Kevin Federline, Jamie Spears working on fatherhood book
Kevin Federline and Jamie Spears are getting to work, bitch.
Britney Spears’ ex-husband is “writing a book on his experience of fatherhood” — and the pop star’s estranged father has “agreed to help,” journalist Daphne Barak revealed.
Barak has interviewed both Federline, 44, and Jamie, 70, in recent months, and she shared with the Mail on Sunday that the two men “are now speaking to each other once again” following a rough patch in their relationship.
In September 2019, Federline obtained a restraining order against Jamie after the Spears family patriarch allegedly abused his grandson Sean Preston, whom the former backup dancer shares with Britney.
While Jamie was not hit with criminal charges over the incident, the protective order prevented him from seeing Preston, 17, and the former couple’s other son, Jayden James, 16, for three years.
“I miss my two boys really, really bad. I do,” Jamie told Barak in his first interview in a decade. “We were very, very close. … It’s been a tough three years without them.”
Jamie described his family as “a mess,” adding, “All I can say is that most people don’t have a clue what the truth is.”
The past few years have indeed been turbulent for the Spears brood, as Britney, 41, accused her dad of abuse before a Los Angeles judge terminated the “Hold Me Closer” singer’s conservatorship in November 2021.
Jamie has denied wrongdoing, claiming to Barak that he does not “know if [Britney would] be alive” had he not taken control of her personal, medical and financial affairs in February 2008 in the midst of the Grammy winner’s highly publicized personal struggles.
But Britney and her legion of fans see the situation differently, alleging that Jamie took advantage of his rights as the “Toxic” singer’s conservator and enriched himself with millions of dollars from her estate.
Page Six broke the news in February that Britney is writing a memoir of her own. Her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, also released a book this year.
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