Britney Spears' son Jayden Federline is weighing in on the pop star's allegations about their family and sharing his hopes of reconciling with his mother.
In an article written by filmmaker Daphne Barak in the Daily Mail Thursday, Federline — Spears' 15-year-old son with ex-husband Kevin Federline — said the public hasn't been fair to his grandfather Jamie Spears
who headed the pop star's controversial conservatorship for 13 years until its termination in November.
The interview, conducted by Barak, aired in part on ITV in the U.K. Friday, with more portions set to air in Australia and Germany over the weekend
Barak's assistant Linda Green said in an email to USA TODAY. Green added the interview will air in full later this year.
Spears — who has vocally renounced her father Jamie, mother Lynne, sister Jamie Lynn and her allegedly abusive conservatorship — reacted to previews of her son's interview in an Instagram post Thursday.