Britney’s lawyers asked Commissioner Scott Gordon today for “visitation in a therapeutic setting.” They devised a “creative way” of treating her bipolar disorder so she wouldn’t have to commit herself and wanted the kids to be able to visit her. Her request was denied. Boo-ya! Britney’s visitation rights will remain the same. That is to say, no visitation rights.
Once again, Britney did not show up at her hearing that she requested. Actually, Britney did show up. She drove her Benz to the courthouse, but left shortly after replaying an earlier incident in which she did the exact same thing.
It’s doubtful anyone feels sorry for Britney Spears now. She’d rather drive around with Adnan and hit up gas station restrooms than secure visitation with her kids. As her kids grow older, they’ll discover mommy was content to ditch them for Frappuccinos and sex. The fact that their mother thinks they’re worth less than Starbuck’s iced coffee — granted, that stuff is expensive! — may have a profound impact on their lives; crippling their psychological development. I mean, that’s if being dropped on their heads by Britney doesn’t do it first.