Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Britney Spears Loses Visitation Rights

In breaking news, Britney Spears has lost visitation rights with her two sons, Jayden James and Sean Preston.

K-Fed’s lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan, talked L.A. County Commissioner Scott Gordon into ruling on Wednesday: Petitioner’s (Britney’s) visitation with the minor children is suspended pending Petitioner’s compliance with the court orders.

Apparently, the troubled pop tart hasn’t been following all of her obligations to the court - so she will not be allowed time with the boys until her next court date on October 26th.

In other Britney news, more details concerning her new album are coming forth.

Apparently, Brit enlisted the help of megaproducer Pharrell Williams to pen a tender song called “Why Should I Be Sad. And the tune deals with her devastation over the demise of her marriage to Kevin Federline.

A source told press, “The song is definitely about Britney and Kevin’s relationship when they were married. Britney entertains the idea that she stayed home taking care of the kids while Kevin was out partying. The track ... will be very revealing for her fans.

Of Spears, Williams said,At the end of the day she is a sweet person. She’s just made a couple of decisions that none of us would necessarily agree with, but you try being that age and living under that kind of pressure. I wish her well. I pray for her. I hope she fares well throughout all of this craziness.


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