Britney Spears Files Emergency Visitation Motion
October 11, 2007 at 2:39 PM (PT)
BRITNEY SPEARS filed an emergency court motion seeking to expand visitation rights with her children, the lawyer for ex-husband KEVIN FEDERLINE said WEDNESDAY. FEDERLINE lawyer MARK VINCENT KAPLAN told THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that he received the motion WEDNESDAY and will be in court TODAY (10/11).
KAPLAN did not elaborate on what SPEARS was seeking, but criticized the motion, pointing out that the judge's decision was barely a week old. "I don't see any emergency or any new facts" in the case, KAPLAN said in a telephone interview. "We are going to oppose this."
KAPLAN said FEDERLINE would not be in court. "When there is something of substance being addressed, he'll be there," KAPLAN said.
SPEARS showed up for the hearing and was granted one overnight visit with the kids, per week, for now, according to TMZ.com.