LA court rules against videotaping of Britney’s custody battle

November 14th, 2007 - 2:55 am ICT by admin  
Spears’ lawyer Thomas Dunlap argued that the singer faces the ‘risk of undue embarrassment’ if the material is made available on the net.

K-Fed’s lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan said that a videotaping is essential to give a glimpse of Spears’ deposition demeanour.

“Yes could be no, and green could be black,” E! Online quoted Kaplan, as saying.

However, LA Superior Court Commissioner Scott M. Gordon ruled against Kaplan.

A date is yet to be set for the singer’s deposition, which is a strategy used by Kaplan to ensure that the ruling is in favour of his client.

Kaplan said that they have been trying almost for a year now to get the singer to appear for deposition.

“I ask the court to please order [Spears] to show for deposition. We’ve been trying for almost one year,’ he said. (ANI)

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