Britney Spears' Son Jayden Federline Says She Might 'Quit' Music, Slams His Grandfather on Instagram Live. Britney Spears' youngest son, Jayden Federline, said on Instagram Live on Tuesday, March 3, that his mom might quit music. The Grammy winner's second child with ex-husband Kevin Federline spoke to his followers from his bedroom at his dad's California home and answered questions about the pop star, while discussing his own musical aspirations -- he wants to be a producer -- and which video games he is into. "What's going on with my mom? I'll tell you guys the whole story about my mom and stuff if I get 5,000 followers on my Instagram," he said in response to a "Free Britney" question in a 15-minute clip posted online. "That stuff will come out way in the future [when] I get really popular." Asked by another fan if his mom was "being controlled" amid her long-running conservatorship, he replied, "No. I don't know." When a followed wondered whether Spears, 38, who quit her Las Vegas residency a little over a year ago, would be releasing any new music soon, he said, "Actually I haven't seen her doing a lot of music at all. I don't think that ... I don't know, dude. I don't even know. I remember one time I asked her, I said, 'Mom, what happened to your music?' and she was like, 'I don't know, honey. I think I might just quit it.' I'm like, 'What? What are you saying? Like, do you know how much bank you make off of that stuff?'" The 13-year-old was also asked if he would get into trouble for his livestream and said he wouldn't. "I mean, my dad doesn't care," he said. "I have the best dad ever. My dad's literally Jesus." He also praised Spears' boyfriend of more than three years, Sam Asghari, saying, "I like Sam. He's good, he's nice. He's a really good dude." But he had far less praise for his maternal grandfather, Jamie Spears, who was allegedly involved in an altercation with Jayden's older brother, Sean Preston, 14, in August 2019. When a fan asked if his grandfather -- who has been Britney's conservator since 2008 but briefly stepped down in 2019 as he battled serious health issues -- is "a jerk," Jayden said, "Yeah, he's a pretty big dick." Federline, 41, was granted a restraining order against Britney's father in August 2019 after an alleged altercation between Jamie and Sean Preston. "Britney had the boys at Jamie's condo on the evening of August 24. Jamie and Sean Preston got into an argument. Sean Preston felt unsafe and locked himself into a room. Jamie broke into the room and shook Sean Preston," a source told Us Weekly about the incident that prompted Federline to report Jamie's behavior to the police and file the restraining order. While criminal charges were not brought against Jamie, he is prohibited from coming near Sean Preston and Jayden for three years. The conditions of the order also state that an adult Federline also approves of, who cannot be Jamie, must be present when the boys are with their mother. Britney and Federline's custody agreement was changed last September, with the singer getting 30 percent unsupervised custodial rights, while the DJ has custody of their sons 70 percent of the time, a source confirmed to Us. They previously shared 50-50 custody. (UsMagazine)

Corey Feldman says his life is in danger over doc exposing Hollywood abusers. Corey Feldman says he fears for his life because of his upcoming documentary exposing a powerful Hollywood pedophile ring. He arrived at "The Wendy Williams Show" with a security detail on Tuesday and "said his life has been threatened since working on his doc," a source told Page Six. "My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys" covers the experiences of him and his best friend, the late Corey Haim. "We had both been molested as children ... He was raped physically. I was raped emotionally. I was molested," he told Williams. Feldman has never named his or Haim's abusers, but promises to expose them in the doc. "I am saying every name that affected ... our lives, and we have victims talking about their experiences ... The one main name that everyone is waiting to hear ... It is a name that everybody on the planet knows." Williams was then silent for an awkward 15 seconds. "You're speechless. I've never seen you speechless. It's scary. It's very scary," he said. Williams replied, "I'm frightened for you. You've only got you and [your wife] against the world." Feldman said he funded the doc himself after streaming services turned him down, and he'll premiere it on its own Web site on Monday. (PageSix)

Lori Loughlin's Bombshell Claim in College Admissions Case Could be 'Prosecutor's Nightmare': Expert. The couple's attorney Sean Berkowitz filed a motion to have their upcoming trial date postponed, which was denied. Almost a year after she and her husband were first charged in the college admissions scandal, Lori Loughlin is fighting back in court -- with explosive evidence that could help exonerate her and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli. On Feb. 26, the couple's attorney Sean Berkowitz filed a motion to have to their upcoming trial date postponed due to newly released claims that scam mastermind Rick Singer was told by the FBI to lie about whether parents knew they were paying bribes. Berkowitz states in the court documents that "Singer's notes indicate that FBI agents yelled at him and instructed him to lie by saying that he told his clients who participated in the alleged 'side door' scheme that their payments were bribes, rather than legitimate donations that went to the schools." Last year, Loughlin, 55, and Giannulli, 56, pleaded not guilty to charges of fraud, money laundering and conspiracy to commit federal program bribery after they were accused of paying Singer $500,000 to designate their daughters -- Isabella Rose, 21, and YouTube star Olivia Jade, 20 -- as recruits to the USC crew team. Neither of their girls ever rowed. In addition, Loughlin and Giannulli were handed an additional federal charge in October: one count each of conspiracy to commit federal programs bribery. They have pleaded not guilty to all charges. The recent filing sent shock waves through those involved in the scandal, in which many defendants (including actress Felicity Huffman) have already pleaded guilty. "This is a defense attorney's dream and a prosecutor's nightmare," says criminal defense lawyer James J. Leonard Jr., who's not representing anyone in the case. "This changes everything." Still, the Boston judge denied Loughlin's request and set her and Giannulli's court date for Oct. 5. "They are not upset that the date didn't get moved," says a Loughlin source. "Any new development that might challenge the prosecution's allegations is good for them." (People)

Really crappy situation for ex-NFL punter Steve Weatherford ... his 2012 NY Giants Super Bowl ring has been STOLEN ... and now he's asking his fans to hawk eBay for the bling. "Recently, a string of car break ins happened in my neighborhood; all in one night, 8 cars were broken into," Steve said on IG. "I gave my ring to my wife the night before after speaking at an event, she put it in her purse, she left her ring her purse (in the car) and...." NOOOOO!!! But the good part?? Steve has insurance ... so he went to the jewelry store and got a "replacement" ... which was a big-ass diamond for his wife!! Obviously, a SB ring has sentimental value, so Weatherford's now asking Giants co-owner John Mara to help him out by giving Tiffany & Co. the green light to make him a new ring to give to his son one day. The 37-year-old is asking people to hit him up if they see his SB XLVI ring on eBay ... and has a message for the potential culprit. "Mr. Neighborhood Robber man, I hope you tried that ring on, I hope it brings favor to your life, the same way it has for other people the past 6.5 years I've had possession of it." "It wasn't my hand that won it, but I'd like your hand to wear it." Talk about forgiveness. (TMZ)

William Shatner and his ex-wife are divvying up all their assets, and we mean ALL -- because the settlement covers everything from dogs to land, to ashes of exes and yes ... horse semen. As you know, Bill filed to divorce Elizabeth back in December and it's now been finalized, but they had plenty to split up. We'll start with their livestock. Capt. Kirk is boldly leaving with 2 horses ... Renaissance Man's Medici and Powder River Shirley. He also gets 2 dogs ... Macchiato and Double Espresso. Elizabeth also gets 2 horses ... Belle Reve's So Photogenic and Pebbles (they kinda mailed it in with that name). No dogs for her. Shatner's love for his horses is well known -- he breeds them after all, and he made sure to cover that in the docs. For instance, he gets "all horse semen" and horse equipment. Yes, that's spelled out in black and white. On to their real estate and cars. Elizabeth gets a Malibu Cove home, another in Versailles, Kentucky and she keeps her share off her family's farm in Indiana. In her garage, you'll find a 2007 BMW X5, a 2015 Mercedes Benz ML65, and a 2004 Ford Explorer. Shatner keeps a Studio City home and a ranch in Three Rivers, CA near Sequoia National Park. However, they've agreed that Elizabeth gets the right to "occasionally harvest some fruit" from trees on the ranch. It's clearly a special property to both of them ... because she can also go there to visit the ashes of her first husband, and some horse graves. The divorce also spells out visitation rights -- they didn't have kids together, but they've got lots of animals. Elizabeth can visit with Macchiato, Double Espresso and some of the horses ... as long as she gives Bill "advance notice." As for the boring stuff -- AKA money -- he's already paid her one lump sum of $2 million in spousal support, and that was spelled out in their prenup. The judge has already signed off, so that's a wrap on marriage #4 for Bill and #2 for Elizabeth. They're both single and ready to mingle!!! (TMZ)

Blac Chyna Claims Ex-Fiance Rob Kardashian Is 'Too Afraid to Leave the House' Amid Custody Battle for Daughter Dream. Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian's child custody battle is getting more tumultuous after the Lashed Bar owner claimed that she had concerns about her ex-fiance's mental state. In legal documents viewed by Us Weekly, Chyna, 31, questioned Kardashian's ability to care for their 3-year-old daughter, Dream, due to his inability to leave his home. "Respondent tells me all of that time that he is depressed, and has on occasion mentioned that he felt like killing himself," the Real Blac Chyna star claimed in an affidavit filed on February 18 in response to Kardashian's request for primary custody of Dream. "Respondent has trouble leaving the house." She added: "All of the places he says Dream goes during his custodial time, Dream is going there with a nanny or family member because respondent is too afraid to leave the house." The mother of two revealed that she hasn't seen the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 32, more than "four times in person since the paternity judgment" was entered in October 2017. She claims the lack of interaction has led to coparenting issues. The California native responded to Chyna's allegations in regard to his inability to venture outside of his residence in an affidavit filed on February 24. "I deny that I have an issue with depression or leaving the house," he said in the documents viewed by Us. "My family and I are public figures. There was a time when any paparazzi photo of me immediately led to very incessant negative remarks about my appearance. So yes, for a period of time, I did not want to subject myself to that; I am not sure why anyone would." Us reported last month that the model requested the court to order a mental health evaluation for Kardashian after she voiced her concerns. The request could delay the pair's upcoming court appearance set for this month. According to Elise Greenberg, Kardashian's legal representative, Chyna wanted to push the court date in order to examine the reality TV star's mental health. This demand caused the former University of Southern California student to respond, alleging that Chyna is conducting a "smear campaign" against him. He claimed that he does not "drink alcohol to excess" and does not "use cocaine or opioids or any illegal substance" despite his ex's claims to the contrary. On January 3, Kardashian submitted an emergency filing with the court to obtain full custody of Dream. At the time, he claimed that Chyna's alleged substance abuse and behavior was having negative effects on their child. Days later, the former Dancing With the Stars contestant filed a new request to require Chyna to undergo drug testing before her scheduled visitations with their daughter. Chyna's attorney, Lynne Ciani, denied the allegations, telling Us in a statement that her client will "vigorously contest this latest despicable attempt to take away her daughter." A judge denied Kardashian's petition for primary custody in January, four days before he filed with the court for a second time. (UsMagazine)

"Little Women: LA" star Christy Gibel is officially -- and happily -- single with a few weeks to spare in her pregnancy ... but there are still some doggone issues to hash out. Christy and Todd Gibel are no longer husband and wife after the judge signed off on dissolving their marriage ... making them both single in the eyes of the law. She also has restored her name to Christy Lynn McGinity, her maiden name ... so another W there. Sources close to McGinity tell TMZ ... even though she wanted an annulment, she's satisfied with the divorce ruling because she just wants to be done with Todd before the birth of her child, whose due date is April 1. As we told you ... Christy moved on quickly following her split from Todd with a new guy named Gonzo, and the 2 announced they were expecting soon after. We're told Christy's excited to start a fresh life with her boyfriend and their baby ... who they plan to name Violet Eva Carazo. However, Christy and Todd still need to determine how to divvy up their marital assets ... including a dog named Elvis. Sources close to Todd tell us ... he wants Elvis back in the divorce settlement. Problem is -- according to Todd's side -- the dog was surrendered to Vanderpump Dogs, where they originally bought it, without his knowledge ... and then Vanderpump adopted Elvis back out to one of Christy's family members. We're told Todd believes Elvis is marital property and should be returned to him, and Vanderpump Dogs has apparently agreed to this if Christy's family member returns the dog. Our sources say Todd's holding out hope the court will award Elvis to him as part of the final divorce judgment. (TMZ)

Courtney Stodden is opening up about her marriage with ex Doug Hutchison. On Tuesday, the Celebrity Big Brother alum, 25, confirmed that she is officially divorced from Hutchison, 59, in a lengthy Instagram post about their relationship. Sharing a photo of Hutchison kissing her cheek, Stodden -- who married the Green Mile actor in 2011 when she was 16 years old -- wrote in the caption that she feels she was "absolutely taken advantage of" during their time together. "It's March 3rd, 2020 today I am officially divorced from actor Doug Hutchison. It's an emotional day for me. God only knows how he's feeling, but I can tell you that it's for the better," she began. "I look back at this picture and feel abso. She continued, "I've been scared to even speak up about feeling groomed or being verbally abused during the almost 10 year marriage because I was a child and he was 50 when we married but I'm a woman now and it's time for me to put my big girl pants on and speak on this matter." "I've felt completely trapped, manipulated and at times abandoned by adults // growing up in such an environment -- it became a lonely and dark place," she wrote, before telling followers that she has a book in the works. Stodden ended the post with a message to her former husband, writing, "And to Doug... I'll always love you; yet I'll always be angry. You've left me -- a child woman, feeling belittled and confused. These things I shall overcome." "I wish you well. But please don't ever do this to another minor again. It's not right... even if the parent signs off. Wait a respectable amount of time before marrying. Children aren't on your level. I'll always love you regardless. Be better. As shall I," she added. Hutchison's manager Charles Lago declined to comment on Stodden's post, though he told PEOPLE, "This whole business with Courtney right now is initiated by the fact that Doug has a biography out on March 10." After separating and reconciling multiple times throughout their relationship, Stodden and Hutchison called it quits for the final time in 2016 following nearly six years of marriage. Last month, Hutchison opened up about his marriage to Stodden while promoting his upcoming memoir Flushing Hollywood: Fake News, Fake Boobs. "I shot my career in the head for love. And in doing so, I lost my family and friends. I was suddenly on the Titanic and everyone was fleeing except for me and Courtney. Now, I have nothing to lose but, to tell the truth," told Fox News. "For a long time, I acted out of fear and lies for that same reason -- I was afraid to burn bridges. Now, what am I afraid of? There is absolutely nothing to lose by telling the truth." When asked if he regrets marrying Stodden, Hutchison replied, "Absolutely not." "I don't believe in living a life of regret. I think that every choice we make, we make them for a reason... I have absolutely no regrets in my life," he said. "Do I wish I would have handled certain aspects of my life differently or said ... some things differently? Yes -- like everybody else. But my marriage to Courtney is not one of them. I regret none of it. It was a beautiful and powerful journey. A bittersweet journey with Courtney." (People)

3 Professional Frisbee Players Killed in Car Accident on Their Way to Practice in Michigan. "As a community we are still in shock at the unfair passing of these remarkable individuals," Grand Rapids Ultimate said in a statement. A close-knit Michigan sports community is mourning the loss of 3 professional frisbee players after they were tragically killed in a car accident on their way to practice. The American Disc League confirmed the news in a statement, revealing Detroit Mechanix players Michael Cannon, Kevin Coulter and Drew Piet died following the crash on Saturday, Feb. 29. "We wish to send our deepest sympathies and love to the families and friends who have been impacted, and our support to all the players, staff, and members of the Detroit Mechanix." Also within the statement was a message from the Grand Rapids Ultimate Frisbee community, expressing "shock" over the sudden deaths. "As a community we are all still in shock at the unfair passing of these remarkable individuals, and would like to offer as much help and support as we can to the families and players that have been affected by this terrible tragedy," GRU said. Michigan State Police confirmed to local outlet The Grand Rapids Press that the car that Coulter, 29, Piet, 28, and Cannon, 24, were in was stopped in traffic on the interstate due to an earlier crash when they were struck from behind in Ionia County around 7 p.m. The players were headed to practice in Detroit from Grand Rapids. The driver of the other car, identified by police as a 34-year-old man, was allegedly speeding in a 2018 Honda CR-V and had not slowed for the stopped traffic when he rear-ended the group's 2005 Toyota Camry, according to The Detroit News. The Camry then crashed into a 2019 Jeep Compass. Piet, who was driving the car, died of his injuries at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing after the crash. Coulter was killed instantly in the collision, The Detroit News reported. Cannon, 24, was rushed to the hospital and put on life support but died Monday, his family told The Grand Rapids Press. Police say the occupants of the Jeep Compass and the Honda CR-V suffered non-life threatening injuries, The Grand Rapids Press reported. It is not immediately clear if the 34-year-old driver of the Honda will face charges. A spokesperson for the Michigan State Police did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment. On Monday, GRU hosted a memorial for the late players. Coulter and Piet's family attended the memorial and expressed gratitude for the support the community has shown their loved ones. "The outpouring of support from the ultimate community is amazing," Piet's mother Marie Bongiovanni told The Grand Rapids Press. "I had no idea this was such a family, and I'm so glad that Drew was a part of this family," Bongiovanni said of the sports team community. Bongiovanni also urged drivers to pay attention on the road, adding to The Grand Rapids Press "My heart is broken and I will never be the same again." oulter's father Steve Coulter also spoke out telling The Grand Rapids Press "It's hard, because you don't know career-wise what he would have done and how he would have affected people, but it would've been something that helped society, helped the world." Since Cannon's death, a GoFundMe was created in hopes of providing funds for his memorial. "Mike was an Eagle Scout and his mentality to serve will live on through his choice to be an organ donor," the page reads. (People)


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