Britney ordered not to drive with kids

After being told that Britney Spears ran a red light with her young sons in the car, a judge ruled Friday that the popstar may no longer drive with the children. The sealed order came after a 90-minute hearing with lawyers for Spears and ex-husband Kevin Federline. Attorneys declined to comment on the reported ruling after the hearing. "Orders were made... I can't discuss the content of those orders," said KFed's lawyer. "Documents have not been released by the court, and I don't know if they will be. The matter will be continued at a future date." Spears's lawyer told reporters afterward that everything "was great." At the request of Federline's attorney, the photographer who filmed subpoened video of Spears allegedly running a red light on November 8 was also present, but did not participate in the hearing. "The tape of Britney running the red light was not viewed today, but it was a major point of the hearing," a source says. "Britney's lawyers brought in an expert who argued that, for whatever reason, Britney could have made the turn through the red light."