Britney Spears’ attorney slams derogatory remarks about the singer’s mental health

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In a previous report by the Daily Mail, concerns were raised by Britney Spears’ ex-husband, Kevin Federline, and her estranged father, Jamie Spears. They expressed worries that Britney might be using crystal meth and could be at risk of a fatal overdose. Jamie Spears even mentioned the tragic case of Amy Winehouse, who died at the age of 27 due to alcohol poisoning. Federline, the father of Britney’s children, expressed fear for her well-being.

Denial and Response from Britney Spears and Kevin Federline

Britney Spears and Kevin Federline have now come forward to refute the Daily Mail’s report. Spears’ attorney, Mathew Rosengart, has strongly denied the allegations, calling them false and defamatory. Federline has also spoken out against the report, stating that he does not believe the claims made in the article.

Britney Spears’ Attorney Slams False Reports

Attorney Mathew Rosengart has taken action against the Daily Mail by sending a legal letter demanding an internal investigation into the exploitation of Spears’ minor children, Sean Preston and Jayden, by the publication. Rosengart has criticized the Daily Mail for publishing the story without contacting Spears’ representative beforehand, suggesting malicious intent on the part of the writer, Daphne Barak.

Demand for Internal Investigation and Accusations of Exploitation

The legal letter sent by Britney Spears’ attorney accuses Daphne Barak of attempting to contact Britney under false pretenses and exploiting her minor children, which is described as exploitative, harassing, and outrageous. Rosengart highlights the inappropriateness of such conduct, emphasizing that while Britney is a public figure, this level of scrutiny is unacceptable. He calls for the immediate retraction and deletion of the false story, as well as appropriate actions to be taken.

It is important to note that Barak has mentioned her involvement in filming activities with Federline, his wife, family, and others, which were requested by Federline.