‘He could go die’: Britney Spears’ son slams grandfather, previously accused of child abuse [Report]

One of Britney Spears’ sons slammed his maternal grandfather on social media Tuesday, Page Six reports.

Pop singer Britney Spears’ father, Jamie Spears, previously had had conservatorship rights over her financial and personal affairs. He was also the centerpiece of an investigation after he allegedly abused Britney’s youngest son, Sean Preston Federline, in 2019.

Britney’s other son, Jayden Federline, apparently expressed harsh feelings towards his grandfather. During an almost 20-minute Instagram video, Jayden called his grandfather “gay” and added, “he could go die.”

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The teen praised his father, Kevin Federline, calling him “Jesus” and claiming his dad wouldn’t care that he made the video.

“I have the best dad ever. My dad is literally Jesus.”

Reportedly, Jayden’s Instagram account is now shut down.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Federline filed an order of protection against her Jamie Spears in September 2019, alleging that the man abused Sean Preston.

Following the alleged incident, Britney Spears took the children from her father’s home and sent them to stay with Federline for the night, Daily News reported.

An emergency protection order against Jamie Spears was granted, which prohibits him from going near Sean Preston and Jayden for three years.

According to USA Today,  the district attorney of Ventura County, California, announced in October 2019 that they did not pursue criminal charges against Jamie Spears.

“After reviewing the evidence, there is insufficient proof that a criminal offense was committed by Mr. Spears,” District Attorney Gregory Totten said last year.

Federline’s lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan, indicated that Federline never wanted his former father-in-law to face criminal charges. Instead, he wanted to make sure his sons were safe.

“Kevin had no desire that Jamie be prosecuted,” Kaplan said. “And now that there is an order in place that adequately protects the boys, the prosecution is of no concern to Kevin – if anything he’s glad Jamie does not have to deal with it.”

Federline now has 70 percent custody of his two sons, while Britney Spears reportedly has 30 percent unsupervised rights.

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[Feature Photo: Jamie and Britney Spears via AP]