Tony Barretto, a former bodyguard of Spears was prepared to testify at the Federline- Spears custody hearing about nudity and drug use at Britney's home. However, Barretto's lawyer, Gloria Allred, said that her client was not questioned by the attorneys. Instead, Barretto's comments were filed with the court.
Barretto, worked for Spears from the time she left a rehabilitation clinic in March until May 17, 2007. "Our client was prepared to testify on issues of nudity by Ms. Spears, drug use, and safety issues involving the children post-rehab," Allred said. Federline is represented by Mark V. Kaplan. Spears was represented by Laura Wasser and now is being represented by Mel Goldman.
A web site for "Entertainment Tonight" claims that the FBI is looking into death threats against Federline. The FBI apparently relayed the information to the LAPD which was unable to confirm the allegations and closed the case.
Sounds like just another bitter long drawn out custody battle to us here at Legal Pub!
Update 9-19-07: Both parties were ordered to refrain from alcohol use in front of children. Britney must undergo weekly alcohol and drug testing.