It was quite the scene in Century City, Calif., today as Britney Spears arrived for her mandatory court deposition - then bolted very shortly after.
Why the rush, Britney?
K-Fed's attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, explained that the deposition in her custody case was originally scheduled to go from 9:45 to 11:45 a.m.
It poses a bit of a problem, of course, when the person being deposed shows up almost two hours late. Kaplan says the proceedings started around 11:32 a.m. when Britney finally rolled in, leaving him time to fire off only a few questions before ending at the regularly scheduled time - 13 minutes later.
Two hours late!? Hey, at least Britney Spears showed up this time!
Why was the train wreck so tardy? Mark Vincent Kaplan wouldn't say. But he did say another deposition has been scheduled. As for seeking new sanctions against Spears - who continues to disobey court orders and make his job damn near impossible - Kaplan says he hasn't decided whether to go there.
But he might, he says, if he decides Britney Spears - whose own lawyers quit today - caused his client, Kevin Federline - any "undue hardship."
Like the last year and a half?