January 21, 2008 22:58

Britney Spears shows up to deposition in Los Angeles

Singer finally appears to answer questions

Britney Spears shows up to deposition in Los Angeles
Britney Spears finally showed up to her deposition in Los Angeles today, and this time she remained for over two hours.

The singer and her ‘manager’ Sam Lufti arrived at the offices of Mark Vincent Kaplan this morning at 10.45am and left around 1pm.

Spears was deposed to answer questions about parenting and her ability to provide adequate care to her two young sons Sean Preston and Jayden James.

Spears was reportedly speaking in a British accent. She has been filmed by paparazzi using the accent over the past few weeks.

The latest in her bizarre behavior sees her denying that she ever met recent companion Adnan Ghalib. When leaving a dance studio yesterday (January 20), Spears said of the paparazzo “I don’t know who that is…I have never met him before” reports Usmagazine.com.

The pair have recently repeatedly been photographed kissing, holding hands and visiting a variety of gas stations.

Reports over the weekend suggested a restraining order was filed against Ghalib, prohibiting him from coming near Spears. Ghalib denied the reports, saying he was out of town dealing with a family matter.

--By our New York staff.
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