Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Press Release from Michael Sands, Spokesman for Mark Vincent Kaplan, Divorce Atty. for Kevin Federline

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 6, 2006

PRESS RELEASE
KEVIN FEDERLINE DINES OUT WITH MARK VINCENT KAPLAN

Beverly Hills, Ca. - Kevin Federline dines out with his divorce attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan at Mastro's Steakhouse in Beverly Hills, Tuesday evening.

Upon leaving the restaurant Kevin was met and interviewed by EXTRA and E! which will air Wednesday. Life and Style, and the Sun asked questions and Kevin responded to them, while a reporter from People Magazine looked on. They all were interested about what Kevin was up to with his career and treated him with much respect.

This brought an instant smile to Kevin's face, when he asked his first questions, according to Michael Sands, Spokesman for Mark Vincent Kaplan, the divorce attorney for Kevin Federline.

Questions like, where do you see yourself in a year? Kevin smiled and responded, "Making movies!" Are you comfortable with your new image? Kevin smiled and said, "Yes, I am."

Kevin said, that he was very happy and moving forward with his career. He also said he had offers on the table that he was considering being involved in but will consider which ones to accept as he spoke to E! and Extra. Kevin mentioned that he is glad to be back in Los Angeles.

He was wearing a fabulous well-stated sport jacket with open collar shirt... gone were his signature gold chains that he wore around his neck.

Mark Vincent Kaplan, his divorce attorney explained that Kevin is a good person and it is unfortunate that people distort the truth without knowing Kevin. I believe, if you know Kevin as I do, you would think the world of him.

Kevin would like full legal and full physical custody of his sons.

Please submit any questions you may want answered. We will answer as soon as possible.

Michael Sands, Spokesman for Mark Vincent Kaplan, Divorce Atty. for Kevin Federline

Source: tmz.com

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's good to see Kevin moving forward.

Anonymous said...

What an odd press release. It's like Mark Vincent's spokesman was a beginner/amateur. Never the less nice to know that Kevin is in good spirits and pursuing his dreams.

Anonymous said...

It really doesn't proivde any new information.

Except about the jacket.

Anonymous said...

lol

Anonymous said...

Hey! I want to see him in his jacket!

Anonymous said...

That's rediculous......."gone are his white t-shirts and gold chains" yeah only because he wants to look better to get more money and the kids.........come on. The damage is done to his career. Any attempt to change his appearance is a blatant attempt to look better in the court's eyes and slavage any chance at a career since he can't hang off of britney's cottails........Just open up a dance studio of something and give up being in the limelight man.

Anonymous said...

A divorce lawyer staging a dinner for his client, and issuing a press release? What next, K-Bred's proctologist conducting a press conference to discuss where he found K-Bred's head?

Anonymous said...

This is frickin' weird. I've never heard of a lawyer releasing anything to the press like this.

Anonymous said...

don't you know the sales on his cd are up and it's in major stores.

Anonymous said...

Like the court is going to believe this turnabout? How come it only happens after his money-train decided she wanted out? What happened to "This is who I am and I'll never change!" huh?
And it is shady & odd that his lawyer is drumming up publicity...normal lawful proceedings do not go about like that! It seems Mr. Kaplan & Mr. Federline are trying to paint "All I care about is my kids...yadayada" Obviously, that is not the true case as all of these amazing changes and thoughts would have occured while he was still with Ms. Spears and/or Ms. Jackson. He had no worries or problems until his lifestyle was put in jepardy.

Anonymous said...

so what does that have to do with anything relevant?

Anonymous said...

the trained monkey steps out...his lawyer is prolly keeping him on a short leash...





the conspiracy theorist

Anonymous said...

For the record, I have never seen lawyers invite press to their after dinner meeting. Most people prefer to stay out of the press at such times.
Kevin is being told to do this and that so that it projects a certain way while Britney is out celebrating her new found freedom. The fact that his lawyer is now saying, "While Britney is out partying, my client..." is quite telling how this is going to proceed. They are going to try and paint Britney as an unfit and unstable person, while Kevin is a saint. Obviously, there is no SUBSTANTIATED proof of those claims otherwise a motion would already be filed.

The last 2 years are going to be looked at when it comes to the children, not just recent behaviors. Yes, they count, but primary care for the last 15 months holds more weight. If Britney is not harming her children (and partying while they're asleep and not wearing panties does not count as harm)then they are not going to be taken away from her by any means. Most judges do not sign a removal of custody order unless DCFS summits one. Nor is she going to not recieve custody, although if Kevin can prove there is no reason for him not to share custody she will most likely get joint. DCFS does not investigate parents for parting or fashion choices. If she was truly infit or unstable, much more than snarky comments would have been issued.

Anonymous said...

DCFS does not investigate parents for parting or fashion choices. If she was truly infit or unstable, much more than snarky comments would have been issued.


Make an ass out of yourself often? That insipid slut is now under investigation.

Anonymous said...

"Joint custody" is a very difficult thing to be managed, even in very cooperative situations. More and more families are moving towards a more consequitive custody model, with babies staying with moms and as children age, especially boys, spending more time with their fathers. I suspect that Britney will remain primary caretaker for a while, with Kevin getting a strong and organized visitation plan.

Men still have an uphill battle in the arena, since there is a long history of non-support. Until the 1990s and laws concerning child support were firmly enforced only 1 out of every three Dads paid ANY child support. In the 1990 Dad's started fighting harder for equal rights in planning for their children.

- SETPC (Social Education through Pop Culture)

Anonymous said...

As far as the investigation is going, it ain't happening. Social Services has REAL cases they have to look after.

Anonymous said...

Make an ass out of yourself often? That insipid slut is now under investigation.

Actually, no I don't and it speaks volumes about youself that you call people names that you don't know.

People she is NOT under investigation at the moment! Agian, DCFS DOES NOT investigate for any other reason except that the children are in danger from abuse, neglect, or something of the sort. They "investigated" (it was more of a 'let me check and see what goes on' type thing) when the baby driving incident happened and then checked up on them agian twice. Once b/c the child fell out of the highchair and once as a second visit.
DCFS has no legit reason to investigate her for any of those claims. Claims made b/c a person's clothing choices and nightlife, unless directly effecting the children, are not investigated!

Agian, she is not currently being investigated b/c of her recent behavior due to the fact that her children are not in any danger!

Anonymous said...

Anyone who thinks this is a DCFS case is way out of touch with what's going on in the world.

Anonymous said...

I have a question:

I think when the child is growing up, it is important for him/her to be surrounded by family. It can come in other forms, such as aunts, uncles, grandparents, and close firends. It is hard to be a single parent with two baby boys so I want to know how Kevin is planning on handling it. I know when I have a child, I would want my parents to be around to help me raise them and help me take care of the house. I know Kevin can afford to hire people to do that, but is he also looking to getting help from his family?

Also, is he worried about how this could affect his next relationship? It's harder to find someone who would be willing to take on your past history too, but maybe that's just getting old-fashion and is not such a big deal anymore.


~kaylin