Britney Spears and Kevin Federline share a complicated past and present, particularly when it comes to their co-parenting. Over the years, the former couple, who divorced in July 2007 after three years of marriage, have had various custody arrangements for their two sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, per People.
In 2007, Spears lost custody of her children over her alleged use of drugs and alcohol, per Today. According to People, Federline had sole custody for several years. In October 2021 via another People report, Federline’s attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan said that since Spears’ conservatory ended, her sons “should be able to benefit from removing stress from their lives so they can keep their mother at her best.” to have. “
Currently, that doesn’t appear to be the case as her teenage sons didn’t attend Spears’ recent wedding to Sam Asghari. While Federline has kept much of his personal life private, he now reveals the most important details about fatherhood and his family in an exclusive interview.
Portions of Kevin Federline’s interview were “too hurtful” to air
An upcoming interview with Kevin Federline on ITV News is already making waves, and there’s plenty to unpack. The tell-all interview is more of a say almst Interview as certain segments will be omitted from the broadcast, but what we already know is climactic. In a clip shown on UK morning show Lorraine, Federline revealed that his and Britney Spears’ sons are not seeing their mother at the time, which was her decision and not Federline’s. Another sore point for the teens is Spears’ risqué Instagram photos.
On “Lorraine,” interviewer Daphne Barak explained why certain parts of the interview are not shown, stating, “I think it’s going to be too hurtful. I don’t think anyone intentionally wanted to hurt these guys.” Although Spears is obviously a part of the saga, the interview tells a different story. Barak explained that this is “the story of the father, the boys and how he successfully managed to bring them against the odds despite all this drama.
Spears vented her frustrations on Instagram after Federline’s interview. In a lengthy text post, she calls out Federline’s “Big Booty” video in response to his statement about her salacious images, writing, “Other artists were far worse off when their kids were extremely young!!!!” She ended her post with adding, “I’m not at all surprised by her behavior and her approach to what I’ve had to deal with.”