Britney Spears slams Kevin Federline and makes call on sons' move to Hawaii
Yet the outlet noted Britney isn't "thrilled" about her ex turning the private family matter into a public spectacle.
It all began Wednesday, when Page Six obtained a copy of a letter from the Lucky singer's lawyer Matthew Rosengart.
Rosengart informed K. Fed's attorney that the star did not "intend" to interfere with her ex's plans to uproot the family, with Britney offering her full consent.
But the star's lawyer also slammed the former back-up dancer's rep Mark Kaplan for "publicizing" the matter and "creating unnecessary drama and a false dispute by publicly discussing the issue."
Rosengart further added that doing so was "undignified, ungracious, and unnecessary."
Britney Spears' strained relationship with her sons Jaiden and Sean
Meanwhile, an insider dished to the outlet that Britney "loves and has always supported" her sons and "want them to be happy."
K. Fed has added to the drama by alleging that Jaiden and Sean hadn't seen their mom in quite some time.
Hopefully the move will ease up any more tension.
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