Britney Spears is preparing to move for full custody of her two sons with ex-husband Kevin Federline.
The singer was recently granted an extension on the equal custody agreement she has with Federline to share care of Sean Preston, 4, and Jayden James, 3, while she is on tour.
The popstar is now considering filing legal documents to make her the primary guardian once her jaunt comes to a close in November, the National Enquirer reports.
A source said: “She is ready to fight to get her boys back. Britney feels that leaving Kevin in charge has turned her sons into cursing, ill-mannered little boys who don’t behave. Britney wants to be the one who chooses where the boys go to school and where they go to church.
“She wants full custody and for Kevin to have visitation. Britney feels that Kevin is now the one with problems that the judge needs to hear about. She believes he’s become a poor role model for Sean and Jayden.”