Never Badmouth Your Ex

Federline Badmouths Britney Spears

Never Badmouth Your Ex

Britney and Kevin

If you didn’t know, Britney Spears has two teenage sons (16 and 15) with ex Kevin Federline.   Recently, Kevin posted OLD videos (from when they were 11 and 12) to his social media, to try and “cancel” Britney.

Two Different Videos

There were 2 different videos.  In the first, Britney reprimands her son for going into an ice cream shop barefoot.  In the second video, she tells her son to put lotion on his coarse skin, and demands respect for her in her house.  “I am a woman of worth!”

Cancel Culture Backfired

Federline has since taken down the videos, probably because they backfired.  You NEVER win when you badmouth your ex, especially in family court.  Why?  Simply, because Mother Theresa does not marry Hitler.


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Minnesota Judge’s 200 Blunt Words For Divorcing Parents

“Your children have come into this world because of the two of you. Perhaps you two made lousy choices as to whom you decided to be the other parent. If so, that is your problem and your fault.

No matter what you think of the other party—or what your family thinks of the other party—these children are one-half of each of your. Remember that, because every time you tell your child what an “idiot” his father is, or what a “fool” his mother is, or how bad the absent parent is, or what terrible things that person has done, you are telling the child half of him is bad.

That is an unforgivable thing to do to a child. That is not love. That is possession. If you do that to your children, you will destroy them as surely as if you had cut them into pieces, because that is what you are doing to their emotions.

I sincerely hope that you do not do that to your children. Think more about your children and less about yourselves, and make yours a selfless kind of love, not foolish or selfish, or your children will suffer.”

Well said, Your Honor.



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