AceShowbiz - Sam Asghari has been a loyal supporter of Britney Spears through her ups and downs, and it seems that he will continue to do so amid her latest drama. The actor and model is reportedly furious at his wife's ex-husband Kevin Federline over Jayden's recent TV interview.
The Iranian-American hunk is said to be "so angry" that Kevin "has hurt" Britney by having her son on TV. "Sam thinks it was a low blow for Kevin to put Jayden on TV and he feels he should apologize and make it right," a source told HollywoodLife.
"Britney loves those boys so much and has done nothing but provide for them and for Kevin too," the source went on noting. "It's shocking to Sam that Kevin would have Jayden go on TV. It is very hurtful and Sam is so angry that Kevin has hurt his wife this way."
As to how Sam is helping Britney deal with this, the source said, "The whole situation is so painful for Britney, and as her husband, Sam is doing everything he can think of to boost Britney's spirits right now."
"It's not easy because as she's said openly, she was already crying every day over this before this interview [with Jayden] came out. Now she's in even more pain and Sam tries to reassure her that her boys will come to their senses when they are older, but there's only so far that goes because she's absolutely heartbroken," the source claimed.
Sam previously threw a shade at Kevin after Britney posted her reaction to Jayden's TV interview on Instagram. "Mowing the lawn > professional baby daddy," he wrote, referencing to the singer's quote in the statement where she said to her sons, "Tell your father to go try and at least mow the lawn."
In the ITV interview which aired on "60 Minutes Australia" last Sunday, September 4, Jayden talked about his strained relationship with his mother and defended her father Jamie Spears for placing the pop star in a 13-year conservatorship, believing that it was in her best interest.
In her response, Britney said in a voice note that her son Jayden questions her mental health out of fear that her financial obligations to her two sons will end soon. "Do you guys want me to get better so I can continue to give your dad $40,000 a month?" the "Toxic" singer said in the since-deleted audio, revealing her current contributions. "Or is the reasoning behind you guys deciding to be hateful is because it's actually over in two years and you don't get anything?"
Child support arrangements typically end once a minor child becomes an adult, which is the age of 18 in the state of California. Jayden turns 16 in just days, while his elder brother Sean Preston will turn 17 next week.