Kevin Federline Says He Wasn’t Involved in Britney Spears Conservatorship: ‘I Wasn’t Involved In Any Of It’
Britney Spears’ sons are relieved that their mother was released from a 13-year conservatorship last year after a long battle. But the boys’ father, Britney Spears’ ex-husband Kevin Federline, is sceptical. “Both of them were super happy for her,” Federline said in an interview with 60 Minutes Australia about the court-ordered arrangement in which Spears’ personal and financial needs were determined by her estranged father, Jamie Spears, as well as a legal team following a mental health crisis in 2008.
The profile also delves into the early days of Federline/Spears’ love affair, with Kevin describing how the couple listened to each other and told jokes, all “magnified by 100” due to Britney’s global superstardom. “It was really different until… it wasn’t,” he said, offering only a few details about the couple’s secret wedding to avoid the intense paparazzi scrutiny.
Federline stated that he was surprised when Britney filed for divorce, adding that “nothing else mattered” to him other than ensuring he received 50% custody of the boys as the couple split amid Spears’ public battles with mental health. “I’m not the type to prioritise money over family… I felt terrible for her. “I really was for a long time,” Federline said of watching his ex struggle.
The couple’s 50/50 custody arrangement was changed several years ago after Sean Preston and Jayden “weren’t always happy living at their mother’s home,” according to 60 Minutes, with a court awarding Federline 70% custody in 2019, at which point the boys reportedly moved in with him full time.
Federline revealed that the boys have not seen their mother in “several months” in response to a scathing 22-minute voice note Spears released last week lashing out at her family for the pain she claimed she suffered under conservatorship. The news follows a recent ITV interview in which Jayden expressed regret that he and Preston would not have attended their mother’s wedding to Sam Asghari because it would have felt strange to do so when much of the extended Spears family was not invited due to the conservatorship.
“I am confident that this can be resolved.” It will just take a lot of time and effort. I simply want her to improve mentally. “I really want to see her when she gets better,” Jayden said in the interview, adding a personal message to his mother: “I love you a lot, and I hope for the best for you.” Maybe one day we’ll be able to sit down and talk like this again.”
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