BRITNEY Spears' son Jayden has revealed his brother Preston begged his mum not to post photos of him online – only to be ignored.
Jayden, 15, who the pop singer shares with her ex husband Kevin Federline, detailed how his older brother Preston, 16, tries his best to stay out of the lime-light.
The brothers offered up an olive branch to mum Britney, 40, opened up about her social media habits in a tell-all interview.
Her ex-husband Kevin, 44, said their sons no longer wanted to see their pop star mum for visits, saying they had felt increasingly uncomfortable during their time together.
The superstar used an anguished social media post to accuse her boys of being “hateful” as she begged them to love her again.
In an emotional plea to Britney, Jayden responded: “I love you a lot, I hope for the best for you. Maybe one day we can sit down and talk."
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He then went on to discuss the reasons for the rift between them and their mum – including her use of social media.
Jayden feels more comfortable in the public eye than his brother, who does not like the cameras that are always focused on them.
Jayden, who spoke for them both, added: “He has always been like that. He asked my mother not to post his photos and she did it anyway, so it didn’t go well.
“Preston is older, so if I complained she went after him. I feel guilty, so I am there for him.
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“Preston is overthinking about what people are going to say about him. I think it’s a smart decision because we have both been under so much pressure in the past.
"He is more sensitive . . . I am very sensitive but I am more socially active. I work out, I play the piano. That is how I express myself; Preston has his own ways."
Elsewhere in the series of interviews, parts of which were on ITV News, Jayden explained why they decided to cut contact.
He revealed: “The type of environment she gave us was not very comfortable for me and my brother.
“Once you’re ten or 11, that’s when you come to the realisation of things. There’s no hate . . . I really want to see her again. It will make me happy, and it will make Preston happy.”
The boys were born during their mother’s short-lived marriage to Kevin, and live in Los Angeles with their father and his wife Victoria, 39, a former volleyball champion.
Britney invited her sons to her celebrity-packed wedding in June to model and personal trainer Sam Asghari, 28, but they did not attend.
Jayden explains: “It just wasn’t a good time to go. I’m not saying that I’m not happy for her, I'm really happy for them but she didn't invite the whole family and if it was going to be me and Preston, I don't see how it would have ended on good terms."
Britney recently deleted her Instagram last week but also released a 22-minute YouTube video where she described how she was “victimised” and “thrown away” by close relatives.
Both boys have struggled with their mum’s posts — both the risqué photos and the attacks on their loved ones.
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Britney has spoken out against her father Jamie, 70, who controlled her finances and aspects of her personal life for so long through her disputed conservatorship.
Britney’s 13-year conservatorship ended in November last year — but her legal team now wants to grill Jamie under oath about alleged mismanagement, with the possibility of further legal action.
She has also hit out at her mother Lynne, 67, sister Jamie Lynne, 31, and brother Bryan, 45.
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