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oops I did it again More Britney drama

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Piffle Fri 19-May-06 12:56:59

Fresh from Sky... She is like a Shakespearian tragedy...
Britney: Fresh Baby Drama
Isn't it about time we left Britney alone to look after her baby in peace?

Apparently not.

The pregnant young mum has had yet another mishap - this time outside the New York City Ritz Carlton hotel.

Leaving the hotel's cafe, she tripped while carring baby Sean and holding a glass of water at the same time.

Onlookers watched as the Toxic singer, who was trying to manoeuvre her way through a crowd, managed to regain her balance with the help of her security guards.

Eight-month-old Sean's head snapped back, although he didn't seem harmed by the incident.

Understandably annoyed, Britney was heard saying, "This is why I need a gun," as she fought her way past dozens of staring eyes.

Britney caused concern earlier this week when she was spotted driving her Mini Cooper with Sean sitting in a baby seat facing the wrong way.

Come on, guys - give the girl a break.

NomDePlume Fri 19-May-06 13:10:12

"This is why I need a gun" - huh?

FFS though, she's been seen doing her share of irresponsible things but I hardly count 'tripping over' as something to stone the girl for. Jeez

Piffle Fri 19-May-06 13:11:46

If she had not said the gun thing then reckon it would have been buried.
Back to front car seats though!!!!!!!!

shazronnie Fri 19-May-06 13:12:32

Poor Brit, at least it was only a glass of water or the press would be criticising her for slugging fizzy pop and weighing more than a small child.

TheFlameWhoWasAfraidOfTheDark Fri 19-May-06 13:15:09

I dread to think how they'd deal with me when I've got a baby in a sling, and a drink in each hand!!! (I could fall and squash him - at least Britney could have flung her child at one of the papperazi (ignore the spelling!!) )

The baby seat facing the wrong way??? I'm assuming they say he should be rear facing still, and not she's got him strapped in face first or the seat in weird??? DD grew out of her rear facing one before the "right" age, so they can stone me for that.

NomDePlume Fri 19-May-06 13:17:46

Isn't her son at least 8 months old now ? My DD was in a forward facing seat at that age too. She was too long & heavy for the rear facing ones, we were told it was safer to put her in the next stage seat.

Esmummy Fri 19-May-06 13:35:30

My DD was in a forward facing car seat at 9 months and her son's bday is September i think so that would make him .......... 8 months now.
Think everyone is just jumping on the Britney bandwagon a bit atm.

PinkKerPlink Fri 19-May-06 13:36:54

i have fell down the stairs with my kids
someone ring the social and quick

TheFlameWhoWasAfraidOfTheDark Fri 19-May-06 13:42:28

Reminds me of when two social workers came to talk to me about fostering - carried DD to see them out, and turned round too quick, whacked her head on the door frame... to make it worse, I then turned as I went to kiss it better, and did it again!!!!!!!!

HappyMumof2 Fri 19-May-06 13:47:13

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suejonez Fri 19-May-06 13:48:50

Lol flame, did your sw's comment on your poor battered child?

TheFlameWhoWasAfraidOfTheDark Fri 19-May-06 13:54:10

Ahh, then she was being naughty then.

SW said "Oooh and in front of 2 of us"

2mum Sun 21-May-06 10:47:11

I never thought i would would feel sorry for her but i really do. I saw her picture in the paper yesterday and she was in tears. Everyones slagging her off saying shes a bad parent, she nearly tripped over and her son fell out of a highchair when she wasnt there. The driving with the baby thing was daft i have to admit. But she`ll learn with age and experience. Anyway if its true about Kevin getting asked on the radio who was better in bed Britney or Shar and he hesitated cos he couldnt make his mind up?! Shes got enough on her plate.

biglips Sun 21-May-06 10:50:55

i do feel sorry for her atm as any wrongdoings (eg she nearly dropped her son) she is getting a backlash for it and is labelling her as a bad mother... for crying out loud give her a break as we've all done the wrong things as no parents are perfect!!

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