These coming days, weeks, and even months surely seem long and tiring for Britney Spears since she has to undergo series of drug tests and parenting classes. Even longer and more tiring now that she's been ordered to be booked for suspicion of hit-and-run.
Despite all the negative publications surrounding her, Brit has surprisingly passed her random drug tests and already paid visit to parenting coach. "She's passed her random drug tests," her lawyer, Sorrell Trope, tells People. "There's been more than one. They came up negative."
And since "there have been no complaints" on her parenting coach, Trope said he believed his client's chances of regaining shared custody of sons Sean Preston and Jayden James are "good, based on the overall circumstances of the case."
The custody hearing for Brit and ex-husband Kevin Federline is still set for October 26th with both of them ordered to be present.
In other Britney news, Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Rebecca Omens has on Tuesday October 9th ordered the songbird to be booked at a Los Angeles police station in her hit-and-run case. The judge "ordered today in court that Britney must go to any L.A. police station for fingerprints and mug shots" before October 25th hearing, lawyer Michael J. Flanagan tells CelebTV.com. "She will do that, but I don't know when."
Brit could face up to six months in jail should she's found guilty of misdemeanor counts of hit and run and driving without a valid license, stemmed from an August 6th accident during which she smashed her car into another in a parking lot in the San Fernando Valley without leaving a note for the driver of the other vehicle or filing a police report.
Nevertheless, Flanagan said Brit is trying to work out a deal with California nurse Kim Robard-Rifkin whose car she hit. "Britney wants to make sure she is compensated for any damages [she] may have and would like to figure out what those damages are," the attorney told CelebTV.com.