After her ex-husband Kevin Federline said her sons Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15, had decided not to see her, Britney Spears spoke out. Federline’s comments are part of a larger interview that will air on ITV in the UK later this week. daily mail. The former backing dancer claims the boys have decided not to see their mother for now, in part because of the partially nude photos she shared on Instagram.
“The boys have decided they can’t see her right now,” Federline said. “It’s been a few months since they’ve seen her. They made the decision not to go to her wedding.”
On Saturday, August 6, Spears responded via Instagram. “I am sad to hear that my ex-husband decided to discuss the relationship between me and my children,” she wrote in her Instagram stories. “As we all know, raising teen boys is never easy… the fact that the reason is based on my INSTAGRAM bothers me… it was LONG before Instagram… I gave them everything… just one word: HURTS… I will say it. .. My mom told me: “You have to GIVE them to their dad”… I’m sharing this because I can… Have a nice day guys!!!”
In an interview, Federline mentioned that the boys reportedly don’t like the photos their mother has been posting on Instagram since her custody ended. “I’m trying to explain to them, maybe it’s just another way she’s trying to express herself,” he said. “But that doesn’t detract from the fact that it does to them. It’s hard”.
Spears responded to her ex’s comments about her Instagram in Mail on the social network, where she wrote that other celebrities share more intimate photos than her. “I remind you that the trauma and insults that come with fame and this business affect not only me, but also my children !!!!!” she wrote. “I’m only human and I did my best… I honestly would like to share my TWO CENTS!!!! worse when their children were very small!!!”
Baby One More Time singer’s husband Sam Asghari responded to Federline’s interview. his instagram also. “His statement that children are distancing is without merit and it is irresponsible to make this statement publicly,” Asghari wrote on his Instagram story. “The boys are very smart, they will soon be 18 and will be able to make their own decisions and perhaps eventually realize that the “hard” part was that the father, who had not worked for more than 15 years, was a role model.”
Asgari concluded his statement by defending Spears’ release from her guardianship. “Things that are now considered normal problems and behaviors that are easily dealt with through therapy or other means have been exaggerated to justify a 13-year prison sentence,” Asgari said of his wife’s years in custody. “Anyone who approves of this is wrongly benefiting from it in some way. I will not comment on this matter other than to say that I have a job.”
In a follow-up Instagram story, the 28-year-old added that he didn’t wish Federline any harm. “I wish him all the best and hope he has a more positive outlook for the future for the benefit of all involved,” Asgari wrote. “But for now: keep my wife’s name… out of your mouth.”