Ending the recording, Britney Spears shared how her religious beliefs have been impacted by her experience of her conservatorship.
On Monday, Britney Spears released another audio recording, and this time she detailed her relationship with her ex-husband, Kevin Federline, and sons Jayden and Sean Preston. The recording came following a controversial interview with Federline and Jayden. In the three-minute recording, Spears revealed, "I can totally understand why my family would have a problem with me doing my own thing, maybe 'cause I never have" referring to the minimal autonomy she had for over 13 years while under conservatorship of her father, Jamie Spears, who controlled every aspect of ger life, including her finances and medical decisions. As for her children, Federline has sole custody of both.
Ending the recording, Spears shared how her religious beliefs have been impacted by her experience of her conservatorship. "God would not [have allowed] that to happen to me if God existed. I don't believe in God anymore because of the way my children and my family have treated me. There is nothing to believe in anymore. I'm an atheist, y'all," she said. During an interview that aired on ITV last month and also last week shown on "60 Minutes Australia," Jayden Federline defended his grandfather and said he "doesn't deserve all the hatred he is getting in the media."
He went on to express his support for his grandmother, Lynne, who Spears has accused of supporting the conservatorship. During the ITV interview, Kevin Federline echoed his son's sentiments and said he believes the conservatorship was justified and that Spears' father "saved her back then." It was also revealed that Spears' sons chose not to attend their mom's wedding to Sam Ashgari because "she didn't invite the whole family, and then if it was just going to be me and Preston, I just don't see how that situation would have ended on good terms," said Jayden.
Kevin Federline went on to allege that Spears' social media presence had a negative impact on her sons. "I try to explain to them, 'Look, maybe that's just another way she tries to express herself.' But that doesn't take away from the fact of what it does to them," he noted. Jayden went on disapprove his mother's Instagram activity saying, "it's almost like she has to post something on Instagram to get some attention. This has gone on for years and years and years, and there's a high chance that this will never stop, but I'm hoping for me that she will stop."
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