Troubled pop star Britney Spears has called an emergency hearing with a judge in a desperate bid to see her sons as part of her mental health rehabilitation. The singer's lawyers have scheduled a session at an Los Angeles court on Wednesday (23Jan08) morning and will be asking for Spears to be allowed "monitored visitation in a therapeutic setting". Commissioner Scott Gordon, who has been overseeing much of Spears' custody case, has repeatedly ordered the Toxic hitmaker to undergo a mental check - known as a 730 evaluation - which she has consistently refused. But, according to, the star is now hoping the courts will allow her to see Sean Preston, two, and Jayden James, one, as part of a plan to allow the her to get mental health help in a "creative way". Spears has been stripped of all custody and visitation rights following a string of bizarre incidents including an apparent breakdown earlier this month (Jan08) when she refused to hand her boys back to Federline following a scheduled visit. The incident sparked a lengthy stand off with police at her Beverly Hills home and culminated in the star being hospitalised under a mental health order.