Speculation time! DCFS called to the Spears/Federline household

Filed under: Celeb Kids, Life & Style, Rumors

According to the gossip whores at Entertainment Tonight, the California Department Of Children and Family Services called and asked for a sheriff's deputy to accompany DCFS investigators on Saturday around 1 p.m. today to the home of pop sensation turned professional celebrity mom Britney Spears. According to their source, a sheriff's Deputy patrol went to the house with a DCFS investigator.

This is a DCFS investigation and the sheriff's department cannot release information regarding the investigation, but that doesn't mean we can't sit around this afternoon speculating wildly. Does this have something to do with the February driving-with-Sean-in-the-lap incident, or perhaps DCFS found out Brit was making Sean Preston slave for hours in that manger scene reenactment without the requisite union breaks. Could it be that Kevin has been rapping to the baby, and thus ample just cause for a DCFS intervention? Stay tuned, we'll keep you posted.

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