Britney Spears allowed to see children again

Singer granted access after last week's ban

Britney Spears has been granted temporary visitation rights to her children.

The singer’s lawyer confirmed that she is allowed to see her two sons again after a Los Angeles court ruled last week she could not see them until she complied with court orders.

“Yes, she has visitation [rights] with the children,” Anne Kiley confirmed to Associated Press.

Spears‘ ex-husband Kevin Federline has been granted full custody of the two boys.

The singer has been ordered to complete random drug and alcohol tests twice a week, as well as meeting a ‘parenting coach’ each week, according to court documents.

The next hearing is scheduled for Friday (October 26), reports BBC News.