BRITNEY Spears will not get to spend Christmas with her teenage sons and has had to settle with seeing them earlier this week.
The Toxic singer, 39, hung out with 15-year-old Sean Preston and 14-year-old Jayden on Monday and Tuesday, but will not see them on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.
Britney Spears and her two sons, Jayden, 14, and Sean Preston, 15[/caption]
The teens were returned to their dad, Kevin Federline’s home where they’ll spend Christmas, according to TMZ.
Last year, Britney spent Christmas Eve with her boys but missed out on spending time with them on the festive dates.
Britney has custody of her kids for about 30% of the time, while Kevin is in charge of them at all other times.
The Lucky singer also allegedly blamed her father Jamie for her reduced custody time with her two sons.
Their her sons with ex-husband, Kevin Ferderline[/caption]
Britney will not be spending Christmas Day with her boys[/caption]
Instead she had to settle with a visit on Monday and Tuesday this week[/caption]
Britney spent Christmas Eve with the boys last year[/caption]
The pop star has spent less time with her teen boys – – since last year and believes her father Jamie is at fault, a source told US Weekly.
Britney and her 69-year-old dad Jamie have been a part of an ongoing legal war over the singer’s conservatorship.
The insider also revealed: “[Jamie] is the reason she has far less custodial time with her sons than she did before.
“The incident with Jamie and Preston changed everything. It was a major blow for Britney.
She blames her dad for the reduced custody of the boys[/caption]
“She, Kevin, Preston and Jayden have all seen Jamie differently ever since.”
The occurrence – which prompted less visitation rights for Britney and her sons – took place prior to her ex-husband Kevin Federline, 42, granting a restraining order against the singer’s dad in September 2019, according to US Weekly.
The protected order was implemented after Britney and Kevin’s son Preston had an altercation with his grandfather Jamie.
Meanwhile, Britney’s dad has been in control of her finances and well-being for more than 10 years.
Britney has custody of the boys for only 30% of the time[/caption]
A conservatorship was put in place in 2008 following the singer’s public meltdowns.
The ruling means that Britney has no legal control over her estate or financial and personal assets as those rights were granted to her father and a lawyer 12 years ago.
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In August 2020, Jamie said that Britney’s conservatorship is “no one else’s business” and the #FreeBritney movement “is a joke.”
Just a few days ago, Jamie revealed he has not spoken to his daughter since August and admitted the pair are no longer on “good terms.”