Britney Spears has been in the spotlight since the 1990s, achieving international stardom with her distinctive pop sound and memorable music videos. Over the course of her career, she has sold millions of albums, received numerous awards, and has been hailed as an icon of pop culture.

However, her personal life has not always been smooth sailing, especially with her ex-husband Kevin Federline. The former couple married in 2004 and had two sons together before divorcing in 2007. Since then, Federline has been vocal about his concerns for their children's well-being, particularly with regards to their mother's struggles with addiction.

In a recent interview, Federline revealed that he fears he will one day have to tell their sons, Sean and Jayden, that their mother has died from a meth overdose. "That's the fear," he said. "It's been a long road. We're hoping for the best."

Spears has been candid about her struggles with mental health and addiction, and has been under a conservatorship since 2008. In recent years, the #FreeBritney movement has gained momentum, with some fans arguing that her conservatorship should be ended.

The situation has been complex