April 07, 2005

Good For Her

Finally, a smart move by Britney:

Britney Spears drew up legal documents before her marriage last year to prevent husband Kevin Federline inheriting any of her fortune in case she dies before drawing up a will.

The singer's mother Lynn, sister Jamie Lynn and brother Bryan would take control of a trust fund holding her millions, according to British newspaper the Daily Mirror.

This latest revelation is further evidence Britney is taking every care to safeguard her hard-earned fortune following her brief marriage to childhood friend Jason Alexander - she also made Federline sign a pre-nuptial agreement before their wedding.

A legal expert says, "It looks as though she was planning to use the trust to ring-fence her assets before getting married."

And in other Britney news...

Britney has been barred from looking after her eight-month-old stepson Kaleb, because she's not "experienced" enough.

Spears' husband Kevin Federline welcomed his second child into the world just two months before he walked down the aisle with the beauty. While Federline's ex-girlfriend Shar Jackson allows the newlyweds to look after her two-year-old daughter Kori, she's refusing to leave them with baby Kaleb until he's much older.

She tells Star magazine, "As a mom, I won't put my baby in the hands of somebody who can't handle it. Britney has no experience with babies, and Kevin's a great dad, but his only experience is with Kori, and he had my help the whole time."

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1 Well, maybe she won't have to worry about him knocking her off in a fit of drunken hick rage, then.

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3 If he knows what's good for him, he'll try to stay married to her as long as he can! Otherwise, it'll be back to his days of bouncing checks for $120!

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