Here comes one good news for Britney Spears after all the bad ones. The pop star reportedly will get back her visitation rights of children.
Thanks to ex-husband Kevin Federline who is said "doesn't want his ex out of the parenting picture," but does sent his attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan to court this week as a wakeup call for his former wife. "Kevin believes it's the only way she'll start paying attention to her responsibilities, by making her feel the consequences of shirking them," E! Online quoted an insider as saying.
Confirmed that Brit is now "in compliance" with the judge's order, Kaplan said "She has complied with the part of the order (causing the suspension). I expect that visitation will be reinstated." He, furthermore, revealed that the mother of two could see sons Sean Preston and Jayden James before the next scheduled custody hearing October 26th.
Spears visitation rights were suspended Thursday morning October 18th because she's not complying with court orders for drug testing in her custody battle with K-Fed. She's claimed to have failed to provide contact info to the people who were supposed to conduct the random drug tests.