The feud between Britney Spears and her younger sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, continued on Tuesday, with Britney reacting to Jamie Lynn’s recent comments about their relationship.
In an afternoon post that was later deleted, Britney looked back on a particularly harsh time – the period after her breakup in 2002 with Justin Timberlake. She recalled wondering why Jamie Lynn, who turned 12 in April 2003, enjoyed chocolate milkshakes, watched TV and floated on a raft in the pool.
“I had been working all my life and I did not know how to be served by Mom,” Spears said before asking how her sister had her own show on Nickelodeon. (Zoey 101 lasted from 2005 to 2008.)
Britney went on to explain that she had been “scared” prior to one People magazine cover because her mother, Lynne Spears, was on pain medication after her split in 2002 with their father, Jamie. “I’m sorry Jamie Lynn,” Britney wrote, “I was not strong enough to do what should have been done … hit you and mom right over your f ****** faces !!!! ! “
Yahoo Entertainment has reached out to reps for Jamie Lynn. Lynne Spears could not be reached for comment.
Britney’s post seemed to be her reaction to her younger sister’s first of two scheduled appearances Call her Dad podcast where she explained that she had grown up thinking that her feelings did not matter because it was all about Britney. The “Pretty Girls” singer also reacted to it when she said she has to ask herself, “Do I mean anything?” weekday. “I did not manage to cry. I had to be strong. TOO STRONG.”
In the same podcast, Jamie Lynn, who has been working on his new book, Things I should have said: Family, fame and fighting it, said her sister had started to change around that time. She claimed Britney had intimidated her by locking the two of them inside a room with a knife.
But Jamie Lynn also defended his sister, who is about nine years older. “This was a brilliant young woman who was going through a tough time – and if she could not stand up for herself, then someone should have done it,” Jamie Lynn said. “I was not an adult then. I could not … Someone should have said, ‘Stop the f ****** presses. Give this girl a *** minute’.”
Britney blames her family for the legal conservatory she was under for nearly 13 years until a Los Angeles judge concluded it in November.
When Jamie Lynn discussed her book with ABC News last week, Britney wrote on social media that she had felt uncomfortable during the interview. She was grateful because it made her “surrender to being indifferent”.
“My family ruined my dreams 100 billion percent and tried to make me look like the crazy one,” Britney said. “My family loves to pull me down and hurt me always, so I’m disgusted with them.”
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