Brit Wins Back Visits With Sons

Pop mom spotted tooling around town with kids, presumably buckled in seat belts
By Colleen Barry,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 22, 2007 2:55 AM CDT
Brit Wins Back Visits With Sons
This court document released by the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, shows a court order dated Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2007, suspending Britney Spears visitation with her minor children. (AP Photo/Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles)   (Associated Press)

The mother of all custody battles has won back visitation rights with her two young sons. Pop princess Britney Spears was spotted over the weekend driving with the boys and another adult believed to be her court-appointed monitor. Spears' visitation rights, which she lost last week, were expected to be restored because she's back in compliance with court orders, said a spokesman for her ex-husband, who offered no further details.

Spears reportedly lost visitation rights last week because she couldn't be reached on a cell phone she maintained specifically for court-related matters. A source claims Britney's cell phone reception was poor. It's unclear whether Brit's restored visitation rights extend to the supervised overnight visits the judge had approved earlier. (Read more Britney Spears stories.)

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