Britney Spears and ex-husband Kevin Federline haven’t exactly been on the best of terms lately, and the singer’s former spouse is airing more dirty laundry in an upcoming TV interview.
The one-time Spears backup dancer gave an extensive interview to Australia’s “60 Minutes” that is set to air on Sunday.
“I was mortified for her, I really was,” says Federline of Spears’ conservatorship in a sneak peek at the episode.
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“I still feel bad for her,” Federline muses, but then explains the reason he didn’t help Spears escape from the restrictive conservatorship she was under for more than a decade was out of concern for their sons.
“The boys, the boys, the boys. I had to worry about them,” he says. “I couldn’t get involved.”
In another snippet from the interview, he reveals that Spears hasn’t seen their sons in quite awhile. “It’s been a few months since they’ve actually seen her,” he says.
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Encapsulating their two-year marriage, Federline adds, “It was amazing… until it wasn’t.”
The full interview is slated to air in Australia on Sunday, Sept. 4.