Britney Spears' Lawyers Ask To Quit Custody Case
January 3, 2008 at 6:46 AM (PT)
BRITNEY SPEARS' lawyers in her custody battle with ex-husband KEVIN FEDERLINE are quitting.
The law firm TROPE and TROPE asked a court WEDNESDAY to be relieved as SPEARS' attorneys. The firm says there's been a "breakdown" in communication with the star that makes representing her "impossible," according to the filing, obtained by CELEBTV.COM.
A message left with a publicist for SPEARS' record label, by the AP, was not immediately returned.