K-Fed moves to have Britneys visitation rights cut off completely till April

January 12th, 2008 - 5:06 pm ICT by admin  

A file-photo of Britney Spears

Washington , Jan 12 (ANI): Britney Spears visitation rights to her sons might be cut off completely until the next trial of her custody case against ex-hubby Kevin Federline in April.

According to a source, Mark Vincent Kaplan, K-Feds attorney, is going to ask the court on Jan 14 that Spears’ visitation rights be cut off completely until the trial in April, reports Usmagazine.com.

“That means no interaction with the kids until then,” added the source.

The LAPD officers, firefighters and paramedics who arrived at Britneys home when she refused to hand over her kids, will also be testifying at the custody hearing.

“The emergency personnel will describe what transpired that night,” the source said.

Kaplan is sure that this time it wont be possible for Britney to regain the visitation rights.

“It’s a very short time since the events of Thursday and certainly I have seen nothing that has caused me to believe that there are dynamics in play now that will change my mind about the orders we sought, Kaplan told People.

Federline was temporarily given the sole legal and physical custody of sons, Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1, after the Toxic singer was hospitalized, following her breakdown.

Even her family attorney Lynn Soodik, who’s not involved in the case, is sure that Spears will not be given visitation rights owing to the recent events in her life.

“At the next hearing, it’s extremely unlikely Spears will get visitation restored to what she had. One argument she could present is that the standoff was due to a medically treatable reason, and that she’s now treating that problem, Soodik said.

“On the other hand, it’s a terrible thing to keep children away from their mother. The courts will have to weigh that against the trauma of another possible standoff situation, she added. (ANI)

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