Surprise! Britney Spears and Kevin Federline had an unscheduled custody hearing today in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
Both attorneys were present in the courtroom, but would not comment about what they discussed, neither would a spokesperson for the Courts.
Last week, Commissioner Scott Gordon amended his original order and allowed Brit Brit to have one night a week of overnight visitation with her sons.
Both Spears and Federline must appear before the Commish on Oct. 26 for another hearing on custody.
(Another) Surprise Hearing in the Brit/K-Fed Custody Case
Wednesday October 17, 2007
Kevin Federline's attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, called for an ex-parte hearing in Federline and Britney Spears' ongoing custody battle this morning in Los Angeles Superior Court. Spears' attorneys were notified, and legal representatives for both parties were present by 9:20 a.m. Judge Scott M. Gordon sealed the courtroom, which let out an hour later.
Though Spears and Federline were not present today, they are required to be in court for their next scheduled hearing on October 26. (Hopefully, by then, Brit will be over her tiff with her judge.)
Currently, Federline has custody of their sons, Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1. Spears has been given visitation rights, including a hard-won overnight visit, but she must be supervised by a court-appointed monitor. Additionally, she has been ordered by the court to submit to drug tests, and attend counseling and parenting classes.