Friday, December 21, 2007

Lynne Spears Told Kevin Federline About Jamie Lynn's Pregnancy Before Britney Found Out

Lynne Spears told Kevin Federline that Jamie Lynn was pregnant before she broke the news to her daughter, Britney, Usmagazine.com has learned.

But that doesn't come as a surprise to those in the Spears camp.

"Lynne talks with him way more than she talks to Britney," a source tells Us.

"Lynne mentioned it to warn him that the media would be going crazy," another source adds. "But she asked him as a favor not to say anything to anyone. She wanted him to be prepared."

Lynne famously sold the story to OK! magazine, upsetting her ex-husband (and Jamie Lynn and Brit's father) Jamie.

Source: usmagazine.com

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not a big surprise, I think it was pretty obvious that Kevin got along with Britney's family better than Britney did.

Anonymous said...

Good luck to Jamie Lynn. 16 is pretty young but at least she has the resources around her to be able to handle it. I respect her decision to keep the baby.

Anonymous said...

I LAUGHED HYSTERICALLY WHEN JAMIE LYNN'S DAD SAID THAT SHE HAD RUINED HER LIFE...HAHA...IT'S NOT LIKE SHE'S POOR AND WOULD EVER DEPEND ON WIC FOOD STAMPS AND WELFARE TO RAISE A CHILD. HE'S SO SELFISH AND SUPERFICIAL

Anonymous said...

1:40am, your ignorance is showing. I'm sure her Dad was not referring to monetary issues! She is only 16!

Anonymous said...

She's only 16. Not even KFed would touch her, unless she agreed to marry and pay $20,000 per month in support payments afterward.

Anonymous said...

This family is whitetrash.Her big sis whose suppose to be her rolemodel is a complete whore ,so what do u expect to happen to her?

Anonymous said...

britney spears mother is rediculous. clearly she is unstable as well. how is britney suppose to get better when her mother is rooting against her in the public eye?

Anonymous said...

it's one thing to have a cordial relationship with the father of her grandchildren, but it's another to confide in him with such personal issues and not even take into account your own daughter's feelings. good job.