Britney Spears has recently revealed that she is not willing to see her sons until she feels “valued” in their relationship. The pop star has two sons, Sean Preston, 15, and Jayden James, 14, with her ex-husband Kevin Federline.
In an emotional post on Instagram, Spears said that she had been trying to see her sons for weeks, but that she was being “blocked” by her ex-husband. She wrote, “I’ve been trying to see my boys for the past few weeks and every time I try, I’m blocked. I just want to make sure they’re okay and I’m not being a desperate mom. They made me the desperate one.”
Spears’ post has sparked a debate over whether or not she should be allowed to see her sons. Some have argued that her ex-husband is within his rights to keep her away, while others have argued that she should be allowed to see her sons, as long as it is in their best interests.
It is unclear what the legal situation is in this case, as Spears and Federline have joint custody of their sons. However, it is likely that the court will take into account Spears’ feelings and ensure that she is allowed to see her sons if it is in their best interests.
Spears’ post has also highlighted the importance of parents being able to communicate and work together for the benefit of their children. It is clear that Spears is desperate to see her sons, and it is important that both parents are able to come to an agreement that works for everyone involved.
Ultimately, it is up to the court to decide whether or not Spears should be allowed to see her sons. However, it is clear that she is desperate to do so, and it is important that her feelings are taken into account.