Britney Spears broadcasts cease and desist letter to sister Jamie Lynn amid new book promotion

Britney Spears has sent a termination-and-waiver letter ordering her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, to stop talking about her.

The ‘Toxic’ hitmaker’s legal team wants the ‘Zoey 101’ actress to stop discussing the life and struggles of the 40-year-old pop star as she gives interviews to promote her new memories.

Jamie Lynn is currently on a promotional tour for her new book ‘Things I Should Have Said’, which Britney’s legal adviser said contained ‘misleading and outrageous allegations’ about her.

Now lawyer Mathew Rosengart has written a stinging letter to Jamie Lynn, demanding that she ‘stop and refrain from mentioning Britney disparagingly’ and threaten with ‘all appropriate legal action’ if the actress does not comply.

“We are writing with some hesitation because the last thing Britney wants is to draw more attention to your poorly timed book and its misleading or outrageous allegations about her,” the letter read.

“Even though Britney has not read and does not intend to read your book, she and millions of her fans were shocked to see how you have exploited her for financial gain. She will not tolerate it, nor should she.” .

The letter comes when Britney slammed Jamie Lynn and her mother Lynne in a burning Instagram post in which she said she should have beaten them both ‘over their damn faces’.

Britney Spears (pictured) has sent a cease-and-desist letter ordering her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, to stop talking about her.  The 'Toxic' hitmaker's legal team wants the 'Zoey 101' actress to stop discussing the life and problems of the 40-year-old pop star when she gives interviews to promote her new memoir

Britney Spears (pictured) has sent a cease-and-desist letter ordering her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, to stop talking about her. The ‘Toxic’ hitmaker’s legal team wants the ‘Zoey 101’ actress to stop discussing the life and problems of the 40-year-old pop star when she gives interviews to promote her new memoir

Jamie Lynn is currently on a promotional tour for his new book 'Things I Should Have Said', which Britney's legal adviser said contains 'misleading and outrageous allegations' about Britney

Jamie Lynn is currently on a promotional tour for his new book ‘Things I Should Have Said’, which Britney’s legal adviser said contains ‘misleading and outrageous allegations’ about Britney

Attorney Mathew Rosengart has written a stinging letter to Jamie Lynn, demanding that she 'stop and refrain from mentioning Britney derogatory' and threaten with 'all appropriate legal action' if the actress does not comply

Attorney Mathew Rosengart has written a stinging letter to Jamie Lynn, demanding that she ‘stop and refrain from mentioning Britney derogatory’ and threaten with ‘all appropriate legal action’ if the actress does not comply

Pictured: the front page of Jamie Lynn Spears' memoirs, titled Things I Should Have Said.  Britney Spears' lawyers have claimed that the 'bad book' contains' misleading or outrageous allegations about her '

Pictured: the front page of Jamie Lynn Spears’ memoirs, titled Things I Should Have Said. Britney Spears’ lawyers have claimed that the ‘bad book’ contains’ misleading or outrageous allegations about her ‘

After years under a conservatory overseen by her father, Jamie Spears, Rosengart stressed that Britney would no longer be ‘bullied’ by anyone.

The letter continued: ‘You of all people know the abuse and the misdeeds that Britney had to endure during the conservatory, after first growing up with a’ destructive ‘alcoholic father.

‘In fact, your own book reportedly says your father’ spent most of my life in that cycle of destructive behavior. His drunkenness gave me periods of pain and sorrow. ‘

“As I have previously stated, Britney will no longer be bullied by her father or anyone else after enduring a 13-year-old conservatory that deprived her of civil rights and fundamental freedoms.”

Attorney Mathew Rosengart has written a stinging letter to Jamie Lynn, demanding that she 'stop and refrain from mentioning Britney derogatory' and threaten with 'all appropriate legal action' if the actress does not comply

Attorney Mathew Rosengart has written a stinging letter to Jamie Lynn, demanding that she ‘stop and refrain from mentioning Britney derogatory’ and threaten with ‘all appropriate legal action’ if the actress does not comply

Jamie Lynn was accused of ‘sending out false or fantastic complaints’ to get publicity for her book and warned that her sister will take further legal action if she continues to talk about her and their feud.

The letter, first received by Page Six, concluded: ‘Britney was the breadwinner of the family, and she supported you otherwise as well. Public posting of fake or fantastic complaints is wrong, especially when it is designed to sell books. It is also potentially illegal and defamatory.

‘Michelle Obama famously said,’ When they go low, we go high ‘. And to Britney’s great honor, that’s exactly what Britney wants to do at the moment.

“You said recently that the book was not about her.” She takes you at her word and we therefore demand that you stop mentioning Britney derogatoryly during your campaign.

“If you fail to do so or defame her, Britney will be forced to consider and take all appropriate legal action.”

Britney Spears (L) and Jamie Lynn Spears (H) at Nickelodeon's 16th Annual Kids' Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on April 12, 2003 in Santa Monica, California

Britney Spears (L) and Jamie Lynn Spears (H) at Nickelodeon’s 16th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on April 12, 2003 in Santa Monica, California

The news of the letter comes when Britney slammed her sister and mother in a wild Instagram post where she said she should have ‘beaten’ her family members ‘over your damn faces’.

In his page-deleted post, the 40-year-old singer-songwriter appeared to be targeting her sister Jamie Lynn Spears, 30, for having a more comfortable upbringing and a starring role on television when she was just a child.

She also paralyzed her mother Lynne Spears for not supporting her in the wake of her breakup with Justin Timberlake.

Sources close to Jamie Lynn told TMZ that she was ‘disturbed’ and ‘run’ over the Instagram video, claiming that Jamie Lynn believes Britney has ‘enormous jealousy’ over her childhood.

Jamie Lynn is said to receive death threats ‘every time Britney posts’ according to the source and has asked her to stop without success.

Britney’s last post featured a stock photo of sweet holiday drinks, which appeared to be an excavation work on her sister, who she wrote enjoyed similar drinks.

She said she saw her sister relax at home after returning from her split with Timberlake in 2002 and enjoying a seemingly easy life, while claiming her mother was unable to support her when she was tall on medicine.

The singer added that she was ‘in shock because this was never my life’, adding that Timberlake’s ‘family was everything I knew for many years.’

‘I flew home to Jamie Lynn on the couch and watched her TV shows right after Justin and I broke up … I was a ghost there !!!!!’ she wrote. ‘I had been working all my life and I did not know how to be served by Mamma … Sit there and be served chocolate milkshakes with the perfectly crushed ice cream with the secret thick sugar while Jamie Lynn is 12, she spoils with TV ‘one to hours then goes to lay out on a raft by the pool.

‘My mom was on pain medication and could barely have a conversation in the house because she and my dad went their separate ways and she was more messy than anything else !!!!’ she claimed. ‘I remember she was sitting on the floor in a conversation and she never got up …’

Stolen Glory: She seemed to indicate that her successful music career and reputation were the reason her sister was added to the lead role in Nickelodeon's All That in 2002

Stolen Glory: She seemed to indicate that her successful music career and reputation were the reason her sister was added to the lead role in Nickelodeon’s All That in 2002

Spears reserved his harshest words for his sister and mother at the end of his long caption.

“Sorry Jamie Lynn, I was not strong enough to do what should have been done … hit you and mom right over your damn faces !!!!!” she wrote.

Britney has in recent weeks quarreled publicly with her sister Jamie Lynn, and has even gone so far as to refer to her sister as an ‘outlaw’ after her allegations that Britney was holding a knife.

But Jamie Lynn responded in kind and told Britney that she should chat with her about her complaints ‘privately’ and to ‘stop continuing the story that I have not been there for you or that I am inventing things’.

A ‘Call Her Daddy’ podcast interview with Jamie Lynn about her memoirs and allegations about Britney was to be released today, but it is unclear whether the podcast will be released in light of the new legal warning.

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