Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Britney's bodyguard served in custody battle

Britney's Bodyguard Served Papers in Custody Battle
TUESDAY AUGUST 14, 2007 12:30 PM EDT
By Marla Lehner

Britney Spears's bodyguard, Daimon Shippen, was served with a deposition subpoena related to the singer's ongoing custody battle with her ex-husband, Kevin Federline, a source confirms to PEOPLE.

The papers were delivered to Shippen late Monday night just as he got out of his parked car in Santa Monica, Calif.

Shippen is the second person in Spears's inner circle to be served with papers relating to the custody battle over the singer's sons with Federline, Sean Preston, 23 months, and Jayden James, 11 months.

Spears's close friend and frequent party pal, Alli Sims, 26, was served with a deposition subpoena at 2:30 a.m. on Sunday. Sims, who was attending a party with Spears at the time she was met by the process server, will be asked to give the court a statement about Spears's skills as a mother.

Sims told PEOPLE earlier this month that the singer is "a wonderful mom and she is so hands-on."

Source: people.com


Brit's Bodyguard Ordered to Testify in Custody Case
Tuesday August 14, 2007

Britney Spears’ former bodyguard Daimon Shippen was served with two subpoenas by Kevin Federline’s lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan on Monday night.

The subpoenas will require Shippen to testify in the couple's custody trial over sons Sean Preston, 23 months, and Jayden, 11 months.

Shippen was served late Monday night by the same process server who delivered a subpoena to Spears’ ex-assistant, Alli Sims, on Saturday night.

According to a source close to Federline, Shippen "was completely surprised to be served. He was dumbfounded and in a state of shock."

The Federline source believes that Shippen "is in a unique position having worked with Britney for a long time and has incredible knowledge of her parenting skills and comings and goings."

The insider adds that we can expect more people in her circle to be served.

"This is an ongoing operation," says the source.

Source: usmagazine.com

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm glad these people are being served deposition subpoenas. With that many the truth is going to come out, it would be tough to coordinate lies between multiple people.

The truth should come out, they're deciding the future of two innocent boys. We don't need to know the truth, but the judge does.

Anonymous said...

his weedman need to be served keeping on serving fedex you broke ass niggr will be sucking dick for money soon

Anonymous said...

he best stay in his house he could be shot out side the court house

Anonymous said...

fedex need t starting wearing BULLET PROOF NIGER COULD BE SHOT AT POINT BLANK POP

Kelly said...

>>>>>Anonymous said...

I'm glad these people are being served deposition subpoenas. With that many the truth is going to come out, it would be tough to coordinate lies between multiple people.

The truth should come out, they're deciding the future of two innocent boys. We don't need to know the truth, but the judge does.

12:29 PM<<<<<<

Yes that's exactly what I think too.

Anonymous said...

fedex need to starting wearing BULLET PROOF BASTERD COULD BE SHOT AT POINT BLANK

Anonymous said...

This could backfire and they can say everything is peaches and cream. Then what are they gonna do?