Britney had her recently shaved pate covered with a blonde wig as she left the clinic on Wednesday afternoon in the company of a personal assistant and clutching her pet pooch. The troubled singer had checked herself into the Malibu facility just 24 hours earlier
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The singer, who was clearly determined to put a brave face on things, was driven directly from the rehabilitation centre to a meeting with her lawyer
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Troubled Britney quits rehab for second time in a week

22 FEBRUARY 2007

Britney Spears has checked out of a rehabilitation clinic for the second time in a week. The troubled singer walked out of a treatment centre in Malibu less than 24 hours after signing herself in. Just days before she had entered another facility on the island Antigua, but her stint there was also short lived.

Upon her return to California she made headlines on Tuesday by dramatically shaving her head. The 25-year-old provoked concerns for her emotional well-being after turning up at a local hair salon and asking staff to shave off her hallmark locks.

When they refused to carry out her wish, she picked up the electric hair clippers and did the job herself. The mum-of-two then visited a tattoo parlour, where she received two new pieces of body art, before registering at the Promises clinic later that evening.

By the following afternoon, however, the singer was being escorted from the facility by a personal assistant, apparently en route to a meeting with her lawyer.

Britney's troubled behaviour comes as she faces a legal battle with estranged husband Kevin Federline over custody of the couple's children, 17-month-old Sean Preston and five-month-old Jaden James.

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