LOS ANGELES, Oct 18 (Reuters) A US court has suspended Britney Spears' visitation rights with her two young sons until the pop star complies with all court orders, celebrity Web site TMZ.com reported today.
The order by Los Angeles County Commissioner Scott Gordon came after a lawyer for her ex-husband Kevin Federline went to court yesterday for an emergency hearing.
''Petitioner's (Britney's) visitation with the minor children is suspended pending Petitioner's compliance with the court orders,'' reads the order posted on TMZ.com.
Spears and Federline split up a year ago after two years of marriage and her life has since veered out of control despite a stint in rehab.
Spears, 26, has been ordered to get coaching on parenting skills after Gordon said evidence showed she was a frequent user of ''controlled substances and alcohol.'' She is due back in court on Oct. 26 for a custody hearing over her sons, Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1.
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