Britney Spears and Kevin Federline will meet with a judge today to give a progress report on their custody battle. L.A. Superior Court Commissioner Scott Gordon will receive testimony from several custody experts. The outlook doesn’t look good for Britney, but she may make some ground on her visitation rights. People reports:
The judge is not expected to reinstate the 50-50 custody arrangement that was in place before the judge stripped Spears of custody and allowed only visitation.
“At best, she may get unmonitored visits and more overnight privileges,” says family law attorney Scott Weston, who’s not involved with either party. “This case is still in the early stages and could go on for months.”
Knowing she has to be on her best behavior, a monitored Britney spent most of yesterday afternoon with her children. She took them to a pumpkin patch then to Swings N’Things, according to Us Magazine:
“She wanted a swing set for her boys for her house in Malibu,” an employee told Usmagazine.com. “She was nice to me. There was just so much commotion.”
Britney Spears and Kevin Federline will reconcile and get back together. That’s my prediction. Somebody carve that into a mountain for me. It will be the ultimate publicity move for Britney’s new album. She’ll pull her shit together and decide to tour. K-Fed will move back in and the kids will go back to being cared for by a nanny while Mommy and Daddy make Cheetos-fueled amateur porn. And all will be right with the world. You know, until Lindsay Lohan squeezes out a kid. Then it’s Armageddon, baby.