Mark Vincent Kaplan Ready to Fire Back at Britney Spears

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Kevin Federline's lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan, is going to court today to send a message to Britney Spears - there are going to be serious consequences when you party the same night you say you're "too sick" and "anxious" for court.

If you recall, last week Spears did not show for her mandatory court deposition but later that night, she cruised around (in no pants), hitting up two gas stations and her home away from home, the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.

Today's hearing in the custody case is all about that night. From what TMZ and other sources are reporting, Mark Vincent Kaplan may ask the judge to prevent Brit from regaining any custody until she gives her deposition.

Mark Vincent Kaplan is seriously pissed at Britney Spears.

In the ongoing battle over Sean Preston and Jayden James, Mark Vincent Kaplan and K-Fed may also try and block Britney Spears' lawyers from taking depositions on the Federline side of the aisle until their client actually takes the oath.

In our opinion, Kaplan should also consider subpoenaing Sam Lutfi. Not sure if that has any sort of relevance to the custody case, but that dude is real sketchy.

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Why isn't a quiet meeting being arranged for the deposition, instead of grandstanding?