Jan 4, 2008 (Celebrity Vice) - Just as it seemed that Britney might stage another comeback, instead, her life rockets straight to the septic tank.
As if losing primary custody of her kids and completely freaking out in her big rebound concert wasn't enough, she drops the ball bat and takes an axe to any doubt where her mental faculties are. [ insert coo coo clock sound effects here].
“They had to strap her down like a mental patient and she was going between laughing and hysterics . . . a total psychotic breakdown. She just went crazy.”
“I guess she has good days and bad days - it’s mental instability. All she has is to think of something sad and she goes crazy.” ( source )
________Life & Style can exclusively report that Britney Spears blood tests at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center came back negative, despite earlier reports from police that she appeared to be under the influence of a substance when she was taken from her home after a custody dispute last night.
Britney Spears will not be charged over the incident last night at her home in Beverly Hills, which eventually led to her hospitalization, Access Hollywood has confirmed.
She was wheeled out on a gurney, with an eerie smile stretching across her face, then taken by ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Cedars-Sinai would neither confirm nor deny to Access that Britney was admitted to the hospital. (source)
After Britney Spears was taken from her Studio City home, she was placed in an ambulance and questioned by an EMT.
Upon arriving at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on the evening of Jan. 3, she met briefly a triage nurse before being turned over to the psychiatric department.
She was immediately stripped by security of any personal belongings, which normally include her shoes, belt, and any other item of clothing she could harm herself or anyone else with.
Her non-clothing personal items were taken away as well, and all were put in a bag and a safe by security. (source)
"Petitioner's visitation with the minor children is suspended pending Petitioner's compliance with the court orders." (source)