Jayden Federline caused quite a controversy after going on Instagram live to talk to his new social media followers. He was joined by a bunch of Britney fans who had a lot of questions. Jayden did not hold back and answered all the questions honestly. IN the process he spilled A LOT of family tea including his thoughts on #FreeBritney and his disdain for his grandpa Jamie Spears.
During the live stream, Jayden was asked by a fan to “help your mom break free” and he said, “That’s what I’m trying to do.”
Many who watched the live stream recorded video snippets of Jayden talking and posted them on social media. The videos were going around like a wildfire. After people started picking up on the Instagram live revelations, Jayden’s Instagram was quickly shut down and turned to private. All of his posts were deleted off his social media.
Hours later, the videos on social media were being taken down due “This media has been disabled in response to a report by the copyright owner”, which makes it appears Britney’s team jumped into action to remove the videos from social media. Only a few videos remain up currently.
Britney’s ex-husband, Kevin Federline, spoke out after the scandal through his attorney. His longtime lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan, talked to Page Six about the fallout from 13-year-old Jayden speaking out. He told the outlet Federline was “handling” the situation. He added, “It’s the result of a 13-year-old acting like a 13-year-old, Kevin is handling it like a responsible parent.” The lawyer did not know if Federline had spoken to Spears since it all went down.
In the now-deleted videos, Jayden trashed his grandfather Jamie calling him a “di-k” and “jerk,” One follower said, “kill your grandfather” to which Jayden responded, “Bro, I was thinking the same thing.”
Last year, Jayden and his brother Sean were granted restraining orders against Jamie following abuse allegations. No criminal charges were ever filed but the family appears estranged to this day. Britney did lose custody for a brief period of time while the investigation took place. Federline currently has primary custody of the two boys with the singer being awarded unsupervised visitation.
As The Blast first reported, a Los Angeles judge recently extended Britney’s conservatorship for several months.