Since she rose to fame, the life of Britney Spears has been a complete drama and has always revolved around problems ranging from her mental health, family and marriage breakups to various legal battles in court, which led her to be under the guardianship of his father, for 13 years.
After her long-awaited marriage with Sam Asghari went viral, the interpreter of Toxic It has not stopped being news, because it seems that her ex-husbands do not want to see her happy. The first of them was Jason Allen Alexander, who after breaking into the recent wedding of the 40-year-old singer was prosecuted for harassment. On this occasion, Britney is again involved in the controversy after responding to the accusations that her ex-husband Kevin Federline made regarding the relationship that the artist maintains with her children.
On August 6, in an interview for the Daily Mail, former dancer Kevin Federline, who was the husband of Britney Spears, from 2004 to 2007, and with whom he had two children, Sean Preston, 17, and Jayden, 16, declared in the middle that the offspring of the “pop princess” have not seen her for many months, despite the fact that the interpreter of Gimme More He bought a mansion not far from his children’s home in Los Angeles.
In addition, Kevin, 44, assured that the decision not to see the singer was something that both children agreed on their own initiative, since the boys did not want to attend their mother’s recent wedding either.
Britney’s ex also declared that during the years that the singer was under her father’s tutelage they saved her, but that now her biggest concern is to see the public ridicule to which her children are exposed to the half-naked photographs that the interpreter of Everytime post on social media.
All of this has been hard to watch, harder than watching my children go through anything else. It has been hard. It’s the most challenging thing I’ve ever had to do in my life.
Regarding the provocative photos that Spears has shared on her Instagram, Federline said that she has explained to her children that it is the way in which their mother tends to express herself, so they should not judge her or feel ashamed of her. Although she confessed that it is difficult for her to imagine how difficult it is for her children to receive criticism at her school.
Kevin assured that he does not speak out of revenge, but to make known the other side of the story, since he, his children and his wife Victoria have tried to lead a quiet life, away from the media.
Before the declarations of Kevin Federline, through stories, On her Instagram account, Britney Spears confessed that it fills her with sadness to hear what her ex-husband exposed, declaring that it is not easy for any parent to raise teenage children and that she has tried to give them everything, but that it was her mother who insisted that Kevin will be left in charge of their children:
I am saddened to learn that my ex-husband has decided to discuss the relationship between me and my children. As we all know, raising a teenager is never easy for anyone. I am concerned about the fact that the reason is based on my Instagram. It was all before Instagram. I gave them everything. Just one word: HARMFUL. I will say, my mother told me: “You should give them to her father.” I share this because I can. Have a nice day, friends.
Just a couple of months after being freed from her father’s guardianship, the “princess of pop” assured that after having to ask permission for practically “everything”, she now feels free and happy to be able to do what she pleases.
Before Kevin’s statements, Britney’s now husband, Sam Asghari, came out in defense of the singer and wrote the following:
To clarify, my wife has never posted a nude selfie except of her butt, which is pretty unassuming these days. All other posts were implied nudity that can be seen in any lotion or soap advertisement. There is no validity to her statement about distancing children and it is irresponsible to make such a statement publicly. The boys are very smart and will soon be 18 years old to make up their own minds and will eventually realize that the “hard” part was having a father who hasn’t worked much, in over 15 years, as a role model.
I wish him the best and hope that he has a more positive outlook in the future for the benefit of all involved. But keep my wife’s name out of your mouth.