Britney's lawyer walks, bodyguard talks

Filed under: Just For Moms, Just For Dads, Divorce & Custody, Celeb Kids, Celeb Parents, Rumors

Like a lot of people, I tuned into the MTV video music awards for the sole purpose of watching Britney's big comeback performance. And, like a lot of people, I was dumbfounded by what I saw. It is clear to me that the people in Britney Spears' inner circle are not looking out for her. Or she is ignoring the advice of those who are wiser and saner than she is.

I don't know who exactly is in her inner circle, but as of Monday, you can count a few people out. Like attorney Laura Wasser. She is no longer representing Spears in her custody battle with Kevin Federline due to reported disagreements over strategy in the case. I suspect that Wasser wanted to get off the Britney-train before it completely crashed and burned.

Also fleeing on Monday was Spears' manager, Jeff Kwatinetz of the Firm. After representing her for just one fun-filled month, the management company confirmed that relationship has ended. "It saddens us to confirm media reports that we have terminated our professional relationship with Britney Spears. We believe Britney is enormously talented, and has made a terrific record. But current circumstances have prevented us from properly doing our job. We wish Britney the best."

But Britney's bad awful day wasn't over yet. Federline's attorney Gloria Allred brought out her secret weapon in the custody case: Spear's former bodyguard Tony Barretto. He's filed a declaration alleging "drug use, nudity and safety issues" perpetrated by Spears in the presence of her children. Nudity in front of her children? The horror!

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