remains banned from visiting her sons
A Los Angeles judge refused
Monday to restore Britney Spears' right to visit her two sons.
Court Commissioner Scott Gordon ruled on Monday to keep in
effect an order suspending Britney Spears' right to visit her
two sons and keeping them in the custody of ex-husband Kevin
Federline, after a day-long of closed door testimony. The judge
listened to witness accounts of the recent incident, when
Britney Spears refused to hand over the kids to Kevin Federline
and led a standoff with the police until hospitalized. According
to reports, testimony has been given by the K-Fed' bodyguard who
went to pick-up the kids, the police officers involved in the
standoff, as well as Kevin Federline himself. Britney appeared
briefly at the courthouse on Monday, but never went inside and
left shortly after. Neither Kevin Federline nor Britney Spears
were required to attend the custody hearing.
"The word victory is not something Mr.
Federline or his counsel would ascribe to this. There is no joy.
This is a grave situation for all," was the comment by
Federline's attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan, after the judge ruled
against Britney Spears. Another hearing was scheduled for