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A Los Angeles court has finalized the divorce between troubled pop star Britney Spears and Kevin Federline less than three years after they married, Associated Press reports.
“I think she’s OK with the terms,” Miss Wasser told reporters on Monday outside the Los Angeles court. “I think they were each hoping they would have more custody time, but hopefully that can be worked out.”
The financial details of the divorce remain secret, Miss Wasser said.
Miss Spears and Mr. Federline, a dancer and aspiring rapper, married on Oct. 6, 2004.
The pop princess, who for five years was the top-earning singer in the world until she was overtaken by Madonna, has made headlines for bizarre and erratic behavior ever since her split last year with Mr. Federline. She was photographed partying hard in Los Angeles and Las Vegas — often pantyless — and shaved her head in February shortly before entering a rehabilitation clinic.
Corey Clark has been arrested in Arkansas on drug charges and an outstanding warrant from Arizona, AP says.
The former “American Idol” contestant was being held at the Pulaski County jail pending a court appearance Tuesday in North Little Rock, said John Rehrauer, a spokesman for the sheriff’s department.
A warrant had been issued for Mr. Clark after he failed to appear in an Arizona court on a summons stemming from an arrest last year for violating a court order and trespassing.
Mr. Clark was disqualified after reaching the finals of the popular Fox TV show in 2003 for failing to reveal a previous arrest.
He later accused “Idol” judge Paula Abdul of coaching him and initiating an affair. She denied his claims, and Fox cleared Miss Abdul of any wrongdoing.
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