Britney Spears’ Lawyer Sues Kevin Federline Over Sons’ ‘Cruel’ Videos, #Britney #Spears #Lawyer #Slams #Kevin #Federline #Cruel #Videos #Sons Welcome DIALOGUECENTRE.ORG BLOGHere are the latest news and popular news we have for you today: :
A strong response. Britney Spearslawyer, Matthew Rosengartclash Kevin Federline for posting a video that allegedly showed the pop star arguing with her sons.
“Britney Spears is a talented, hard-working individual who is rightly loved and respected by millions around the world,” the lawyer said. We every week in a statement on Thursday, August 11. “The same thing, it is not possible to talk about Mr. Federline, because it is not possible to talk, decided to give a free interview that happened to the mother of his children.”
Britney Spears and Kevin Federline. Image Press Agency/NurPhoto/Shutterstock; Kcr/Shutterstock
The former dancer, 44, recently spoke to British network ITV about his ex-wife, 40, and his relationship with their sons Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15. In the interview, Federline said that the young people “made up their minds. They don’t see him now. The Famous Beauty Club The alum also said he believes Spears’ controversial 13-year-old care saved him.
The Cross the road The actress responded to her ex-husband’s claims in a long, since-deleted Instagram post on Wednesday, August 10. “It should be 100 percent private and never online,” he wrote, saying that his sons had done it before. He was “bad” on trips.
Hours later, Federline released two now-deleted videos that allegedly showed Spears arguing with the boys when they were younger. “I can’t sit back and let my boys be accused like this after what they did,” the California native wrote via Instagram on Wednesday. “Despite the pain for us, we as a family decided to post these videos taken by the boys at 11 and 12. This is not the worst. The lies must stop. I hope our children grow up to be better than this. #Fear not true.”
Rosengart, for his part, shut down Federline’s claims when he spoke to We, saying: “Britney has faithfully supported her children and she loves them very much. Whether she knows it or not, Federline has not only violated the privacy and rights of the mother of her children, she has endangered her own children, who are entitled to privacy.”
The lawyer also criticized the singer “PopoZão” for posting the videos and said that doing so violates laws related to cyberbullying.
“Aside from his ITV interview, Mr. Federline made the unfortunate decision to post an old video of his 11- and 12-year-old children, sexually abused, at the bottom of a barrel,” Rosengart said. . “It’s disgusting. In addition to humiliating himself and breaking societal norms, he has also created various legal issues for himself, including but not limited to cybercrime and cyberbullying, and other things.”
The “Radar” singer hired Rosengart in July 2021 as she tried to oust him from her custody since 2008. Jamie Spears, the master of his financial decisions and his personality. The arrangement was terminated in November 2021 after a long legal battle.
“I have been honored to work with Britney, to stop her father as her guardian, to help her gain her freedom and dignity, and to help her protect herself from the bullying that he has suppressed in the past – and we will not tolerate bullying in any area,” Rosengart said. We. “We are working with Instagram to ensure that Mr. Federline adheres to its rules, and we are investigating all appropriate assistance to him. At this time, Britney’s own statement, everything between him and his sons should be kept private. We urge Mr. Federline to act in a manner of love and justice, and to stop talking publicly about private matters, without any benefits for one.
Federline did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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