Britney Spears visitation rights halted after drug test failure

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  • Britney Spears banned from seeing children after failure to complete drug tests

    BRITNEY SPEARS’ REPUTATION as a mother took another hit yesterday as she was banned from seeing her two young sons after failing to complete random drug tests.

    LA judge, Scott Gordon, suspended all contact with Sean Preston, 2, and one-year-old Jayden until she complies with court orders.

    The blow will be another setback in Britney’s fight to regain custody of her kids, and may jeopardise her chances when she returns to court in a week’s time.

    One of the main reasons she lost custody of her children in the first place was because she failed to make herself available for court-ordered random drug tests.

    Meanwhile, Hugh Hefner has offered the troubled popstrel a spot in Playboy magazine when she turns her life around.

    He says: ‘I have only heartfelt concern for her situation… I hope her career gets back on track, I hope her personal life gets back on track. If that happens, we’ll be happy to have her in the magazine.’

    The ageing womaniser reportedly offered Britney $400,000 to be photographed, but it wasn’t enough to convince her.

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