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Thursday, February 22, 2007
Kevin Federline is worried about estranged wife Britney Spears wellbeing in the wake of her erratic behaviour. Kevin cancelled plans to party in Las Vegas during NBA All-Star weekend, instead staying in Los Angeles to offer support to troubled Britney and their sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James. A source told People magazine: "Kevin is concerned for Britney and his children. He loves her. He's always loved her - even after she started divorce proceedings." The 28-year-old had booked a room from February 14 - 19 at Las Vegas' Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, but cancelled the reservation. Britney filed for divorce last November and both parties are seeking sole custody of their children. Britney - who walked into Esther's Haircutting Salon in Tarazana California late on Friday night and shaved her head - voluntarily checked into rehab yesterday.
Legal experts do not believe her recent behaviour will damage her custody case. Los Angeles attorney Nathan Goldberg said: "It's bizarre behaviour. It might raise concerns about where the behaviour is coming from. What problems is she having, and how might those problems affect her ability as a parent? "But all-night partying is unlikely to damage her case, especially in Hollywood where people in the entertainment industry go out at night all the time." Loyola Law School Professor Laurie Levenson said: "Shaving your head is bizarre, but it's not illegal. It won't affect her case unless you can show that she was out of her mind or on drugs when she did it."
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