Britney Spears’ ex-husband released secretly filmed images of how she treats her sons: stop lying

On Wednesday night, Federline released several secretly recorded videos and said: “I can’t sit by and watch my sons be accused of these things after everything they’ve been through. As painful as it is, as a family we have decided to release these videos that the boys made when they were 11 and 12 years old. Enough lying. I hope the children will grow up to be better than their mother.”

In the first video, B. Spears argues with her sons about to go to bed, reports

“This is my home,” shouts the pop goddess. – If I want to come and put lotion on my face so that the skin is not rough, I will do that. It doesn’t matter if you keep saying that everything is fine. Start respecting me, got it? And when Robin calls… Even Robin is just a battered kid.”

It is not clear which Robin she is referring to. One option is Robin Greenhill, executive director of Tri Star, who has been actively involved in the singer’s life.

The video ends with an angry Spears saying, “You gotta start treating me like a woman worth it. I’m a woman, is that clear? So treat me nicely. Understood?”

Another video, filmed while driving, appears to capture an argument over Sean Preston not wanting to wear shoes or show off his feet in public.

The boys argue with their mother over Sean’s phone. Then the conversation turns to ice skating in the arena.

Federline posted the videos in response to Spears’ Instagram post in which she called her 15- and 16-year-old sons’ behavior “disgusting” because they allegedly didn’t want to spend time with her.

The artist also mentioned an observer participating during the visits, but it is not clear who he is and why he accompanies the boys.

The videos are currently no longer available, but they managed to spread online through other sources.

Although the released videos are emotional, Spears’ fans have come to her defense, saying that parenting is one of the responsibilities of a mother and that there is nothing scandalous about the material.

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