Britney Spears Celebrates Pamela Anderson's Sons for Upholding their Mom

Ashabi Azeez
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In light of the release of Pamela Anderson's documentary Pamela, A Love Story, and her tell-all memoir, Love, Pamela, Britney Spears has shown her support for the former Playboy star. Spears also showed that she was proud of how Anderson's sons supported her.

Britney Spears Shares Her Take On Anderson's New Releases

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Having seen the immense support and important roles, Anderson's sons played an important role in making sure their mom told her own story. Britney expressed her admiration for how the young adults collaborated with their mother. In a now-removed Instagram post, Britney gushed over Anderson stating how much of a fan she was. She described the Baywatch star as the "only sex icon at one time in America and she still is."

Spears On Pamela's Sons

The Gimme More crooner wrote that she respected how Anderson's children "stood up for her" even as people tried to "sell her story from the past." Spears wrote referring to Anderson's sons, Brandon and Dylan Lee, "They said, ‘Why the h*ll bring up things that happened 20 years ago if that really messed up my mom???’ Referring to the embarrassing subject being sold in a comedic TV comparison… I mean when I read THAT, I was like D**N!!!"

Spears Likened It To Her Own Past Issues

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As reported by Buzzfeed, the pop icon went on as she referred to how four documentaries were made about her past, with people she "adored speaking up about my past!!" The 41-year-old wrote that that alone was almost as tough as what she endured in her past.

Her Takeaway From The Current Development About Anderson

Spears continued her musings as she penned that Anderson's story gave her an understanding that people should show support for where the person was at in reference to the present as opposed to focusing on their past. The star concluded, "Unfortunately, the way my past was portrayed in those documentaries was extremely embarrassing!!! It felt semi-illegal!!!”

A Possible Shade Targeted At her Sons?

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While Spears showed that she was impressed with how Anderson's sons handled how her past always seemed to come into play, she appeared to be subtly shading her own sons, Jayden and Sean, both of whom she welcomed with her ex-husband, Kevin Federline. Over the years, the Toxic singer and her sons have had a complicated relationship, coming to a head in the heat of her conservatorship battle.

She Once Called Her Sons Out

The Grammy-winning music maker lashed out at her teenage sons for not showing her enough support during and after her years-long conservatorship. When their father, Kevin revealed that the boys were uncomfortable with some of Spears' explicit posts on Instagram, she showed she was not having it.

Her Son Opened Up On The Situation

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Jayden would later discuss the terms within his strained relationship with his mother. The youngster relayed that he and his brother went through a kit in the past and they now had a safe place to "process all the emotional trauma" they went through.

Speaking about his mom, he relayed that social media helped Spears so it was her choice to either stop using it or continue. He stated that he "would not hate her for that." Jayden added, "At the same time, she should come to the realization of whatever it is that stops her [from] loving her family.”

Spears Retorted

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Following Jayden's opinion on his mom's choices, she blasted him and stated that he would not get anything from her when he turned 18. As of 2022, the boys live with their father and try to visit their mom from time to time. Spears has also expressed that their absence affected her.

Anderson's Sons' Unwavering Support

Brandon was the producer of her tell-all film project and he took time to shower Anderson with praises during the premiere. He relayed that he had never met a woman quite like his mother. The 26-year-old described Anderson as a "bulldog" protecting him and his brother all their lives. He relayed that making the tell-all was his opportunity to set up and be there for her.