In 2008, the custody battle between Britney Spears and her ex-husband Kevin Federline came to an end when Federline was awarded full custody of their two sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James. The two had been married from 2004 to 2007 and the custody battle had been ongoing since then.
The custody agreement granted Federline full legal and physical custody of the boys, with Spears receiving supervised visitation rights. Spears was also ordered to pay Federline $20,000 a month in child support. The agreement also stipulated that Spears was to stay away from drugs and alcohol, and was required to submit to random drug testing.
Since the custody agreement was reached, Federline has been the primary custodial parent for the boys. He has been praised for his parenting skills and the boys have grown up in a stable home with their father. Spears has been allowed supervised visitation rights, but the boys have lived with their father since the agreement was reached.
In 2020, Spears was granted an extension of her visitation rights, which allowed her to spend more time with her sons. Spears has also been praised for her efforts to maintain a healthy relationship with her sons, despite the challenges of co-parenting.
The custody agreement between Spears and Federline is set to expire on September 12, 2022. It is unclear what will happen after that date, but it is likely that the agreement will be extended or renegotiated. For now, Federline has custody of the boys and Spears has visitation rights.
Overall, it is clear that Federline has had custody of Spears’ two sons since 2008. Spears has been allowed supervised visitation rights and has worked hard to maintain a healthy relationship with her sons. The custody agreement between Spears and Federline is set to expire in 2022, and it is unclear what will happen after that date.