The 'Toxic' singer, who hasn't seen her two sons Sean Preston and Jayden James for more than three weeks after she refused to return them to her former husband Kevin Federline, is barred from visiting her children indefinitely. However, the good thing for Britney is that she can access to them through phone calls. According to documents released by the court recently, Spears is to have telephonic contact with the minor children, while all other previous orders remain in full force and effect.
Britney's manager and close friend Sam Lufti, with whom she has had a tiff lately, has confirmed that the 26-year-old singer has seen a psychiatrist for her "mental issues". According to Lufti, Britney is suffering from mental issues which are treatable. He said that she has been to a psychiatrist and that she is starting some kind of treatment.
He added that Britney has been having mood swings and she's been having trouble sleeping. The pop singer is also in touch with her mother and her mother has been very supportive of whatever Britney is going to do. The 'Piece of Me' singer is believed to be bipolar and reportedly has multiple personality disorder. Her legal team is hoping her visitation rights will be reinstated if she undergoes psychiatric treatment.