Whether it was due to her mental breakdown 10 days ago, her bizarre behavior today outside a Los Angeles courthouse or - most likely - a combination of these events and countless others over the past year, Britney Spears has lost all visitation rights to her children.
"It's suspended, period," said the Court's Public Information Officer Alan Perichini of Britney's right to see Jayden James or Sean Preston.
The next hearing will take place on February 19.
At this point, the most ardent Britney Spears supporters have to acknowledge she is currently unfit to be a mother. Even K-Fed's lawyer sounded downtrodden in supposed victory.
"The word victory is not something that Mr. Federline or his counsel would ascribe to the results of the court," Kevin Federline's attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, told reporters after the ruling.
"There is no joyous feeling," Kaplan added. "This is a grave situation for everybody. And while we believe Mr. Federline is pleased that the court did make an order that we feel is an appropriate, there is no joy in it for him."