Jayden Federline — Britney Spear’s son that she shares with ex-husband, Kevin Federline, did a sat down interview with ITV News on Friday to open up about the relationship he has with his mom.
Well, Britney was none too pleased with what Jayden had to say during the interview.
Kevin did a sat-down interview as well.
Kevin and Britney tied the knot in October 2004, but the pair divorced less than three years later in 2007 after welcoming two sons, Sean Preston and Jayden.
Kevin and Britney had a long and bitter custody battle, in the beginning, they had shared custody, but after Britney checked into a mental facility in 2019 Kevin then got 70% custody, while Britney got 30%.
Britney experienced a breakdown in 2008 which impacted the rest of her life as she was placed under a conservatorship with her dad, Jamie Spears. That would go on for another 13 years until Britney challenged it and won her case in 2021.
Spears pays Federline over $20,000 per month in child support. The exact amount hasn’t been reported, but Federline officially requested an increase from $20,000 per month to $60,000 in 2018, and the two parties reached a settlement in 2019 when Spears was still under conservatorship. —The Cut
According to Britney in a post on her Instagram, it could be $40k per month.
Shortly after Jayden’s bombshell ITV interview, Britney shared a statement on Instagram, in which she urged Jayden and Preston to speak with her face-to-face.
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Now, the singer has aired her grievances toward Jayden once more, sharing a two-minute audio recording on her Instagram page on Monday.
Britney Spears is addressing her family and her two sons in a new Instagram post pic.twitter.com/zrtjfnVq2a
— Britney Stan 💕 #HoldMeCloser (@BritneyTheStan) September 5, 2022
Sitting down with ’60 Minutes: Australia’ Kevin opened up about the star, their children, and what has been going on.
He’s a real standup guy, right!? Really, who the heck has their child do an interview like this? It’s shameful and even if the teenager wanted to do the interview, it’s shameful.