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Britney Spears Ordered Back to Court for Emergency Custody Hearing

November 14, 2007 (6:28 am) GMT
K-Fed has through his attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan asked for an emergency custody hearing Friday Nov 16th to further probe Britney Spears' decision to run a red light with sons in the car.

The meltdown continues. In another dose of bad news from the media darling , it has been reported that an emergency hearing has been scheduled for Friday November 16th to further probe the singer's decision to run a red light Thursday November 8th with young sons Jayden James and Sean Preston on the back seat of her vehicle.

The emergency hearing was made by the boys' father through his attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan, who previously insisted Spears not be allowed to drive when with her kids.

Britney raised concern last week when video tape circulated on the net, showing her blew a red light at a notoriously dangerous Los Angeles intersection with sons in the back and a court-appointed monitor crouched down in the front of her car.

The mother of two was spotted approaching the light slowly on Coldwater Canyon in Los Angeles, then raised her cell phone to her face before driving into the intersection as someone outside the car screamed, "Red light, red light!" The train wreck then turned left onto Mulholland Drive, managing to miss oncoming traffic.

Here's the video tape in case you miss it.

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