(CNN) -- Britney Spears has regained temporary visitation rights of her two sons, her attorney said Sunday.
Here with now-ex-husband Kevin Federline, Britney Spears has regained temporary visitation rights of their children.
"Yes, she's got visitation with the kids," lawyer Anne C. Kiley told CNN in a telephone interview. "She had this weekend -- from Saturday morning 'til Sunday at some point."
A court-appointed monitor is accompanying the family during the visitations, which are allowed "several days a week," Kiley said.
The schedule will remain in place until a custody hearing slated to be held Friday. "This is just an interim order pending the hearing," Kiley said.
People magazine reported that Spears was spotted Saturday driving in her white Mercedes convertible with her sons, Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1.
Last Wednesday, a court commissioner suspended Spears' visitation rights with her children until she complies with court orders in her custody battle with her ex-husband, Kevin Federline.
Earlier this month, the court awarded full custody of the couple's sons to Federline, Spears' former backup dancer.
Last month, a judge ordered Spears to submit to random drug tests after finding she engaged in "habitual, frequent, and continuous use of controlled substances and alcohol."
The parents had split custody 50-50, but Federline then asked for the arrangements to be shifted to 70-30 in his favor.
In addition to ordering the twice-weekly drug tests, Gordon ordered Spears to spend eight hours per week working with a "parenting coach," who was to observe her interactions with her children.
Spears and Federline were married for two years before their divorce became final in July. E-mail to a friend
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