Britney Spears will not regain custody of her kids just yet, she's instead granted three monitored visits a week with her two small sons.
Britney Spears' bid for custody of her two young sons has been denied.
Superior Court Commissioner Scott Gordon issued a court's ruling Tuesday October 30th, stated in it that Spears will not regain custody of her kids just yet, and is instead granted three times monitored visits a week; two from noon to 7 p.m. and one from noon to 10 a.m. the next morning, with sons Sean Preston and Jayden James.
Spears, in addition to the monitored visits, is required to continue meeting with a court-appointed parenting coach, and she and former husband Kevin Federline are ordered to figure out holiday schedules with the kids. The ruling, moreover, states Spears must put her sons in car seats when they are being driven.
The court's ruling also cited some details of an October 19th report submitted by parenting coach Lisa Hacker about her observations of Spears with her children. Click the link above to read all the details concerning Britney's custody.