Britney Spears has had a rocky past few relationships, one being with her ex-husband Kevin Federline. The two had a very public split in 2007 that saw the pop star awarded temporary custody of their two children. Federline recently said that Jamie Spears “saved” Britney’s life after her breakdown.

According to Kevin Federline, Britney Spears’ father saved the pop star’s life by taking over as her conservator following a breakdown. The singer’s ex-husband said “100%” when asked if the conservatorship “saved” Britney’s life in a shocking interview with 60 Minutes Australia.

I feel like he [Jamie] saved her back then. I wasn’t involved in any of it, so I really don’t know how the conservatorship came about. I don’t know whose decision it was. All I know is, you have a family that is worried about their daughter and trying to do whatever they can to help her.

Federline, who has two children with Britney, Sean Preston and Jayden, said he was not involved in Jamie’s choice to include the “Toxic” singer in the agreement. Sean Preston and Jayden were overjoyed when their mother’s 13-year conservatorship finally ended in November 2021, according to the former backup dancer.

The ex-power couple only dated for three months in 2004 before they got engaged in July of that year, and they were married by September. Britney gave birth to Sean in September 2005, and Jayden followed around a year later in 2006, but the pop star filed for divorce in November 2006, with it being finalized the following year.

Keep an eye out on Thirsty for the latest news and updates. We’re certain that Britney Spears and K-Fed will keep making headlines for years to come.

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