Britney’s visitation rights reduced again

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  • Parenting coach says homelife with Britney is 'chaotic to almost sombre with little communication at all'

    BRITNEY SPEARS SUFFERED another blow yesterday after a judge ruled the star’s visitation rights with her children should be reduced.

    A parenting coach assessing the singer said Britney ‘rarely engaged with [her] children in either conversation or play’ whilst she was monitored spending time with her two boys.

    The report from the coach, Lisa Hacker, revealed that Britney’s behaviour had improved, but the advice was still enough for a judge to scale down the troubled star’s visitation time with sons Sean Preston, two and one-year-old Jayden James, to two days a week.

    Both visits will be monitored and can only take place from 12-7pm on one day and an overnight stay from 12pm to 10am on another day.

    Just to hammer the situation home, the parenting coach said: ‘The environment at the house ranged from chaotic to almost sombre with little communication at all.’

    She continued: ‘Unless Ms Spears realises the consequences of her behaviour and the impact it has on her children, nothing is going to be successful.’

    For now Britney’s ex, Kevin Federline, will maintain physical custody of their children and is seeking a final arrangement where he has primary custody of their sons.

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