UPDATE: Britney's Boys Visit Mommy in Rehab

UPDATE: Britney's Boys Visit Mommy in Rehab - UPDATE: Britney's Boys Visit Mommy in Rehab UPDATE: Britney's Boys Visit Mommy in Rehab
@weee_ann (1454)
February 25, 2007 7:09pm CST
After two days in rehab, Britney Spears finally had an opportunity on Saturday night to spend some quality time with her two sons, Sean Preston, 17 months, and 5-months-old Jayden James. According to an Usmagazine.com source, Britney (who had been spotted at Promises yesterday smoking cigarettes and talking with fellow patients), had a chance to bond with her babies last nights around 9 PM. Spears' mother Lynne Spears arrived first in a seperate car five minutes ahead of a Black Navigator containing her grandsons. Two hours later, Lynne, Sean Preston and Jayden James departed seperately again with Lynne off to the Spears family retreat houese and the boys back to the safety of Kevin Federline's home in Tarzana. Britney Spears' father, who had urged his daughter to get help during an intimate dinner last weekend, told FOX News on Thursday that the troubled singer is "a sick little girl ... we're just trying to take care of her and other than that I have no comment." Jamie Spears, 54, who was on the phone from his Louisiana home, added that his daughter’s problems are "not about what other people think" and that he and the pop star’s mother, Lynne Spears, are "concerned about our daughter." Spears, 25, entered Promises Malibu Alcohol and Drug Rehab Treatment Facility on Wednesday night. Earlier that evening, Spears went to the house of her ex, Kevin Federline, 28, in an attempt to see their two young sons who were inside. Federline would not let Spears inside, causing her to storm off and later lash out at some cameramen with an umbrella. At around 10:30 p.m., Lynne, 51, drove her daughter to the center where she has been ever since. Federline visited Spears at Promises for about an hour on Friday afternoon, leaving his two children at his home in the care of Spears’ mother. The singer’s manager, Larry Rudolph, shot down rumors that his client is on suicide watch. “The story is absolutely untrue,” he told Extra on Friday. “She is in rehab, and it is very disappointing that various media outlets are running these false stories about her, as Britney tries to get better."
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