Britney’s toddler sons swear like sailors

Britney Spears and son JaydenBritney Spears isn’t bothered that her toddler sons swear in public like sailors. Sean Preston, 3, and Jayden James, 2, were repeatedly heard shouting “Oh sh*t!” at a charity event while visiting the swag suite, according to the New York Daily News. An insider told the paper, “She was too busy picking out freebies to chastise the boys for misbehaving. We were all surprised by their potty mouths, but it was actually pretty funny.” Spears insists the boys have learned to swear from their dad, Kevin Federline. She said, “(The boys) are starting to learn words like stupid, and Preston says the f-word now sometimes. He doesn’t get it from us. He must get it from his daddy. I say it, but not around my kids.” This from the woman who shouted to her fans at a concert in Vancouver last April: “Rock out with your c***s out! Peace mother f***ers!”

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  1. Anka Butorac • August 14, 2009 @ 8:06 AM

    I had no idea. She seems like a cool rocker. I knew she had many problems. Too bad for her & her sons. I suppose she can clean out her mouth if she wants to since she is able to put out albums the way she does.
    I’m glan it is reported so people don’t have the wrong idea. Lets hope she fixes her naughty manners for her sons sake.

  2. Lenny • August 14, 2009 @ 9:06 AM

    You would expect anything different from Trailer Trash parents?

  3. Noodle • August 14, 2009 @ 10:01 AM

    If Britney and K-Fed were my parents, I think I’d be swearing too.

  4. Evelyn Gauvin • August 14, 2009 @ 11:44 AM

    I feel bad for all these children being brought up by these half wits with no with no morrows what is going to happen with the kifds when they grow up blame the idiot parents.

  5. xray • August 14, 2009 @ 12:45 PM

    exactly lenny. what can you expect with valueless and amoral parents? years of psychoanalysis lay in their future (and probably drug use too)

  6. Jo-Anne • August 14, 2009 @ 1:12 PM

    now, Noodle, that’s extremely funny!!!

  7. loU • August 14, 2009 @ 1:25 PM

    My Dear Anka

  8. no fan • August 14, 2009 @ 1:28 PM

    the way she talks in the public no wonder the kids swear

  9. ryan • August 14, 2009 @ 1:45 PM

    Apples dont fall far from there trees. I didnt know trailer park trash was in your genes. This women cant take care of herself nevermind two bastard children !!!

  10. SR • August 14, 2009 @ 2:01 PM

    Oooowwwww, SHOCKER!!!

  11. Helen Grekos • August 14, 2009 @ 2:10 PM

    It’s too bad that Brittany Spears ruined her life and her perfect image over a guy, Justin. I think she is dumb and I wouldn’t trade places with her. I value my privacy and my freedom. I wonder what dumb move she is going to make next?

  12. Dimitri Xenos • August 14, 2009 @ 3:13 PM

    You can take the girl out of the trailer park,
    but, you can’t take the trailer park out of the girl!

  13. Shauna • August 14, 2009 @ 3:50 PM

    that a really sweet comment ryan, not. its not the kids fault and theyre not what you call them

  14. smooth • August 14, 2009 @ 4:33 PM

    I love it when little kids swear. I know it is not the one of those things that I should. But I find it cute. I kind Of on both sides of the rope. I find it funny and cute and on the other hand inipropriate. Only the people the children are around the most can be blamed for that.

  15. Shelley • August 14, 2009 @ 5:19 PM

    People are so quick to judge others. No one is perfect these kids are lucky they have parents, talk to the many kids that don’t. So what if they said a bad word and you think your president of the USA never said a cuss word get over it. Britney is learning parenthood and it is the hardest job in the world, maybe if you judgemental people would leave them alone they would do ok. I have 4 kids and when mine said a cuss word i didn’t read about it in the paper or magagine. so am i a bad idiot parent too.. what ever.. you go girl your doing just fine…

  16. mandee • August 14, 2009 @ 5:42 PM

    ryan, i wonder if youd say the same of your sisters kids, or your best friends kids if they swore when they were children? you are pretty judgmental of someones TODDLER children dont you think? i am positive that when you were growing up you didnt live a perfect existence without being bad or swearing or acting up. they are BABIES. they dont know what swearing even means, the only reason they are swearing is because they heard someone they trust swear so they think its ok. britney automatically saying no never from my side of the family is just ridiculous. how can she be CERTAIN that none of her family slipped up and swore ONCE in front of her children? they only need to hear you say something once to repeat it over and over, especially at the age they are at now. i dont think either parent is innocent in this case, but i dont see why its such a big deal. if she wasnt a celeb you wouldnt even know, and like others on here, you would probably find it either hilarious or adorable.

  17. Mary • August 14, 2009 @ 6:37 PM

    I agree with you Mandee and the ones who have so much to say probably have the biggest potty mouths.

  18. duh • August 14, 2009 @ 8:07 PM

    why the hell did you just call her “a cool rocker”, Anka?

    She’s far from one…. do you know what genre of music she performs?

  19. Jo-Anne • August 14, 2009 @ 8:18 PM

    come on!!! An “Insider” says “she was too busy picking out freebies”?????

    such a believable storyline…

  20. April • August 14, 2009 @ 8:49 PM

    Funny that I’m NOW reading this article as I just read one online about what a HORRIBLE swearer Britney is, so IF this is true, and she is around the kids when she does swaear, it is only time before the kids pick it up and will repeat it. It is up to her to stop doing it around the kids and to also tell them it is NOT acceptable behaviour (as “Supernanny would say, LOL) and I do not doubt they swear around K-Fed as he is NO great role model himself, with rapping with swear words in them, so I guess it will take the 2 of them to cease the “curse” words around the kids if they expect them to ever stop.

    In her defense, because she is in the public eye they are making this MUCH more than it SHOULD BE, because I have heard several children swear in public, but of course they are NOT in the public eye, so no big deal is made of it, NOT FAIR I guess, but comes with being a “famous person”, oh well, what this world has come to!!

  21. mandee • August 14, 2009 @ 11:52 PM

    “rapping with swear words in them” really? you think 2 and 3 year old children listen to rap and understand whats being said? i am 24 years old and half the time i listen to rap and have no idea what they just said. what ADULTS do in THEIR OWN TIME should not be criticized just because their children may misbehave from time to time or swear. does anyone NOT swear these days? also, why is “oh s*hit” such a bad thing? children dont understand that those words are not normal words, especially if someone has slipped up and said it in front of them. i dont care who is responsible, its not like they are being abused, mistreated or neglected.

  22. Leanne • August 15, 2009 @ 1:38 AM

    Next thing you know the boys will be going out in public with no underwear on. Let’s face it, with those 2 as “parents”, not to mention the rest of family back in the trailer park, those poor boys don’t have a hope in hell. What Brit will never get is money doesn’t buy class.

  23. April • August 15, 2009 @ 1:47 AM

    Can’t you vent to someone else because no matter what I say, you have to have some kind of comeback and I’m SO sick of it!! I said that kids do swear as they pick it up, but NO MATTER what I EVER say, you have to have some kind of negative feedback, so why not just direct it to someone who cares? You just love to pick fights all the time with me and you are worse than Nancy now, does that make you happy!! And for someone who is 24, I found this post quite hilarious!!

    mandee on August 13, 2009 11:37 PM man i wish you wouldnt delete my comments ( because sometimes they are really worded good lol. can you tell us who Shauna, Yerraynus, FUMJA are since you know?

    I hope you aren’t including that post as one of your best ones as “they are really worded good” is more like a grade school grammar for a sentence!! Perhaps you should turn down the jobs and go back to school? And “I” is not supposed to be “i” (a grade 2 or 3 child would know that!!)

  24. Shauna • August 15, 2009 @ 2:00 AM

    ah ah ah what ever happened to being polite here?

  25. April • August 15, 2009 @ 3:16 AM

    Mandee is the one that likes to start things, not me, so ask her Shauna!!

  26. Carol • August 15, 2009 @ 8:52 AM

    It’s Britney and nothing about her and her offspring should surprise us. When my daughter was that age she was not out of my sight. If I went shopping I would never be more interested in the sales (never freebies) than I was in where she was (which was with ME) and what she was doing. Being a parent is hard, but there are things you just don’t do or let your kids do. Britney and K-Fed are going to have some major issues with these children down the road if they don’t put their foot down now. But, children learn what they live, and even with all the money and fame, I don’t think Brit and K-Fed have very much.

  27. April • August 15, 2009 @ 10:34 AM


    You hit the nail on the head!! I agree totally about Brit and Kev Fed having to do SOMETHING NOW in order to curtail bigger issues with these poor kids when they get older!! As I said in my earlier post, they have to get their act together and parent these kids properly NOW before things REALLY get out of hand!! I just feel bad for the children! Imagine putting a baby on your lap in the car instead of a MANDATORY car seat??? What was she thinking?? And for people to think this is not NEGLECT or mistreating your child is beyond me. Thank God she was not in an accident, otherwise the child could have been killed or severely hurt!

    I know Britney is constantly being harrassed by the paparazzi and at times is SO crowded in that she cannot move, but that does not give her the license to put her children at risk! I guess it comes with being famous and makes it more difficult, that I can understand, but you have to put your children first ALWAYS!!

  28. mandee • August 15, 2009 @ 12:24 PM

    april, first of all im not being RUDE to you, im stating my opinion, second of all, all of my comments are generally directed at EVERYONE, i was only commenting on one sentence you said that i disagreed with. i have the right to disagree, im not a door mat, i have a brain and an opinion just like everyone else. but i do believe everyone is being wayy too hard on this woman and her kids, no one knows what goes on behind closed doors in her house. and about my “i” in my posts, thats pretty big talk coming from someone that cant even spell at a grade 2 level. so ill tell you what, princess, you learn to spell, and then perhaps i will use proper CAPITALS. you see, when people DO USE capitals around you, you freak out and accuse everyone of screaming at you. so explain to me how you expect us to know when YOU DEEM IT OK to use capitals? last time i checked, this was a GOSSIP site, not a NEWSPAPER…meaning i shouldnt HAVE TO use capital letters or punctuation. also, the fact that shauna would even ask you what happened to being polite, its pretty clear to me that im not the ONLY one that can see you are trying to cause a fight. all i said is do you think that 2 and 3 year old children can listen to rap music and understand what is being said? you used the rap music as an excuse as to why these children probably learned rap from their parents, so explain to me how me asking you if the kids would understand something i cant even keep up with, is starting a fight? i have the right to ask questions when you say “dumb” things on this “blog”. it wont be long until you start kissing someone elses “a$$” so feel free to start whenever you want. (jo, this is not a jab at you in any way, i personally like you, but from what i read every time your “GIRLFRIEND” messages you, she is completely kissing a$$ lol i sure hope you see it too 😛 ) there april, you want to accuse me of acting like nancy. i just did. also, because i said they are not being neglected or abused doesnt mean i meant their entire LIFE. i mean as of right this moment, just because they swear it doesnt MEAN they are being abused or neglected. are you trying to tell me, and the rest of the world, that parents NEVER MAKE MISTAKES with their children? are you trying to pretend that if you had children youd be a saint and never ever slip up and do something wrong? humans are made to make mistakes EVERYONE does it. sure, putting her baby in her lap while driving was a mistake, perhaps even neglect, but how do you know what was going through her head when she did it? how do you know she wasnt fearing for her life? think about it, if you thought you were being chased and you had a baby in your arms and you thought the 2 of you were in danger, would you take the extra 5 mins to strap them in the car seat when you could very well, within that 5 mins, be injured by someone else that could steal or hurt your baby after they injured you enough you couldnt get up? it was pretty clear after her breakdown that something wasnt right in her head, so her being paranoid or worried about her and her child is quite possible. im not saying that what she did THEN was ok, but this article isnt even ABOUT anything that has BEEN DONE to them, this article is about them SWEARING.

  29. April • August 15, 2009 @ 2:21 PM

    OMG Mandee,

    Everytime I post something on any blog, you have to answer with negativity!! Really your post above is so long winded, that I couldn’t even understand it as you are rambling on and on and on that I could not bother to try and understand it!! Go right ahead and look for all my spelling errors and list all thousands of them, I’ll wait for that post (when I’m unsure of how to spell a word, I look it up in the dictionary so that I can continually expand my vocabulary properly.)

    I NEVER said that the kids got their swear words from K-Fed’s rap EVER, I simply pointed out that the guy raps with swear words (therefore he probably swears as well and the kids would pick it up!!) PLEASE stop reading things (or trying to interpret my opinion) always in a negative way or make it always about an attack on you as this is getting SO tiresome that I cannot even voice my own opinion without you coming back and saying something BAD about EVERYTHING I post (and you are the one that keeps harping on how we can all have our own opinion and can say what we want), so practice what you preach at least!!

    Your attack on Jo-Anne for being my friend, will not change anything between her and I, especially with you continuing to bad mouth me, because your dissension towards me has nothing to do with Jo-Anne and our friendship.

  30. April • August 15, 2009 @ 2:26 PM

    P.S. YOUR POST SAYS: first of all im not being RUDE to you, im stating my opinion, second of all, all of my comments are generally directed at EVERYONE, i was only commenting on one sentence you said that i disagreed with. i have the right to disagree

    This was your opening sentence, and the exact same words apply to me as well!! I state my opinion on the blog and also have the right to disagree, so PLEASE stop and let me do the same as you,…… post my opinions!!

  31. mandee • August 15, 2009 @ 2:51 PM

    April on August 15, 2009 1:47 AM << the comments you made in that post are what caused a “fight” i wasnt being rude to you, i was merely questioning your reason behind rap having anything to do with someones kids. YOU started being rude to me, i wasnt being negative, i was disagreeing. which may in fact be considered negative because of the “dis” part. but, i was asking you a question and you got all bent out of shape about it. and i wasnt attacking joanne, i was saying how all you do is kiss @ss and im sure she wont be the only one you do it with. and about my comment not making any sense, my comments always make sense. its not my fault some people arent bright enough to understand them. you are allowed to post your opinion, i never said you cant, but dont jump down my throat and cause a fight and then try to blame me. also, if you believe that swearing in a rap song means he swears around his children, does that mean the people that swear on this site it also leaks into their home life? just because someone does something in one aspect of their life, doesnt mean they let it spill over into their child rearing.

  32. April • August 15, 2009 @ 3:40 PM

    Mandee, think what you want because no matter what I say, I’m wrong, so YOU WIN, you are the queen feline on the blog and I will NO longer respond to anything you say, is that what you want? No, as you LOVE TO ARGUE, but I will not respond to it anymore, you are acting like a teenager right now and I’m have better things to do than react to your crap!! C’est finis!!

  33. tributegirl • August 15, 2009 @ 3:56 PM

    Carol, I agree, it really sounds like even considering the money and fame, that they don’t have much, and God help those poor little boys, they really don’t stand a chance.
    Btw, it sounds like you are a really great Mom, sounds like you take really good care of her, I bet she’s a real sweetie!

  34. April • August 15, 2009 @ 4:01 PM

    Nice to see someone else post as it looks like the Mandee/April hour and I apologize as it won’t anymore (not from me anyways!) So tributegirl, again we agree, LOL!!

  35. mandee • August 15, 2009 @ 4:30 PM

    im not acting any worse than you are april. and if you think im acting like a teenager, well at least itd be closer to acting my age than you are when youre freaking out like a little baby every chance you get.

  36. sandie • August 15, 2009 @ 5:45 PM

    unfortunately, toddlers can pick those words up anywhere. my youngest brother was a little slow starting to walk (i was 12 at the time) so my friend and i took him out in the yard to try and get him to walk. he fell down and hurt himself. not even thinking, when he fell, i said “oh sh**”. when i took him inside to clean up his skinned knee, my mother asked him what he learned, and he looked up at her with the biggest, proudest smile and said “sh**”
    it happens sometimes without even thinking about it. i’ve sworn in front of my toddler a couple of times when i was mad or hurt myself. thank god she hasn’t said it yet, but i’m sure it will happen

  37. Carol • August 15, 2009 @ 6:39 PM

    Sandie, you are right, it happens, but the difference is how the parent handles it. My interpretation of this column is that she was more interested in freebies than correcting/teaching her boys that this is inappropriate behaviour, and how they should be acting in public. Our kids do wrong, we teach them. That is the way this all should work, isn’t it?
    TG, thanks, my daughter is pretty awesome. I know that there are areas I could’ve probably done different, but I’m very proud of her. She’s the best!

  38. April • August 15, 2009 @ 8:24 PM


    Sound like you definitely have your priorities in in life, right!! Nice to know!!

  39. Nancy • August 16, 2009 @ 3:42 PM

    I agree that “most” peoples swearing doesn’t spill over into their home life but there are some people when they speak, every second word is a swear. Either way, she should discipline them for it. I don’t believe that Britney herself should have to quit swearing as she is the adult and us adults do alot of things that children are not allowed to do but she and K-Fed should try to tone it down in front of the kids and be consistent in their discipline. I think both parents are to blame and should stop shifting the blame from their family to the other…next thing you know, they will be blaming the kids nannies, LOL.

  40. April • August 16, 2009 @ 6:21 PM

    Wow Nancy,
    For once you and I agree!!

  41. Robyn • August 16, 2009 @ 9:24 PM

    Every child will hear swear words throughout their life and will say them on occasion! It’s how we, as parents, teach them right from wrong that makes the difference. My son was picking up swear words from t.v., just being out in public and from the occasional slip up from me. He would say them at the worst time! The difference between Brittany and her kids and me and mine is that I spoke to my son about the inappropriate comments EVERY TIME! He was given 1 chance and then he got a timeout…didn’t matter if we were out in public, we just had a timeout in the car.

  42. Tyler • August 16, 2009 @ 11:19 PM

    Well at least the kids have not yet started using text messaging abbreviations. That is ten times worse compared to swearing. Swearing is becoming more common place and in my opinion is not offensive, saying oh s**t is the same as darn to me, however I do not have a stick up my arse

  43. Stephanie • August 16, 2009 @ 11:44 PM

    My son went through the same thing when he was about those ages – it only takes one time saying it for a child to pick it up – and just like any other word they will say it over and over. It’s going to happen that children may hear swearing – but it’s up to the parents/adults to stop them from repeating it….which it sounds like Brittany didn’t……..oh well, no one is perfect and really people should just lay off her……

  44. April • August 17, 2009 @ 2:04 AM

    Couldn’t agree more Stephanie!!

  45. Stephanie • August 17, 2009 @ 8:50 AM

    April I just read your blogs and I couldn’t agree with you more!

  46. tributegirl • August 17, 2009 @ 10:32 PM

    Those poor boys really don’t stand a chance. In 15 years or so, we will be reading and commenting about them.

  47. April • August 18, 2009 @ 2:16 AM

    Hi Stephanie,

    I’m not sure which blogs you read, but thanks very much, truly appreciated!!

  48. Kara • August 18, 2009 @ 4:01 AM

    you know for all we know brittany could of disclipined(sorry for the bad spelling) her kids at home, it is hard to in public now adays without someone jumping down your throats about how to go about it, talking to them and telling them that it is wrong does not always work with some kids so what would you rather her do pull down their pants and give them a smack on the butt or ignore them and they won’t see it as a big deal and if it’s not a big deal to the parents(or anyone else for that matter) then they forget about saying it

  49. Jo-Anne • August 18, 2009 @ 3:38 PM

    I’m thinking you haven’t been on this site earlier, Kara, to be part of that very lengthy “discipline to spank vs not to spank” discussion?

    so, since you put the question out there, no, I personally wouldn’t RATHER she opted to “pull down their pants and give them a smack on the butt or ignore them”…

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