Britney Spears’ explosive response to Kevin Federline’s ‘hurtful’ accusations about her sons
Since Britney Spears can’t say no to an interview, she is responding to claims from ex-husband Kevin Federline about her teenage sons not seeing her for months.
Federline recently took part in an interview with the Daily Mail. He stuck to his allegations that Princes is a psychopath, and alluded to the two years of marriage before filing for divorce, reawakening long-standing tensions between the two.
“The boys have decided they aren’t seeing her anymore,” the father of 3 sons, the eldest of whom is Preston, 16 and Jayden, 15, told the Mail last week. “It’s been a few months since they’ve seen her.” They made the decision not to go to her wedding.
Federline alleged that her sons were particularly bothered by Spears’ social media behavior, including the revealing photos she posts on Instagram.
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Federline has watched the fallout from his relationship with Britney Spears, which ended in November 2021, take a toll on his sons.
“It’s been tough,” he said. “Life-changing and the most challenging thing I’ve ever done.”
On Saturday night, Britney Spears responded to Federline’s interview call out, claiming that the musician’s comments about her sons were hurtful.
“I’m saddened to hear that my ex-husband has decided to talk about my relationship with my children and uses some of our old arguments as the reason,” wrote Cheryl. “Raising teenage boys is incredibly difficult without a clear understanding, and I believe that this move is based on Instagram, which was long before Instagram.”
Britney Spears wrote in a separate blog post that her criticism of K Federline’s social media behaviour was justified because other musicians and musicians’ spouses have done worse when their children were very young.
“I’ve only been human and I’ve done my best,” she wrote. “I was controlled and monitored for nearly 15 years … I needed permission just to take Tylenol!!! I should embark on doing WAAAY more than going topless on the beach like a baby!!!!”
“I’m not surprised that my family participated in interviews,” she added. “I wasn’t expecting anything less of them. With their actions and their approach to what I had to deal with, this is exactly how they would have reacted.
Sam Asghari, who was married to Britney Spears in June, also refuted Adam Federline’s claim that their children are separating from her by saying via Instagram that “there is not validity to his statement regarding the kids distancing themselves.”
The boy’s father is an unemployed man for over 15 years and will be working soon. While the son may eventually realize that he didn’t need a father who hasn’t worked in a long time, the “tough” part was dealing with the son when he becomes old enough to make decisions on his own.
“Kevin is going to stop seeing his cash cow soon, so the timing for these public accusations is not a coincidence,” he told me. “I do not personally know him and have no problem with that as long as he also condemns my wife–his character is revealed by his agreement to help kidnap and torture her for 13 years in order to help her find her a ‘rehabilitation’ from making bad life decisions.”
Despite claiming that he has taken out a restraining order against his late ex-wife’s father, Jamie Spears, Federline says that he would now “absolutely welcome” the singer back into his son’s life.
“People can make mistakes,” Federline told the Daily Mail about his former father-in-law, who was the architect of Spears’ conservatorship. “Many have been put through a lot because of him and it really doesn’t feel right.”
The singer is currently in a legal battle with her father, which is ongoing, as part of a larger investigation into his position on her estate.
In July, Britney Spears scored a major victory when the defendant was ordered to be deposed to address claims of wrongdoing, including an allegation that he put his daughter under close surveillance by bugging her bedroom, which he has denied.
“I’m extremely lucky,” Britney Spears wrote at the time, “because my two babies are such gentlemen and so kind that I must have done something right, probably because I don’t put too much pressure on them or smother them with affection.”