Britney Spears Says Her Son Jayden Did An Interview For Money

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Britney Spears did not hold back in her last message in response to her son Jayden15 years after his recent interview with dad Kevin Federline. The pop star, 40, suggested that her ex and younger son – who also spoke on behalf of his brother – Sean, 16 — only did it for the money. “So Jayden, as you undermine my behavior like my whole family has always done, ‘I hope she gets better, I’ll pray for her,'” she said in the two-minute audio clip. posted on Instagram on Monday, September 5. .

“Pray for what? I keep working to pay mom’s legal fees and her house? Do you want me to keep getting better so I can keep giving your dad 40,000,000 a month [in child support]she continued, before dropping an explosive allegation. “Or is the reason you decided to be hateful that it’s over in two years and you’re not getting anything?” the Kentwood, LA native. His two-year timeline is reasonable, as Jayden will turn 16 in a few days, which means his 18th birthday is two years away. Sean will also turn 17 next week, which means that he is only a year away from turning 18. Child support agreements generally end once a minor child becomes an adult, which is the age of 18 in the state of California.

In the headline-grabbing interview, Jayden revealed why he and his brother didn’t attend Britney’s wedding at Sam Asgharihis feelings about his social media accounts and how he sees the future of their relationship. “I 100% think this can be fixed,” he told the documentary maker. Daphne Barak for ITV. “It’s just going to take a lot of time and effort. I just want her to get better mentally. When she is better, I really want to see her again”, he added, telling her directly “I love you”.

Kevin too offered a reason for the interview at 60 Minutes Australia: “To set the record straight,” he told the British television channel. “I’ve spent most of my adult life turning the other cheek in response to attacks on me,” he also said. “When our children are attacked, I have found the need to set the record straight overwhelming. I want my sons to live as close to a normal life as possible. This will make them better people.

In her audio clip, Britney claimed that despite have visitation rights with her sons, which included a weekly visit, they didn’t seem interested in spending time with her. “I sat in the kitchen and looked you straight in the eye, handsome boy, and I said, ‘How come I can’t see you guys anymore? I can’t wait to see you guys. see more, every week,” Britney recalls. “You and your brother always left me two hours early. [Sean Preston] you were sleeping, you were playing the piano all the time, and if I wasn’t showering you with gifts and cooking amazing food, it still wasn’t good enough,” she said.

Britney Spears is seen at a GLAAD event. (Hahn Lionel/ABACA/Shutterstock)

After the conversation, she claimed that Jayden had called her father Kevin and that she hadn’t ‘seen’ them again – possibly suggesting that was the last time she saw her sons. “The time I said, ‘I want to see you more’, you called your dad and I never saw you again,” she added. “I didn’t do anything wrong and I know I’m not perfect, but the love I gave you and how much I adored you in your diplomatic ways, talking like [my dad Jamie] – self-titled, ‘This can be fixed, I’ll see her when she’s better.’ Jayden it was a miracle I even had a normal conversation when I walked out of that place. But you were like my other family, you secretly loved looking at me like something was wrong with me.

Towards the end of the taping, Britney revealed that she was only looking for one thing: love and support as she battled a 13 years of guardianship to recover their fundamental rights and freedoms. “I didn’t need my family hiding in the houses and whispering s behind my back, subconsciously feeling guilty because I paid for everything that happened in both houses. I needed unconditional love and support,” she said, finally ending her message with another bombshell: that she no longer believes in God. “Honestly, my dad has to be in jail for the rest of his life. But God wouldn’t allow that to happen to me if God existed. I don’t believe God exists because of the way my family and kids have treated. I am an atheist all of you.

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