With the “Free Britney” campaign getting so popular that one of the popstar’s conservation hearings was canceled as a result, people are starting to wonder, if Britney Spears is in as much trouble as her fans think she’s in when was the last time she has seen her children.
Spears and her ex-husband, Kevin Federline, are parents of two boys, Sean Preston and Jayden, who are both teenagers now. As Mamas Uncut has previously reported, Federline has primary custody of the two boys, but Spears has remained very active in their lives.
Kevin Federline Has No Plan to Get Full Custody of His and Britney Spears’ Children
Now a source is giving TMZ an update as to whether or not Federline is concern about the “Free Britney” campaign, especially when it comes to their kids. According to the source, “if Kevin ever felt any concern about Britney’s state of mind, he would try to take legal steps to end or reduce her visitation with their boys, however, he doesn’t believe his ex-wife poses a risk.”
As the source continued, Spears gets Jayden and Sean about 30-percent of the time, and Federline believes they “are healthy and safe when they’re at their mom’s home.” In fact, the source told TMZ that the dad isn’t “the least bit influenced by the persistent buzz from some fans who claim Britney should be freed from her conservatorship. There are always other people at Spears’ home when the boys visit,” which also helps Federline “feel that much more comfortable.”
Thankfully, while fans may be halting her court hearings due to refusing to get off the Zoom calls when asked by the presiding judge, it doesn’t seem their conspiracy theories are harming her and Federline’s custody agreement. However, it also doesn’t seem like the “Free Britney” campaign is ending anytime soon.
A quick glance at the comments section of Spears’ Instagram post will reveal that fans are still concerned with the singer’s safety. Many don’t believe it’s Spears who is running her account and continue to ask her to do an Instagram Live so that they can confirm she’s okay.