The “Toxic” singer was married to her second husband, K-Fed, between 2004 and 2007 and now share two teenage boys: Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15. Although it seemed that the couple got along for the sake of the children, it seems that K-Fed rocked the boat in a new Daily Mail interview, when K-Fed said that Britney’s new boys are purposely avoiding her because of her NSFW Instagram photos.
Sam Asghari was quick to call out those comments, and later posted another update, insisting that Britney’s NSFW snaps are “an expression of newly found freedom” and ultimately “harmless.”
Sam Asghari Says Britney Spears’ NSFW Snaps Are ‘An Expression Of Newly Found Freedom’
As reported by TMZ, Sam Asghari continued to defend Britney Spears and her NSFW snaps in another Instagram Story.
“Even if there was truth to her kids being ashamed of their [mother’s] choices and positive body image they wouldn’t be the 1st teenagers [embarrassed] of their parents,” he wrote on his social media account. “Most kids are embarrassed of their parents at one point. The mere presence of a parent can humiliate a teenager.”
“It’s so common it has been a storyline used over and over on TV and in Films for decades,” he continued. “Eventually if not already they will realize their [mother’s] choices are harmless and an expression of newly found freedom. There is nothing to be [embarrassed] about just lots of things to be proud of.” He capped off the post with a red heart emoji and a prayer hands emoji.
This is only the latest statement from Sam. Shortly after K-Fed’s interview went public, Sam went on a long tirade against Kevin, warning that his “gravy train will end soon.”
Sam Asghari Claims That Britney Spears Has ‘Never Posted A Nude Selfie’
Over the weekend, the Iranian actor took to his Instagram Stories to write a scathing reply to Kevin Federline’s initial comments.
“To clarify my wife has never posted a nude selfie except of her butt which is quite modest these days,” he began, although many of Britney’s recent vacation photos have been topless. She has also posted several nude photos in the past, with her private areas covered by heart or diamond emojis.
“All other posts were implied nudity [which] can be seen in any ad for lotion or soap,” he added before criticizing K-Fed as a parent.
“There is no validity to his statement regarding the kids distancing themselves and it is irresponsible to make that statement publicly,” he went on. “The boys are very smart and will be 18 soon to make their own decisions and may eventually realize the ‘tough’ part was having a father who hasn’t worked much in over 15 years as a role model.”
“Kevin’s gravy train will end soon [which] probably explains the timing of these hurtful statements,” he went on. “I do not know him personally and have nothing against him aside from [choosing] to vilify my wife.”
“His character is revealed by approval of the cruel 13-year [conservatorship] and his loyalty to [Jamie Spears, Britney’s father] indicates his approval at the time of its conception as well,” he wrote. “Things that are now considered Normal issues and behavior easily dealt with therapy or other ways were magnified to justify a 13-year prison sentence.”
“Anyone approving of it is wrong or benefiting from it somehow,” he concluded. “I will not comment on this matter again except to say I have a job.”
Sam Asghari Channels Will Smith Despite Saying ‘I Wish Him The Best’
In a brief follow-up post he shared on his Instagram Stories, the Iranian actor added, “I wish him the best and hope he has a more positive outlook in the future for benefit of all involved. But for now: Keep my wife’s name…..out your mouth.”
In the latest update to the drama, K-Fed’s attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, has spoken about the matter, saying that Sam has it wrong and Kevin has been a good father to his kids. In a surprising twist, he also alleges that the two teenage boys actually prefer grandpa Jamie Spears to mom Britney Spears and want to keep their distance from her due to her NSFW photos. Those interested can read more about that by clicking here.