An unscheduled hearing in the ongoing child custody dispute between Britney Spears and Kevin Federline was held Wednesday, but attorneys afterward were tight-lipped about what went on.

The lawyers emerged from the courtroom of Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Scott M. Gordon about an hour after the closed hearing began.

“I can’t comment,” said Federline’s lawyer, Mark V. Kaplan.

A spokeswoman for the Superior Court public information office said she had not seen any paperwork regarding the hearing and did not know what took place. Last Wednesday, Gordon expanded Spears’ visitation time with the ex-couple’s two sons to have one overnight stay with her. But primary physical custody remains with Federline.

Spears previously had a 50-50 custody split with the boys. Both Spears and Federline have been ordered to appear before Gordon Oct. 26 for another hearing on custody.

Earlier this week, Spears was photographed and fingerprinted at the Van Nuys Police Station in connection with an Aug. 6 collision with a parked car in the 12800 block of Ventura Boulevard. She is scheduled to be arraigned on criminal charges Oct. 25 in Van Nuys Superior Court.

Source: CBS

Kaplan saying “no comment” is A. unheard of and B. may mean good news for Britney!

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