Jamie Lynn Spears talks about her relationship with Britney Spears


Sets the record straight. Jamie Lynn Spears addressed the speculation about where her relationship with sister Britney Spears stands while the family drama remains in the spotlight.

“That love is still there, 100%. I love my sister,” Jamie Lynn, 30, said in an interview on Good morning America Wednesday, January 12 “I have only loved and supported her and done the right thing for her, and she knows it. So I do not know why we are in this position right now. “

The former child star said she was trying to help Britney, now 40, access resources to help end the conservatory.

“I’ve always been my sister’s biggest support, so when she needed help, I created ways to do it,” she added. “[I] went out of my way to make sure she had the contacts she needed to possibly end this conservatory and just end it all for our family. If it’s going to cause so much controversy, why continue with it? ”

Jamie Lynn was scrutinized last summer after her older sister publicly talked about her family’s involvement in her 13-year-old conservatory for the first time.

“I honestly want to sue my family, to be completely honest with you. I also want to be able to share my story with the world and what they did to me, instead of it being a hush-hush secret for the benefit of them all, the “Circus” artist said during an emotional court hearing in June 2021, claiming that her loved ones were not doing “a hell of a thing” to help her.

At the time Zoey 101 alum took to Instagram to clarify that she was there for Britney and wrote: “Maybe I did not support her as the public would like me to with a hashtag on a public platform, but I can assure you that I have supported my sister long before there was a hashtag. And I will support her long after. Note it. “

The Britney Conservatory was officially terminated in November 2021. Earlier that month, an excerpt from Sweet Magnolia the star’s upcoming autobiography, with the title Things I should have said, explained why she did not initially tell the Grammy winner about her 2007 pregnancy.

“My team believed that everyone outside the inner circle was a potential threat,” Jamie Lynn claimed in his book. “They went so far as to hide my pregnancy from my sister, claiming, ‘It’s too risky to tell Britney about the baby.’ I needed her more than ever, and she could not [to] help me in my most vulnerable time. Britney’s condition was evolving into something more worrying. “

Jamie Lynn, who shares 13-year-old Maddie with her ex-boyfriend Casey Aldridge, reflected that they felt distant from Britney as they went through their own struggles. The “Toxic” singer had a much talked about mental health breakdown after her split from her ex-husband Kevin Federline at the time.)

“Britney was in the middle of her own crisis, and because we were isolated from each other, our communication was non-existent,” the former Nickelodeon star wrote. “My family refused my attempts to be independent and left me no choice but to threaten to apply for release to the courts. I spent days tormenting myself with my pending decision. But I followed my gut feeling and instructed my new lawyer to go ahead and draft the petition.… At the same time, my sister was experiencing her own breakdown, and the media’s speculations about her well-being and our family had already been abounding with the paparazzi. Everyone involved in my saga reluctantly agreed that we had to do , what was best to avoid further negative media attention. “

Earlier this month, speculation about the tension between Jamie Lynn and Britney resurfaced after Instagram users noted that the pop star had not followed his younger sister on the platform. Jamie Lynn, on the other hand, continues to follow and “like” most of Britney’s posts.

Things I should have said frames stand on Tuesday, January 18th.

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Jamie Lynn Spears talks about her relationship with Britney Spears

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