Friday, January 04, 2008

Britney Spears locked up in psych ward

This is the first thing I've ever had in common with Britney Spears.

Continuing her downward spiral from pop tart to deranged diva, Britney Spears was locked in a psych ward on Friday night after a meltdown that ended when she was strapped to a gurney and rushed to a hospital.

I can't wait to read this chapter in her mother's parenting book.

Spears was deemed a "special needs" patient and held "for her own welfare" for at least 72 hours in a wing of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where suicidal patients are treated, sources said.

Special needs is the PC term for retarded. Just throwing that out there.

Spears, who sparked a confrontation with cops by refusing to return her sons to ex-husband Kevin Federline after a court-approved visit, later lost all visitation rights to their sons, Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1.

Just wait till all the teen girls who idolized Miss Spears grow up. Things are going to get interesting in a few years around here.

"I'm not happy about the events," Federline's lawyer Mark Kaplan said. "Nobody wins." Kaplan refused to say if Spears had threatened to kill herself. He said the boys were reunited with their dad.

While I do take some sort of deranged pleasure in Miss Spears' fall from grace I feel sorry for the children. I mean, not THAT bad considering the wealth they will grow up with, but you know, having a crazy mommy is never all that fun. Trust me.

Federline's sister-in-law, Alisha Federline, said seeing Spears hauled out of her house like a mental patient was "very disturbing."

"And funny."

The LAPD first said Spears was under the influence of an unknown substance when she went nuts, but later retracted it.

"She's just naturally nuts."

Sources close to the singer said she was stressed out from having to testify at a humiliating deposition Thursday where she had to answer for a litany of examples of her bad parenting.

Well, who does she have to blame other than herself. She made the decision to have children. That means you take the responsibility of changing your entire life to accommodate the new lives you've brought into the world. No more partying, no more drugging, no more drinking and clubbing to the early dawn hours. Children change EVERYTHING. Most normal people take a few months or years to weigh whether they are ready to make those changes, others have the decision thrust upon them and rise to the challenge. You listening little miss Jamie Lynn Spears? Hope you're learning from your sisters mistakes.

Spears snapped when Federline's flunkies arrived at her Studio City home around 8 p.m. that same day to pick up their sons. Rather than comply, Spears grabbed Jayden and locked herself and the tot in a bedroom for three hours and refused to come out - even after cops arrived.

This is like a limbo contest. How low can you go?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

what a sad, sad life.
what a waste!

January 09, 2008 7:21 AM  

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