Britney Spears says son Jayden said 'hateful' things because in two years he won't get anymore money from her
'Do you guys want me to get better so I can continue to give your dad $40,000 a month?' the 40-year-old singer says in a now deleted voice message
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The relationship between Britney Spears and her family hasn't always been cordial, and things have only gotten worse as a result of her youngest son, Jayden James Federline's recent remarks. Following a '60 Minutes Australia' episode, in which he and his father Kevin Federline spoke, that aired on Friday, September 2, Spears, 40, responded to the "hateful" comments made by her son, on her social media account via a voice message.
The mother of two said in a now-deleted voice message on Monday, September 5, that Jayden worries about her mental health because he fears the financial duties she has to her two sons will soon come to an end. The 'Toxic' singer said in the voice message, "I can totally understand why my family would have a problem with me doing my own thing. Maybe because I never have. Jayden, as you undermine my behavior just like my whole family always has with, 'Hope she gets better, I will pray for her'... Pray for what?"
Spears said, "I keep working so I can pay off [my mother Lynne Spears'] legal fees and her house. Do you guys want me to get better so I can continue to give your dad $40,000 a month? Or is the reasoning behind you guys deciding to be hateful is because it's actually over in two years and you don't get anything?"
Child support agreements usually come to an end after a minor child reaches adulthood, which in California is 18 at the moment. In a few days, Jayden will turn 16 while Sean Preston, his older brother, will turn 17 the following week.
Spears said, "That one time I said, 'I want to see you more' you called your dad and I never saw you again. I didn't do anything wrong and I know I'm not perfect, but the love I've given you and how much I adored you in your diplomatic ways, speaking like [my dad Jamie]-self entitled, 'This can be fixed, I'll see her when she's better.' Jayden it was a miracle I even had a normal conversation when I got out of that place."
The 'Till the World Ends' singer, in regard to her son's apparent lack of full support, stated, "But you were just like my other family, you secretly loved looking at me like something wrong with me. I didn't need family hiding s**t in houses and whispering s**t behind my back, feeling subconsciously guilty because I paid for every f*****g thing in both homes. I needed unconditional love and support."
Spears continued saying that the way her family treated her has caused her to lose her faith in God. "Honestly, my dad needs to be in jail for the rest of his life. But, god would not allow that to happen to me if god existed," she said. "I don't believe god exists because of how my family and my children have treated me. I'm an atheist ya'll."
In the interview, Jayden said, "I 100% think this can be fixed. It's just going to take a lot of time and effort. I just want her to get better mentally. When she gets better I really want to see her again."
Jayden also backed Jamie, Spears' father, for establishing conservatorship, contending that it was in the singer's best interests. "He was trying to be like any father, like pursue his daughter's dream of being a superstar, working and doing all these concerts and performing. But I think some people are just, like, ceasing to realize how much he cares about her," he said.
“I feel like he saved her back then.”— 60 Minutes Australia (@60Mins) September 5, 2022
Britney Spears’ former husband Kevin Federline saw the pop star at her troubled worst, and believes her father was doing his best to protect her by placing her under a conservatorship. #60Mins
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