Britney Spears has been shut down again in her attempt to regain some sort of visitation rights with sons Sean Preston and Jayden James.
There are no changes. K-Fed has sole custody. Britney has no visitation.
Britney arrived at the courthouse - at the hearing she requested - and proceeded through the metal detector ... but then had a change of heart and didn't want to go inside the courtroom. It's like deja vu all over again.
Spears' lawyers had requested visitation in a "therapeutic setting" - under the treatment of medical professionals - but that was never likely.
Especially since she never showed. The Court noted Brit's absence.
Sam Lutfi drove the singer to court from the Beverly Wilshire hotel, where she had shacked up with Adnan Ghalib. Her beau Adnan left separately.
Britney Spears likely has some sort of bipolar disorder, but has repeatedly defied court orders to undergo a medical evaluation.
Neither Spears nor Kevin Federline is required to attend the hearings.
They arrived separately at the downtown Los Angeles courthouse Wednesday. K-Fed was seen entering the courtroom, but Spears had already left.
Spears, 26, lost visitation rights indefinitely following a psychotic meltdown earlier this month after a four-hour custody standoff with police.
On Monday, she was questioned for 45 minutes by Federline attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan in what the lawyer called a "gut-wrenching" deposition.