Britney Spears' pants where probably off somewhere, but her custody battle was totally back on - in a courtroom again Monday afternoon.
Kevin Federline's attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, and Britney Spears' newest attorney, Sorrell Trope, met behind closed doors in an L.A. court.
The goal? To "refine certain areas" of the judge's order last week that has Spears required to submit to random drug tests twice a week, as well as to periodic alcohol testing, and to undergo parenting classes.
Trope said that judge Scott Gordon the order putting the new custody-related restrictions in place. Trope did not say when the testing would go into effect.
ABOVE: Britney Spears and cousin / BFF / biatch Alli Sims returning to L.A. from a weekend in Atlanta. Or as Britney would call it "Lanner." Dirty south, y'all!
The custody hearing comes on the heels of:
- Friday's filing of misdemeanor hit-and-run charges against the alleged singer by the L.A. city attorney, stemming from a previous incident.
- The testimony of former bodyguard Tony Barretto that he saw Britney Spears abuse drugs and alcohol, endangering her two kids.
Mark Vincent Kaplan said he does not expect the filing of the charges last week to impact the scheduled November 26 hearing on Kevin Federline's request to increase his custody time with the former couple's two young sons.
They currently split 50-50 custody of sons Sean Preston Federline, 2, and Jayden James Federline, 1. When Britney's not neglecting them, of course.