The singer’s ex-husband said in an interview that their sons no longer wanted to see her. Her husband, Sam Asghari, has since reacted in an Instagram story.
“The boys have decided not to see her for the moment,” he said in the columns of the Daily mailSaturday August 6th. Kevin Federline, the ex-husband of Britney Spears (from 2004 to 2006), has indeed entrusted to the tabloid that the relations between their sons Sean Preston, 16 years old, Jayden, 15 years old, and the singer, had been distended.
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“They haven’t seen her for a few months,” he added. In question, according to him? The reluctance of the two teenagers, who would be embarrassed by the behavior of their mother on social networks. Two days later, Sam Asghari defended his wife in his Instagram story.
“There is nothing to be ashamed of”
“Even if it were true that her children are ashamed of their mother’s choices and her positive body image, they wouldn’t be the first teenagers to be embarrassed by their parents,” he wrote. Most kids are at some point.”
Before continuing: “The mere presence of a parent can humiliate a teenager. It’s so prevalent that this script has been used over and over again on TV and in movies for decades.” And the model concludes: “At the end of the day, they will realize, if this has not already been done, that their mother’s choices are harmless and the expression of a freedom that has just been found. There’s nothing to be ashamed of, just something to be proud of.”
“They will soon be 18 years old”
Two days earlier, the model split a response a bit less appeased to the interview given by Kevin Federline. “I wish him the best and hope he adopts a more positive outlook in the future for the sake of those involved,” the model began.
Before splitting a reaction that is reminiscent of that of Will Smith during the Oscars ceremony. “But never say my wife’s name again!” Sam Asghari said. There is no validity to these statements that the children have distanced themselves, and it is irresponsible to make these statements publicly.”
Before adding: “The boys are very intelligent, they will soon be 18 years old. They will be able to make their own decisions and understand that the “hardest part” of their life was having a father who has not really been a role model for the last fifteen years. The model also explained that he “didn’t personally know” Kevin Federline and “had nothing against him”, except “the fact of denigrating his wife”.
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Support from Jamie Spears
Sam Asghari also said he was appalled by Kevin Federline’s support for Jamie Spears – the singer having notably claimed that Britney’s father had “saved the life” of his daughter. “His approval of the cruel thirteen years of tutelage (imposed by Jamie Spears, Editor’s note) and his loyalty to Britney’s father, indicate that he too supported the creation of this guardianship,” the model said, adding that it was “revealing” of Kevin Federline’s personality. The actor further pointed out that Jamie Spears’ supporters were “wrong” or “benefited in some way” from this guardianship.
Britney Spears’ reaction
For her part, Britney Spears also reacted to the interview on her Instagram account. “I am sad to hear that my ex-husband has decided to discuss the relationship I have with my children,” she said in a text written on a black background.
And the interpreter of Toxic She added, “As we all know, raising boys, teenagers, is never easy for anyone…I’m concerned that the reason given for this distancing is based on my Instagram account. This was long before Instagram (that they stopped seeing each other, editor’s note).» Before concluding: “I gave them everything… I have only one word: hurtful… My mother told me: ‘You should give them to their father.’ I share this because I can. Good day to all.”
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