Britney is 'not child-centered' says judge

Spears' parenting is heavily criticised in court document

Britney is 'not child-centered' says judge
A judge in a Los Angeles court today ruled that Kevin Federline would continue to maintain custody of their two young sons after a parenting coach revealed details of Britney Spears’ unfit parenting.

Documents reveal that Spears failed to meet with the court-appointed coach on three occasions, that she is not “child-centered” and that her kids have no schedule or routine.

The report also describes the atmosphere in the house as ranging from “chaotic to almost sombre, with little communication at all”.

It also said that Spears' “choices are more dependent upon what she wants to do at any given time rather than what would be more enjoyable for the children.”

Spears will be allowed to see her children twice a week during supervised visits, and will be allowed to have them overnight once a week.

She is also under orders to complete random drug tests.

Spears' fifth album, 'Blackout', was released on October 29.

--By our New York staff.
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