Pop star Britney Spears’ ex-husband hired a former Israeli commando to serve legal papers to three of the singer’s associates. Kevin Federline hired IMS Security, an Israeli-style security firm, to deliver papers to Spears’ former bodyguard, assistant and music producer. According to news reports, the papers concerned Spears’ erratic parenting, which has come under fire amid reports that the singer has endangered her children and is partying into the wee hours of the night. Federline and Spears are in a custody battle over their two sons.
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