Sean Preston and Jayden James, the sons of pop celeb Britney Spears are fed up with her on-stage persona.
It seems that after years of living in the public eye thanks to their mothers antics, the boys are asking for a change. Britney's personal assistant of 17 years, Fe, reveals in an interview.
Maybe the boys want their mother to drop her baby-voiced pop princess act, but that might not be her decision. Britney Spears has been under a strict court-approved conservatorship, which is typically used to protect the old, the mentally disabled or the extremely ill.
Ms. Spears cannot make key decisions, personal or financial, without the approval of her conservators: her father, Jamie Spears, and a lawyer, Andrew M. Wallet. Her most mundane purchases, from a drink at Starbucks to a song on iTunes, are tracked in court documents as part of the plan to safeguard the great fortune she has earned but does not ultimately control.