Britney Spears denied custody of her kids AGAIN!
Commissioner Scott Gordon made his ruling today in the Britney Spears/ Kevin Federline custody battle, and Britney has failed to regain custody of her two sons.
Spears will however get to see Sean Preston and Jaden James two days of the week, once for a supervised day visit and the other for a supervised overnight stay.
Federline will remain full custody for now.
The commish also ruled that Britney has to make some minor items fixed soon such as child proofing her pool.
Britney's court appointed parenting coach Lisa Hacker's report seemed to have a lot to do with Gordon's ruling.
The report said that Britney doesn't interact with her kids almost acting as if they aren't there most of the time. She did, however, say that she feels Britney "loves her children and the children are bonded."
Hacker was concerned that Spears didn't seem to have "child-centered" interactions, according to the ruling.
The "environment at the house ranged from chaotic to almost somber with little communication at all," Hacker reported, according to the ruling.
During all three of her visits, Spears "rarely engaged with the children in either conversation or play," Hacker said in her report.
Hacker also reported that Spears seemed to have a "lack of general attention at times" but added there was nothing she "would characterize as abusive in a traditional sense."