Posts Tagged ‘Domestic Disputes’

Britney Spears’ Kids – What about Child Protective Services?

February 20th, 2008 | Posted in Celebrity Justice, Local Issues, National Issues by Seth Bloom | No Comments »

britneymtv.jpgWell, Britney Spears’ two boys have not seen their mother since mid-January, and it’s not clear if they are going to be able to be near their mom anytime soon.  Reuters reports that the Commissioner (aka judge) presiding over the Kevin Federline – Britney Spears custody fight has denied her request to alter his ruling from last month and there’s not any word on when that bar to Britney having any access to her boys will change. 

Still, despite all the news stories – drug use, bipolar disorder, rehab, 5150 stays, reckless driving – where’s Child Protective Services in all this?  Shouldn’t they be involved here?  Continue Reading »

Britney Spears – What If Her Dad’s the Bad Guy?

February 6th, 2008 | Posted in Celebrity Justice by Seth Bloom | 1 Comment »

britney_spears2.jpgIt’s not news that Britney Spears hasn’t been close with her parents, and that she doesn’t trust her dad, Jamie Spears.  What if Jamie Spears is an evildoer, and Britney’s right to distrust him?  Right now, he’s acting as conservator of Britney’s $40 million estate….

The New York Times and the BBC report that Los Angeles County Superior Court Commissioner Reva Goetz ordered a psychiatric determination on Monday, to determine if Britney Spears is capable of making her own decisions.  This means that Commissioner Goetz has appointed a mental health professional of her choosing, to evaluate Britney and thereafter, report his/her professional findings back to the Court.  His deadline?  February 13.

Why did Commissioner Goetz order this on Monday?  She’s already placed Britney in a mental health facility, and she’s already ordered Jamie Spears and local attorney Andrew Wallet to act as co-conservators of Britney’s affairs.  

What if Britney’s Dad, Jamie Spears, is the Bad Guy – and now, he’s got her checkbook? Continue Reading »

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