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BRITNEYS CUSTODY DRAMA NOT OVER YET

July 26, 2008 | Photos | editor | 0 Comments

Both TMZ and Us magazine are reporting right now that the child custody settlement that Kevin Federline and Britney Spears agreed to last week has been finalized and will be signed in less than an hour.  TMZ even has the story under the headline, "Case Closed".  But OK! magazine is claiming this isn’t over yet.  They say Britney’s dad – who has final legal authority over all of Britney’s affairs – does not like the deal and will not sign it.  

…sources tell OK! that Brit's dad, Jamie Spears, who has been acting as her court-ordered conservator for several months and who has final say over all her legal and financial matters, isn't happy with the agreement and is refusing to sign off on the settlement.Both parties are expected back in court today at 2 p.m. PST for an emergency hearing with family court Commissioner Scott Gordon, who had been expected to make the settlement official several days ago.

The original deal had Kevin retaining sole legal and physical custody over both children, with Britney only getting set visitation rights.  So it's not surprising her dad would fight that.  It doesn’t exactly make her look like a gold medal winning mom.  I think a good way for her to change her image would be if she did a magic trick where she started out chained to this table under this great big saw, and then the saw comes crashing down and you’re all like OH NO, but then you look over and you see Britney in a chair right in the middle of the audience.  HOW DID SHE DO THAT?!?!?

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