LOS ANGELES – K-Fed’s master plan to gain full custody of his kids was successful Monday afternoon, and it seems Spears was either sedated or just very self-controlled when she heard the negative news.
According to an inside source, the “reformed rehabber” was totally emotionless and continued on her day-to-day duties after being informed that her sons would be residents of Fed-Ex. Spears had until 12 p.m. Wednesday to hand her baby boys over, but apparently the “Crazy” crooner has done so already.
X17 Online snapped the songstress taking Sean Preston and Jayden James thru the Carl’s Jr drive-thru for a fast-food fix Monday afternoon before handing them over to K-Fed’s bodyguard at a designated meeting point.
An eyewitness said Spears was smiling, seemingly unaffected by the incident – and once again, it appears as though Brit Brit was driving (without a valid CA license?!)
However, many fear that the devastating news could be detrimental for the depressed diva once she comes to terms with what has happened.
“This bodes very badly for Britney, who is already very fragile emotionally. The potential complete loss of custody for Britney could shatter her fragile world,” said Patrick Wanis, Celebrity Life Coach and Human Behavior Expert. “The danger is that given that she has been living in denial of her problem and refusing to fully embrace help and therapy this latest development in her tragic story may simply result in her turning even more to drugs and alcohol to help her deaden her pain and hide her real issues…”
But don’t expect Britney to back down y’all. Pop Tarts has learned that another custody hearing has been scheduled for Wednesday. A rep for the pop princess recently told us that the allegations against Spears were unfounded and that she was an “excellent mother who always puts her children first.”
Pop Tarts also spoke briefly to Britney’s former long-time manager Larry Rudolph who couldn’t “bring himself to discuss Britney” and her bad news, but made it clear that his thoughts are with his pop prodigy.
A Playboy Bed for Britney?
Just as it seems Britney Spears is without support from family or fans, the pop princess has been offered plenty of brand-new beds to bunny-hop on.
Pop Tarts caught up with “Girls Next Door” glamour-girl Kendra Wilkinson at Saturday’s “Strike Force at the Mansion” party, and the bubbly blonde was happy to send some sheets Spears' way.
“Oh yeah, she can stay with me," Kendra said. "I’ll make sure she doesn’t misbehave."
But this isn’t the first time the “Crazy” crooner has been offered a pillow at a pad belonging to a high-profile person.
Former *NSYNC singer Joey Fatone is headed for the sunny skies of Australia this week to host the reality show “The Singing Bee,” so he kindly offered Britney the opportunity to escape the limelight inside his Florida abode.
But who else wants to be bedroom buddies with the Britster?
“American Idol” judges Simon Cowell, Randy Jackson and Paula Abdul recently told FOX that they were happy to house Britney and bring her back as a success story, and late last year, Rosie O’Donnell urged the songstress to turn away from her panty-free party pals and reside with her, her partner Kelli and their kids.
So with all this star-studded love, Spears should certainly be feeling like a “Lucky” girl. Let's hope she soon realizes she can overcome any obstacles — but only when the door of denial is destroyed
Where Brit is less lucky is in the driving department. Amid rumors that Spears has been driving without a license for some time, star gazers at TMZ.com reported Monday that they'd shot video of Britney driving "here and there" around Los Angeles over the weekend, but the California Department of Motor Vehicles said she doesn't have a license.
"At this point, Britney Spears does not have a valid California driver's license," the DMV told TMZ. "She has an application pending that she never completed."
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Hollie McKay has a been a Fox News Digital staff reporter since 2007. She has extensively reported from war zones including Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Burma and investigates global conflicts, war crimes and terrorism around the world. Follow her on twitter and Instagram @holliesmckay