Britney Spears released another recording on Monday, this time detailing her relationships with her sons Jayden and Sean Preston and ex-husband Kevin Federline on Instagram. The recording comes after a controversial interview with Federline and Jayden.
Spears’ three-minute recording opens with her saying, “I can totally understand why my family would have a problem with me doing my own thing, maybe because I never did,” in reference to the minimal autonomy she’s had for more than 13 years while under aThis gave her father, Jamie Spears, control over aspects of her life, including her financial and medical decisions. Federline has sole custody of both of their children.
Spears ended the recording by discussing how her religious beliefs have been affected by her experience of conservatism, saying, “God wouldn’t want [have allowed] this would happen to me if there was a God. I no longer believe in God because of the way my children and my family treated me.”
“There’s nothing to believe in anymore. I’m an atheist, yes,” he said.
The interview with Federline and Jayden aired on ITV last month and also last week aired on “60 Minutes Australia,” which is not affiliated with CBS News’ “60 Minutes.”
During the interview, Jayden Federline defended his grandfather, saying he “doesn’t deserve all the hate he’s getting in the media.” He also expresses his support for his grandmother, Lynn, whom Spears has accused of supporting the conservative organization.
Similarly, Kevin Federline said in the ITV interview that he believes the conservative organization – which Spears referred to as— was finally vindicated that Spears’ father “saved her then.”
The interview also revealed that Spears’ sons chose not to attend their mother’s wedding to model/actor Sam Ashgari because “she didn’t invite the whole family, and if it was just me and Preston, I just didn’t. Look how this situation would have ended on good terms,” Jayden said.
Kevin Federline claimed that Spears’ social media presence had a negative impact on her sons. “I try to explain to them, ‘Look, maybe this is just another way he’s trying to express himself.’ But that doesn’t take away from the fact that it does them,” he added.
Jaden also disapproved of his mother’s use of Instagram, saying: “It’s almost like she has to post something on Instagram to get attention. This has been going on for years and years and years, and there’s a good chance this will never stop. , but I hope for myself that it will stop.”
In an Instagram video posted on Saturday, Spears appeared to respond to those allegations, writing in the caption, “I’m so sorry guys that I’m still on social media… I’m sorry you feel like I’m doing it for attention… I’m sorry for how you feel… but guess what??? I have news for you… I’m a child of God as we all are in God’s eyes… so NO I’m not sorry… I’ve learned to say SO !!!”
In Monday’s taping, Spears delved further into the conflict, addressing her youngest son, now 15, directly: “Jaden, as you undermine my behavior, as my whole family always does, “I hope it gets better. I will pray for her — Pray for what?
“Do you want me to get better so I can continue to pay your father 40 grand a month, or is the reason you’ve decided to be a hater because it’s actually over in two years and you’re not getting anything?” Spears added, referring to Federline no longer being eligible to collect her child support payments when her children turn 18.
Spears claimed in Monday’s taping that she was constantly asking her sons for more time together, but that they would leave her home early during scheduled custody visits.
“If I didn’t shower you with gifts, and have amazing food ready and play a [expletive] Holy, he was never good enough,” he said. Spears also recalled one time she told Jaden directly that she wanted to see him more, and claims the following response, addressing him directly: “You called your dad. I never saw you again.”
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