Britney Spears hasn’t seen children in ‘over a yr,’ sons stopped answering texts: doc

Britney Spears hasn’t seen her teenage sons in “nicely over a yr” following their public spat about her habits on social media.

“By the top of the summer time [2022], tensions received so unhealthy that the boys weren’t even responding to her texts. And she or he was livid,” TMZ producer Katie Hayes claimed within the documentary “TMZ Investigates: Britney Spears: The Worth of Freedom.”

A supply confirms to Web page Six that the final time the “Poisonous” singer noticed sons Sean Preston, 17, and Jayden, 16 was at “the very starting of 2022” — earlier than her marriage ceremony to Sam Asghari.

Spears’ relationship along with her sons had been on the rocks for some time earlier than lastly coming to a head in August 2022 after Jayden publicly criticized her parenting abilities.

Britney Spears and her sons Jayden and Sean Preston.
It has reportedly been “nicely over a yr” since Britney Spears noticed her sons, Jayden and Sean Preston.
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“I believe Mother has struggled giving us each consideration and exhibiting us equal love; I don’t suppose she confirmed sufficient to Preston, and I really feel actually unhealthy for that,” Jayden advised the Every day Mail on the time.

Based on the boy’s father, Kevin Federline, Spears’ penchant for flaunting her nude physique on-line didn’t assist issues.

“I attempt to clarify to them, ‘Look, possibly that’s simply one other approach she tries to specific herself.’ However that doesn’t take away from the actual fact of what it does to them,” he advised the Every day Mail. “It’s robust. I can’t think about the way it feels to be a youngster having to go to highschool.”

Jayden Federline.
Their relationship soured after Jayden, 16, publicly criticized Spears’ parenting.

Quickly after, Spears stated she was saddened to listen to the way in which Jayden spoke about her to the press.

“it deeply saddens me to know [Jayden’s] outcry of claiming I wasn’t as much as his expectations of a mom … and possibly someday we are able to meet nose to nose and discuss this overtly !!!!” Spears wrote in a prolonged Instagram publish in September 2022.

After the singer posted quite a few social media messages focusing on her sons, Federline — who reportedly will get $20,000 a month in little one help from his ex — posted movies of Spears allegedly yelling at her sons, which had been taken with out her information.

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The Grammy winner and her sons stopped all communication at one level throughout their rift.

“He did that. I believe that he needs he had not,” Federline’s lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan, stated throughout the documentary, which aired on Monday. “He actually felt in some unspecified time in the future in time he needed to arise about what was generated about them by Britney’s facet.”

Nevertheless, now that point has passed by, it seems the estranged household is likely to be prepared to go away the drama up to now.

“Lately, there have been occasional texts between Britney and her children, so possibly the ice is thawing a bit,” TMZ’s Charles Latibeaudiere claimed.

Kevin Federline and Britney Spears
Spears shares the 2 boys with ex Kevin Federline.
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In actual fact, even Kaplan thinks there may be hope for the household, who nonetheless has lots of “love” for each other.

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“They love their mom, and so they hope that the connection will enhance going ahead so that everybody is comfy, however proper now, that could be a dynamic that doesn’t appear to be in existence,” the lawyer added.

Sam Asghari and Britney Spears.
The singer’s present husband, Sam Asghari, slammed the “disgusting” documentary on Sunday.
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Though the brand new TMZ doc was meant to shine a light-weight on Spears’ life post-conservatorship, her husband referred to as your complete manufacturing “disgusting.”

“I discovered it completely disgusting for the individuals who had been in her life when she didn’t have a voice, they went and advised her story prefer it was theirs,” Asghari started in a video posted to his Instagram Story Sunday evening.

“Swiftly — after 15 years when she’s free in spite of everything these gaslighting, all these issues that went down — now you’re going to place her below a microscope and inform her story?” he requested, rhetorically.