Tabloid Whore!



Star magazine will be coming out with a cover story tomorrow about Britney Spears and Kevin Federline's 7 month old baby Sean Preston fracturing his skull. Before all y'all haters go off on my girl Britney and say how much you hate her, what a terrible mother you think she is, yadda, yadda, yadda, you have to hear the whole story. Here's what happened: Star is reporting that earlier this month, Sean Preston fell out of his high chair while under the care of his nanny. Seems as though when she was attempting to lift the little cutie out of it, it broke and "he slipped and fell to the ground." Sorry, I know most of you were probably foaming at the mouth, hoping that Britney and Kevin were tossing the baby back and forth and that's how he got injured, but as you can see, neither Brit nor Kevin were involved in the accident. They were home when it happened and immediately rushed baby Sean to his pediatrician who at the time, gave him the all-clear. Then, according to Star, they became alarmed a few days later after noticing that Sean was sleeping more than usual. Britney and Kevin decided to take him to the hospital where another doctor noticed swelling in Sean's head and ordered a CAT scan. The results showed that the baby had a fractured skull and a blood clot. The fracture is said to be "not bigger than a hairline" and the blood clot was located outside the brain. Doctors tell Star that when a blood clot is located outside the brain, it is often similar to "A bad bruise. It will hear on it's own in a couple of weeks." Phew! We love Sean Preston!

The incident at casa Federline did not escape the people over at the Department of Children and Family Services. Star said the DCFS came a knocking the very next day to investigate a child abuse claim against Britney and Kevin. But before you start jumping up and down in excitement, know that according to California law, a visit like this is standard procedure when a child is brought to the hospital with an injury like Sean Preston's. According to TMZ's website, an LA County Sheriff's official said, "DCFS has closed its investigation into the welfare of Britney Spears' child. He added that DCFS closed the case on the spot, at the house. According to the rep: "Everyone was fine" so it was "case closed."
Source: Star Magazine
Star cover photo compliments of popbytes.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Awwwwww...poor baby. You know a bunch of bitches are gonna be condemning our girl to hell and saying she shouldn't have children, etc, but shit happens in life, and it sounds like she handled things fine.

5:37 AM, April 12, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for clearing this up. It's kind of sad, and creepy, how happy everyone was about Britney and Kevin possibly getting in trouble. All of the comments about how ugly SP is were totally inappropriate too, you know? I personally think he's a real cutie.

8:13 AM, April 12, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe she'll start listening to the grownups now about baby gates and car seats. I think the kid fell from something higher than a chair, like a balcony or tall bed.
A lot of this is unclear. The chair breaks, so the first thing the nanny does is drop the baby on the hard floor?
I bet Brit won't be leaving town again without her baby. At least I hope not.
I don't think there should be a rush to judgement, either, don't get me wrong. People think they have a right because she is famous.

10:33 AM, April 12, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More than likely K-Fed dropped the baby while trying to light his cigarette with the one he hadn't finished yet.

It's a shame for that baby. I have nothing but hope in my heart for SP, but it makes you wonder about those two.

Why is everyone so willing to believe that "everyone was fine" as DCFS reports? Isn't this the same Britney who drove off with SP in her lap, totally unprotected? Are we going to turn our heads and hope what we believe in our gut to be untrue? Didn't we do that enough with Michael Jackson?

I'm only comparing them in relation to their celebrity status and the gullable public or star-struck officials who investigate these cases.

It's not over.

1:47 PM, April 12, 2006  

Post a Comment

<< Home