A detailed report assessing troubled pop star Britney Spears' parenting skills has been completed and submitted in court, following the singer's custody battle with ex hubby Kelvin Fedraline.
The report, commissioned by a Los Angeles family court was filed by Dr. Jane Shatz on April 25.
However, no positives or criticisms have yet been made public.
The report's findings are expected to get a full airing at the next hearing in the case, set for May 6, when attorneys are planning to debate merits of a modified custody arrangement, reports E! Online.
Meanwhile, both Spears and Federline lawyers have declined to comment on the substance of the document.
The 'Toxic' singer, who's avoided courtroom showdowns in the matter may actually show this time to defend herself.