On Sunday Nov 9, Britney Spears' younger son was admitted
to the Southwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center for an allergic reaction
to something he ingested.
Jayden James Federline was released on Monday, according
to People magazine. It was unknown what king of allergy Jayden suffered, but he
had itchy and irritable hives although it was not a case of emergency.
The allergy incident could spell trouble for Britney
Spears if she knew her son had allergy. That could be a case of child neglect,
L.A.-based family law attorney Lynn Soodik was cited as telling eonline.com.
The incident occurred during Britney Spears' trip to
Louisiana, her childhood home. The Pop Star had been allowed to leave
California with her sons for the first time since the custody of her boys was
given to their father Kevin Federline in July, Reuters reported.
But Federline, ex-husband of the Pop Star was cited as
saying that he was not going to ask a family court to investigate his son's
incident while his son was with his ex-wife Britney Spears, People Magazine
cited Federline's lawyer as saying.
"We're not going to jump to conclusions right
now," attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan was quoted as telling E!. "I don't
anticipate there being a hearing. I anticipate that Kevin and Britney as
concerned parents will exchange information and satisfy themselves that what
happened was a freak occurrence and do what they have to do to make sure that
it doesn't happen again."
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