Amidst all the insanity Britney Spears has been doing during her on-going custody battle, the mother of two, in another dose of bad news, got herself slapped with a restraining order.
The LAPD officers issued a temporary restraining order for Britney last Thursday night, January 3 following her brief custody standoff, ordered her to stay at least 100 feet from ex-husband Kevin Federline.
The order, which was issued due to what was cited as "emergency protective order," was enforced for five business days, ended Wednesday, January 9. K-Fed's lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan did confirm the restraining order, said it was issued mainly to "stabilize the situation."
Declined to say whether he would seek to extend the restraining order, which he didn't request, Kaplan revealed "Kevin doesn't want to keep his kids from being involved in [Spears's] life. But foremost is that the kids be in an environment of structure [and] stability. The next goal is to get things to a point where both parents are able to participate fully in their [children's] lives."
LAPD spokesman Mike Lopez, elsewhere, explained that the person placed under the restraining order "would have to stay approximately 100 feet from the other person, or face arrest" added "In most cases, it's issued by officers when there's the possibility of imminent and immediate danger to the victim."