Guess Nicole Narain was right.
Commissioner Scott Gordon did not return custody of Sean Preston Federline and Jayden James Federline to Britney Spears, limiting her to three monitored visits per week, two from noon-p.m. and one overnight.
Spears and Kevin Fedrline have been ordered to figure out holiday schedules, and she must give evidence that she childproofed her pool area by Friday.
The Commish wrote that when Britney has Sean and Jayden, "the environment at the house ranged from chaotic to almost somber, with little communication at all."
Britney Spears: No custody for you.
According to the report, the coach wrote, "It seems that [Britney Spears'] choices are dependent more upon what she wants to do at any given time rather than what would be more enjoyable for the children."
At the custody hearing, the coach also said Spears has a "lack of general attention at times" but nothing she "would characterize as abusive in a traditional sense."
And then perhaps the most damning comment from the nutjob's parenting coach: "The problem is that unless Ms. Spears realizes the consequences of her behavior and the impact that it has [on] her children, nothing is going to be successful."