After he made public statements that her two teenage sons hadn’t seen her in months, Britney Spears is at odds with ex-husband Kevin Federline.
“They have decided that they are not seeing (their mother) at the moment”, “It has been a few months since they have seen her”, he told the media on Friday. “They made the decision not to go to their wedding” to Sam Asghari in June. Federline, 44, his alleged sons Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15,
“I am saddened to hear that my ex-husband has decided to speak out about the relationship between me and my children. As we all know, parenting teenagers is never easy for anyone,” she wrote. “I am concerned that the reason is based on my Instagram. It was LONG before Instagram.” The pop star added: “I gave them everything.” Spears, 40, slammed Federline on her Instagram story on Saturday, calling his interview “hurtful.”
He currently has minority custody rights to see Sean and Jayden. Spears also claimed that her mother, Lynne Spears, suggested that she give Federline majority custody.
Federline told the media that she is putting more strain on her relationship with her children as Spears has been posting several risque topless photos on Instagram. He says his children are uncomfortable with Britney Spears’ social media posts.
Federline claimed to have told his children, “‘Look, maybe that’s just another way he’s trying to express himself.'” “But that doesn’t take away from the fact that it does them. It’s hard,” he said. “I can’t imagine how it feels to be a teenager who has to go to high school.”
The artist referred to her photos and wrote: “Other artists have made it much worse when their children were extremely young!” “Reminder that the trauma and insults that come with fame and this business not only affect me but my children as well.”
“To clarify, my wife has never posted a nude selfie except of her butt (which) is pretty modest these days,” he wrote. “All other posts were implied nudity (which) can be seen in any lotion or soap ad.” Asghari defended Spears on her Instagram story.
Additionally, Federline commented on Spears’ 13-year conservatorship under the guardianship of her father, Jamie Spears, who, terminated in November, calling it “harder to watch, harder to live with, harder to watch my children go through than any other stuff”.
In his interview on Saturday, the singer and former dancer said he believes Jamie “saved” Spears’ life.
“I don’t know if I can answer all the questions, but I just tried to explain to them that your mom needed help, you know, and people were in the game to try to make that happen, to make it better,” Federline shared.
According to Federline’s attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, who was with Federline when he filed the complaint. Federline was previously at odds with Jamie. In 2019, she obtained a restraining order against Jamie following an “inappropriate physical altercation” with Sean during a visit to his home in Westlake Village.
“After reviewing the evidence, there is insufficient evidence that Mr. Spears has committed a criminal offence,” Totten concluded.
The District Attorney decided not to file criminal charges against Jamie after investigating “child abuse allegations.”
Federline said Jamie is still “welcome” into his grandson’s life “if that’s what the boys wanted.” Despite the tense relationship. People make mistakes. I feel bad for him. I feel like he’s been put through a wringer.” “I have no hard feelings towards Jamie Spears, he added.
In their public dispute, Asghari called it “irresponsible” for Federline to make such statements and “vilified” Spears.
The model wrote, “His character is revealed by the approval of the cruel 13-year-old Cship and his loyalty to Jaimie also indicates his approval at the time of her conception.
His mental health issues could have been “easily treated in therapy… Anyone who approves of it is wrong to benefit from it in any way.” Asghari added defending his wife.
He added, “I wish him well and hope he has a more positive outlook in the future for the benefit of all involved.” Published by The USA Herald, news and information agency.