It's a thankless job, being a mother – all everyone ever wants to do is pick holes. Look at Britney Spears; she's been getting visits from child welfare officers just because Sean Preston busted up his skull at her house. Cuh!
Sure, there was a bit of an accident with a high chair and baby Sean Preston's head – but that could happen to anyone, right? The child welfare should lay off Britney Spears and chase the really stupid mothers who, say, drive around with their baby on their lap. Oh…
Lately, Britney Spears has been famous for all the wrong reasons. No longer is Britney Spears well-known for being the Madonna-tonguing male fantasy pop princess. Now, Britney Spears is more likely to be referred to as an unsexy, badly dressed, Christian annoying girl with a ridiculous husband who can't drive very well but still gets a statue made of her with a baby poking out of her ladyflaps.
Already once this year Britney Spears has been visited by officers from the Department of Children and Family Services, after she was pictures bombing away from the paparazzi in her car with baby Sean Preston balanced on her lap. After saying sorry for driving like a moron, Britney Spears must have hoped that everything would quickly blow over.
And then baby Sean Preston smashed up his head after falling out of a high chair.
According to reports, Britney Spears was visited by at least one child welfare officer and some deputies on Saturday after finding out that baby Sean Preston had gained a minor skull fracture at the end of last month. On March 31, while Britney Spears and Kevin Federline were in Dallas, Sean Preston injured his head and was taken to a local hospital where a CAT scan revealed he had a fractured skull and a blood clot. As with any child with a head injury, child welfare services were alerted. Following the visit, no reports were made and no further action will be taken.
We just pray that, if this incident is ever made into a song, Britney Spears leaves it well alone so that Kevin Federline can rap about it instead. We're eager to find out what he'll rhyme with "Department of Children and Family Services."
[story by Stuart Heritage]