The singer teams with a photo agency to auction a signed CD on eBay

By Karen Salkin
November 12, 2007 06:55 PM
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While Britney Spears battles for custody of her own kids, she wants to help the rest of the children of the world by auctioning off a signed copy of her latest CD, Blackout.

Spears, 25, has partnered with photo agency X17 to raise money for UNICEF by auctioning the CD on eBay.

“I think it’s important to give back and with the release of Blackout, this seemed like the perfect opportunity to give the fans a chance to bid on something to help children everywhere,” says Spears, in a press release issued by X17.

A rep for Spears didn t immediately comment.

Spears, meanwhile, has children issues much closer to home. She and ex-husband Kevin Federline are embroiled in a custody battle over sons, Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1.

The singer currently has only monitored access to her kids on two occasions per week, one of them being an overnight.

Their next hearing is set for Nov. 26.

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