Britney Spears hasn’t seen her teenage sons in “well over a year” due to their public argument about her behaviour on social media.The boys stopped responding to her texts at the end of the summer  because of the mounting tensions. In the documentary “TMZ Investigates: Britney Spears: The Price of Freedom,” producer Katie Hayes of TMZ reported that Britney was enraged.The “Toxic” singer last saw her boys Sean Preston, 17, and Jayden, 16, at the “very beginning of 2022,” which was before her marriage to Sam Asghari, a source tells news agency.
Connection with kids
Spears’ connection with her sons had long been strained, but things reached a breaking point in August 2022 when Jayden openly criticised her parenting techniques. At the time, Jayden told the Daily Mail, “I think Mom has struggled to give us both attention and equal love; I don’t think she showed enough to Preston, and I feel extremely horrible for that.
Kevin Federline, the boy’s father, claims that Spears’ propensity for displaying her bare body online didn’t help.”I try to enlighten them by saying, ‘Look, maybe that’s just another way she attempts to express herself.’ But that doesn’t change the fact that it affects them in any manner, he told the Daily Mail. “It’s hard.
Focus of documentary
The new TMZ documentary was supposed to focus on Spears’ life after the conservatorship, but her husband called the entire endeavor “disgusting.”Asghari stated, “I thought it incredibly horrible because the people who were in her life when she didn’t have a voice, they went and recounted her story like it was theirs,” in a video he posted to his Instagram narrative on Sunday night.
“All of a sudden — after 15 years, when she’s free, after all those gaslighting, all those things that went down — now you’re going to put her under the microscope and tell her story?” he rhetorically questioned.
“He carried out. Federline’s lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan, stated in the program that aired on Monday, “I imagine that he regrets he hadn’t. He genuinely believed that at some point he had to speak out against the negative publicity that Britney’s side had given them.
But now that more time has passed, it seems the estranged family is prepared to put the turmoil behind them.
According to Charles Latibeaudiere of TMZ, “Recently, there have been sporadic texts between Britney and her kids, so maybe the ice is thawing a bit.” Even Kaplan, who still has a great deal of “love” for the family, believes there is hope for them.
“They love their mother, and they hope that the relationship will improve going forward so that everyone is comfortable, but right now, that is a dynamic that doesn’t seem to be in existence,” the lawyer continued.
Although Spears’ life after the conservatorship was to be highlighted in the new TMZ documentary, her husband referred to the entire project as “disgusting.”In a video he uploaded to his Instagram Story on Sunday night, Asghari said, “I thought it incredibly horrible because the people who were in her life when she didn’t have a voice, they went and recounted her story like it was theirs.
He posed the rhetorical question: “All of a sudden — after 15 years, when she’s free, after all those gaslighting, all those things that went down — now you’re going to put her under a microscope and tell her story?”