Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Oops Britney Spears Does It Again, In Fact, Does it Multiple Times According to Tony Barretto Update: 10-2-07


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.

The next hearing will likely be in November.

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.
Update 10-2-07: Apparently due to failure to comply with drug and alcohol testing, Britney has been ordered to turn over primary custody of the two children to Kevin.

8 comments:

jimmie d. said...

These celebrates think too much of themselves. Why our their custody cases any more important than the rest of us ordinary people?


Jimmie D.

Legal Pub said...

Britney Spears' case is no more important than anyone else's case. However, for some strange reason, Britney seems to be of interest to a lot of folks. Whereas, most people do not care about the other 10,000 custody cases pending.

Must be the power of the media, Jimmie. But if you want to talk about your case here, by all means, feel free to do so.

Ron said...

This case is getting plenty of TV coverage. I saw that Barretto was fired by Spears and this might influence his views....and then again maybe that's the only reason he is telling the truth.

I think Britney Spears needs to fade away like others who have had their time in the limelight and are no longer interesting to the public.

ginger said...

I agree, Britney needs to fade away...


Ginger

Anonymous said...

Something about Britney that still makes me tingle all over...

Larry

Anonymous said...

That tingling sensation is the same thing you get with sciatica. It gets real nasty as time goes on...


Joline

Legal Pub said...

The evening after the judges order, Britney was apparently seen at a party. (Now that does not necessarily mean she was drinking...)

Anonymous said...

Brit was just celebrating her recent court victory?