Just recently, Britney Spears and Kevin Federline’s son posted on Instagram Live and it went viral.
Jayden Federline is only 13 years old but once you have an internationally recognized mom like Britney Spears, people become more interested in you than they would with an ordinary teen. Jayden’s clip with candid comments made headlines that caught the attention of her mom’s followers and also his dad.
Based on the clip, the 13-year-old described his grandfather, Jamie Spears, as someone with a “pretty big d—k”. He also claimed that his mom might quit the music industry for good. Instagram has already taken down the post and his father, Kevin, is taking the necessary measures to talk about the incident with Jayden.
According to his lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan, Kevin wasn’t happy about what he saw and he is dealing with it the way a responsible parent should. He said that the father understands that Jayden is acting like kids his age but he expects better from his son. He assured that they won’t be anticipating seeing similar posts from Jayden in the future.
So why did Jayden decide to go public about these things? According to a source, he was being a kid and doing what other teenagers like him do. He was simply experimenting on social media and based on what happened, he had learned his lesson. The source added he didn’t understand the consequences of his actions but now that he is fully aware of what it’s like to be in a family that’s in the public eye, he knows what he can and can’t share online.
Kevin has primary custody of Jayden and Sean Federline though they refer to their custody arrangement as “organic”. Meanwhile, Jamie is keeping his distance from his grandchildren. He had a restraining order after allegedly fighting with his grandson, Sean. The Ventura County District Attorney’s Office decided not to file criminal charges because of insufficient evidence last September 2019.- Advertisement -
During that time, Britney and Kevin had agreed on a new custody agreement which awarded Britney 30 percent unsupervised custody of their children. Their previous custody was split 50-50.
Kaplan said that Kevin doesn’t prevent their sons to spend time with their mom but based on their recent agreement, this reflects what he believes is in the best interest of their kids.