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Dr. Phil attempts to cash on Britney Spears troubles

The TV shrink Dr. Phil McGraw visited Britney Spears in the hospital, tries to make a show out of it.

Dr. Phil attempts to cash on Britney Spears troubles How bad Britney Spears has it is evident of how hard could Dr. Phil kick you in the sack. The famous TV shrink reportedly visited Britney Spears at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A. on Saturday for what could be described only as a rating-hunt, although some reports claim that Dr. Phil was asked to visit Britney at the psych ward by concerned relatives. "My meeting with Britney and some of her family members this morning in her room at Cedars leaves me convinced more than ever that she is in dire need of both medical and psychological intervention. I am very concerned for her," said Dr. Phil McGraw in a statement to "Entertainment Tonight" on Saturday night.

 Allegedly Britney Spears, who was already packing her bags to leave the medial facility, and Dr. Phil spent over an hour talking, then he escorted her out of the hospital. McGraw is currently filming a special on the troubled pop star, which is scheduled to air on Wednesday, and he is desperately trying to convince Britney Spears to appear on the show.

 Britney Spears was admitted to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Friday, after a melt-down and stand-off with the police for refusing to hand off her two sons to ex Kevin Federline, who has the custody of the two youngsters. She was supposed to spend 72 hours under observations, but doctors decided that she no longer presents a danger to herself or others and released Spears on Saturday. According to TMZ, during her stay, Britney Spears terrorized the hospital staff, screaming at them to release her and refused to follow the doctors' orders.

 Published on 01/06/2008

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