Britney Spears’ sons have ‘very few visits’ with their mom and ‘spend most of time with dad Kevin Federline or friends’

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BRITNEY Spears has reportedly not been seeing her two sons much as they spend most of their time with their dad, Kevin Federline.

The pop singer, 39, and her ex-husband, 42, share sons Sean Preston, 15, and Jayden James, 14.

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Britney Spears has been spending ‘less’ time with her kids lately[/caption]

Britney and Kevin got divorced almost a decade and a half ago, finalizing their split in July 2007 after two years of marriage.

After being given 30 percent unsupervised visitation rights in September 2019, a source told Us Weekly that Britney’s been seeing her kids less and less now that they’re teenagers.

The singer, who aside from dealing with custody agreements with her ex has also been dealing with her conservatorship battle against her dad Jamie, is only spending time with her sons “periodically” and not on any “set schedule.”

The insider explained: “She used to have more time with them until Kevin altered their custody arrangement after the incident with [her dad], Jamie [Spears, in 2019]. 

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She was given 30 percent unsupervised custodial rights in 2019[/caption]

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Britney’s sons spend most of their time with her ex and their dad, Kevin Federline[/caption]

“Since then, the boys’ visits have been less frequent. They spend most of their time at their dad’s house and have very few visits with their mom, especially overnight ones.”

The source added: “They are teenagers now and want to be with their friends, not their parents. It’s nothing against Britney. 

“They love and idolize her, and Kevin trusts her. It’s just that they’re getting older, so when they’re not at their main home with Kevin, they’re usually out doing things with friends.”

The “normal boys” love their mom but are focused on just being teenagers and being out with their friends and playing sports.

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Britney and Kevin share sons Sean Preston, 15, and Jayden James, 14[/caption]

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The pop singer, 31, sees her kids ‘periodically’ and not on a ‘set schedule’[/caption]

Like their parents, the teenagers are also big music fans, leaning more toward EDM and rap, with Sean even “DJing in his spare time.”

They know all about the #FreeBritney movement and the public’s overwhelming support of the singer amid her conservatorship battle.

Sean and Jayden “just want to see their mom happy” and are aware of what their grandpa Jamie is like, with the insider revealing that the teens “do not get along” with Britney’s dad.

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They want their mom to be ‘happy’ and know all about the #FreeBritney movement and her conservatorship battle against their grandpa Jamie[/caption]

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The teens reportedly ‘do not get along’ with Britney’s dad, and Jayden called him a ‘d**k’[/caption]

Daniel Lucas, a former crew member of Britney’s Las Vegas residency shows, alleged to The Sun that Jamie once “growled” at Britney’s sons in front of staff at the merch shop in early 2014, resulting in everyone being stunned into silence.

Kevin later took out a three-year restraining order against grandpa Spears in August 2019 after an alleged altercation between Jamie and Sean.

The kids are reportedly “not upset” at all about not seeing their grandfather, and they still “regularly stay in touch with” their grandma Lynn.

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Britney’s longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari also called Jamie a ‘d**k” in an Instagram post[/caption]

In a March 2020 Instagram Live, Jayden even called his grandpa “a jerk,” adding: “Yeah, he’s a pretty big d**k.”

Britney’s longtime boyfriend, Sam Asghari, shared similar thoughts about Britney’s dad recently, as well.

He publicly stood up for her and called out her father on his Instagram Stories.


“Now it’s important for people to understand that I have zero respect for someone trying to control our relationship and constantly throwing obstacles our way. In my opinion, Jamie is a total d**k,” he raged last month.

Iran-born Sam added: “I won’t be going into detail because I’ve always respected our privacy but at the same time, I didn’t come to this country to not be able to express my opinion and freedom.”

His rant came after the release of the documentary Framing Britney Spears, which shed light on her mental breakdown, her 13-year conservatorship and the #FreeBritney movement

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