Britney Spears' former assistant, Shannon Funk, and bodyguard Daimon Shippen have both been served with legal orders to give evidence in the singer's custody battle. Funk was served with a subpoena at California's Long Beach airport on Tuesday night to give evidence regarding Spears' parenting of sons Sean Preston, 23 months, and Jayden James, 11 months.The legal papers were issued by Mark Vincent Kaplan, lawyer to Spears ex-husband Kevin Federline. Bodyguard Shippen was served with legal papers on Monday night as he got out of his car in Santa Monica. Spears' cousin and personal assistant Alli Sims was also subpoenaed in the early hours of Sunday morning as she left a private party in the Hollywood Hills. Last week, Federline filed for primary custody of the couple's two sons,which would entitle him to have Sean and Jayden in his care for 70 per cent of the time. Custody is currently shared equally between Federline and Spears.Meanwhile, Superior Court Commissioner Scott M. Gordon said yesterday he will consider a request from the media to unseal documents in the couple's divorce case. Gordon said of the request by KNBC-TV and People magazine: "They're appropriate participants in here."A hearing for Spears and Federline's lawyers to keep the details private has been scheduled for September 14. Federline's lawyer Kaplan said afterwards: "The documents contain information about the schedules of the couple's children and other details that could put them in jeopardy. It would be best for the children that they not be exposed."


Anonymous said…
Who cares about Britney and Federline, Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, and Nichole Richie, anymore? They are white trash who are soaking up the media attention and Stupid media's are still giving it to them. In the mean time, the rest of the world is getting SICK of hearing about them. Can't you people find bigger, better and more important things to talk about instead of the same old garbage OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN?