Right now, she's "sloppy lady in the hoodie."
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