No visitation rights for Britney Spears
After an eventful five minutes at the courthouse on Monday, Britney Spears was denied any visitation rights with her two sons.
The court commissioner heard testimony from two LAPD cops, Lisa Hacker - a parenting coach; Lonnie Jones - a bodyguard and Pamela Strong - the court monitor who witness Spears holding his kids hostage on January 3rd and others.
The ruling came at the end of the day that Britney would not be allowed to see her kids until at least February 19th when another hearing will be held.
Britney's hearing started at 9:30am PST, but she didn't show up until around 1:00pm PST. As we have previously reported, she was only there for about 5 minutes and never made it into the court room.
"Move back. I'm scared. Stop it. Stop it. I want to get back in the car. Just stop it. Let me get in the car, please," Britney told photographers.
Spears evidently met with her lawyers in an underground tunnel where Britney told them she was not up for testifying.
After leaving the court room, Brit-Brit went to church then hit up the shopping mall before returning home.