Kevin Federline: ‘I can give one of them interview things, too’

Kevin Federline is peddling his side of the bullshit in the latest issue of People. But, unlike Britney who openly criticized his parenting skills in a recent Rolling Stone interview, he’s keeping it relatively clean:

On what went wrong:
“It’s hard enough to be in a marriage, and then have a kid, then kids, it changes everything. For me, I’d become more concerned with my children. Not that I ignored Britney, but my kids are always most important … I mean, we were having complications. I didn’t give her an ultimatum, but I was trying to work stuff out with her, and she didn’t even talk to me or anything and went behind my back and filed [for divorce]. [I was] completely blindsided.”

On rumors he fought for custody for the money:
“My first question to [my lawyer] was, ‘Am I ever going to be able to see my children?’ I told him that I would spend every last dime that I had to make sure that my children are okay. That’s all that mattered. I didn’t know how much power Britney had. That really scared me.”

On Britney locking herself in a room with Jayden:
“That whole night is a blur. You want to talk about one of my lowest points of depression, that was probably one of them. I was very, very worried for her ’cause I care about her. That’s the mother of my children. Just because I’m not in love with her doesn’t mean that I don’t love her.”

On the situation now:
“Oh, man, it’s totally turning around. It works out that [the kids] get to see her. There’s structure over there, there’s structure at my house. We’re trying to keep the same type of schedule. It doesn’t have to be completely perfect, but the foundation is there. “

KEVIN: I will spend every last dime that I have to make sure that my children are okay.
LAWYER: You mean every last dime Britney has.
KEVIN: *pause*
KEVIN: God, that never gets old. Now who wants Jet-Skis? I’m buying.

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