Britney’s dad lifts lid on her strained relationship with ‘estranged children’
18.12.2022 - 02:39
BRITNEY Spears's dad Jamie has lifted the lid on her strained relationship with her 'estranged children'. The 70-year-old, who was in control of his daughter's finances and well-being for 13 years, has spoken out for the first time about the conservatorship one year on after it ending.
The form of legal guardianship controlled almost every aspect of Britney's life - and on 19th November 2021 the conservatorship finally came to an end. Speaking out for the first time since then, Jamie has defended the controversial legal order that sparked worldwide outrage — insisting she could have died without it.
He also opened up about how it affected her relationship with her sons. Britney, 41, shares Preston, 17, and Jayden, 16, with her ex-husband Kevin Federline, 44.
During the exclusive chat, Jamie backed a recent claim by her ex-Kevin that the court order did not destroy her relationship with her sons Preston and Jayden — it made it possible for her to rebuild it. Speaking to The Sun on Sunday one year after a Los Angeles judge finally set his daughter free, he said: “I don’t believe she would’ve got the kids back without the conservatorship.” During most of those 13 years, Jamie shared custody with the boys’ father Kevin, and says they worked together to make sure they saw their mother whenever possible.
They started with one-hour visits on Sunday afternoons, and taking it slowly, under the rules of the court order, helped a lot, he says. Most read in CelebrityBREAKING HIS SILENCE I saved Britney's life - she could have died, says dad Jamie SpearsHEALTH SCARE Sharon Osbourne rushed to hospital for emergency after falling ill on setSTAR'S PAIN Emma Bunton breaks down in tears and 'can't stop crying' after doctor's verdictPRICE
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