Britney Spears’ former brother-in-law claims paternity of her son

Getty Images File PhotoBritney Spears' ex-brother-in-law Christopher Federline is accusing her of stealing his credit cards and claiming to be the father of her first born son.

Getty Images File PhotoBritney Spears' ex-brother-in-law Christopher Federline is accusing her of stealing his credit cards and claiming to be the father of her first born son.

Kevin Federline’s brother Christopher has reportedly filed a restraining order against Britney Spears for harassment in which he claims, get this, that he is the real father of her 7-year-old son, Sean.

“She is out of control and a maniac,” the court documents claim.

Actually, the other Federline is the one who sounds cray-cray.

According to Radar, he alleges that Spears stole his credit card and charged more than $4,000 on it (chump change for her). He also claims  that when he confronted her about it, she threatened to tell the whole world that he was the true father of her son, not Kevin.

Yeah, that makes total sense!

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