Britney verses Federline
13:30 24 May 2006
Britney Spears has apparently slammed husband Kevin Federline in a poem on her website.
The singer - who has been at the centre of months of rumours her marriage is on the rocks - is thought to have posted the emotional verse on Saturday (20.05.06).
The poem describes feeling enslaved in "chains" and asks: "How do you stand sleeping at night?"
It continues with lines about feeling "manipulated" and "swallowed".
The poem also talks about "the sins of the Father", and hints Britney - who has a baby son, Sean Preston, with Federline and is pregnant with their second child - could be worried about bad actions passing from father to son.
It says: "Remember the Bible/The sins of the Father/What you do/You pass down."
Towards the end the verse becomes more emotional, saying: "My crown is back/And it's way too high/For you to be in my presence/Especially my son."
The poem was removed from the site hours later with no explanation.
A source is quoted in Britain's The Sun newspaper as saying: "Britney is clearly in emotional turmoil over her life with Kevin."
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