Sam Asghari, the husband of singer Britney Spears, has commented on Spears' frequent posting of n*de photos on social media, which has caused concern among her fans and raised questions about her well-being. Asghari, a model and actor, stated on his Instagram Story that he would prefer if Spears did not post such photos, but added that he understands the difficulties she has faced due to being constantly scrutinized and controlled throughout her life.
"The only person in the world that gets bullied for posting things like this," model and actor wrote in his Instagram Story on Dec. 16. "I personally preferred she never posted these but who am I to control someone that's been under a microscope and been controlled for most of her life." This is the first time that Asghari has hinted at any discomfort with Spears' n*de photos, which have received numerous negative comments from followers.
In August, Asghari clarified that Spears had only ever posted one n*de selfie, a photo of her buttocks and that all other posts featuring implied nudity were similar to advertisements for lotion or soap. Despite this clarification, Spears' behavior, including her frequent posting of n*de photos, has caused tension within the family.
Her sons Sean Preston (17) and Jayden James (16) have chosen not to see their mother and did not attend her wedding to Asghari in June. "To clarify my wife has never posted a n*de selfie expect of her butt wich is quite modest these days," Sam wrote on his Instagram Stories in August.
"All other posts were implied nudity which can be seen in any ad for lotion or soap."
Her sons are not happy
Jayden told The Daily Mail that he hopes Spears will eventually stop posting such photos on social media, stating, "I 100% think this can be fixed.
It's just going to take a lot of time and effort. I just want her to get better mentally. When she gets better I really want to see her again. I love you a lot, I hope for the best for you. Maybe one day we can sit down like this and talk again." Spears and Asghari got married in June at her home in California and had previously been dating for five years.