Britney Spears hasn’t been under her father’s tutelage for eight months – after 14 years, the “Toxic” hitmaker can finally make her own decisions about her career and personal life. The pop icon regularly shares her joy at the newly won freedom with her 42 million Instagram followers.
But on the social media platform, the 40-year-old not only posts videos in which she often wears tight outfits, she also gives insights into the downsides of her everyday life: Most recently, she shared with her fans what her ex-partner’s allegations were Trigger Kevin Federline in her.
Spears’ sons are said to be estranged from their mother
The former backround dancer claimed in an interview with the Daily Mail a few days ago that their two sons, Sean and Jayden, have been refusing to see their mother for several months. One of the reasons for this is her revealing appearance in public.
After the dancer made it public that Sean and Jayden were estranged from their mother, Spears now reacted unequivocally: In an Instagram post that has since been deleted, the singer explained that they actually visit the two teenagers at least once a week. “This summer they said to me, ‘We might come here less,’ and I said, ‘That’s fine.'”
Britney Spears comments on allegations
She further revealed that it was painful for her that her sons distanced themselves from her. But unlike her ex-partner, she didn’t explain the behavior of the two boys with their revealing demeanor, but with the fact that they were teenagers who now simply had their own lives.
“It’s hard for me to let go of things I really love, like my children,” she continued in her statement. However, the pop icon could not resist a direct dig at her ex-husband. “The situation should have been resolved 100 percent privately and not online!” She raged.
Videos aim to make Britney look like a bad mother
Kevin Federline apparently sees things differently: on his alleged Instagram account, the 44-year-old went one step further and published several videos that are supposed to show his ex in an argument with his sons.
“I can’t sit back and allow my sons to be blamed like that after what they went through,” Federline said of the release of the clips, which Sean and Jayden are said to have recorded when they were 11 and 12 years old. The family decided together to make the videos public. “The lies have to stop,” Federline pointed out.