Britney Spears breaks social media silence after father's restraining order

Britney Spears has broken her social media silence after her sons were allegedly granted a restraining order against her father Jamie.

Sean, 13, and Jayden, 12, were reportedly granted the order after Jamie became involved in a ‘physical altercation’ with Sean on 24 August.

The singer, who is said to be ‘upset’ with Jamie for ‘jeopardising’ her relationship with her kids, ignored the furore on Thursday as she took to Instagram to show off her new darker hair.

The 37-year-old shared a series of selfies while pulling funny faces with her new ‘do.

She admitted in the caption that her younger sister Jamie Lynn, 28, had ‘inspired’ her to try out darker locks.

‘Same faces, same dress, new hair !!!!! 👠 Yes, my sister inspired me to go dark !!!!!!!’ the mum-of-two wrote.

Britney’s social media display comes after her ex-husband Kevin Federline filed a restraining order against her father Jamie.

Kevin accused Jamie of ‘breaking down a door and grabbing’ Sean in a heated incident, TMZ reported.

Insiders claimed Sean did not have any ‘visible bruises or injuries’ but Kevin still felt the incident was serious enough to report. An investigation is now taking place.

Sources later claimed the altercation left Sean ‘scared’ and prompted Britney to get her kids and leave.

‘There was physical contact that made Sean scared and upset. Britney got upset as well and ended their visit with Jamie,’ a source told People.

‘Both of Britney’s boys are very well-behaved and well-mannered. What happened with Jamie and Sean was very unfortunate and definitely not right.’

The insider alleged that Britney ‘can’t believe that her dad would jeopardize her relationship with her boys. Britney is always terrified that she will lose custody.’

Kevin has been given ‘full legal custody’ of Sean and Jayden, The Blast reported, after initially having 70/30 custody.

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