Court may expose K-Fed's court papers
Things aren't looking too good for Britney Spears when it comes to the court battle with ex-hubby Kevin Federline. As we have reported, Federline evidently filed papers requesting full custody of his sons with Britney.
When K-Fed filed the papers he had them sealed from the media, but on Tuesday a judge agreed to hear arguments that could allow the media to be involved in the private case.
Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Scott Gordon set a September 14 hearing date for lawyers from celebrity magazine People and local television station KNBC to argue that court records should be made public.
Lawyers for Spears and Federline oppose the idea and on July 30, when the couple's divorce was finalized, their attorneys won a conditional order to keep the records sealed. That order stays in place for now.
A separate hearing on modifying the child custody arrangement was set for September 17.