From the moment the pop star’s condition came to light Britney Spears, has not ceased to be in the eye of the hurricane.
Social networks and massive communities of fans have followed every news that it generates, not only the artist, but also her family. It is for this reason that the recent release of the book of Jamie Lynn Spears, sister of the artist, has unleashed endless pronouncements and revelations that offer new points of view of what would be one of the biggest scandals in popular culture of this time.
After the publication of the documentary ‘Britney vs Spears’ (2021), available on the platform Netflix, around the world, unpublished details of the drama that the artist experienced when she was deprived of her fundamental rights, economic control, medication against her will and the loss of custody of her children were known; is published ‘Things I Should Have Said’, a compilation of memoirs by Jamie Lynn Spears, Britney’s sister.
Within the campaign to promote the book, which has included interviews in the media and participation in well-known podcasts, Jamie Lynn has made statements that Britney herself has emphatically rejected on her social networks and through her lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, who recently sent a legal cease and desist letter regarding the publication.
In the letter of Rosengart calls the book “untimely” and with “misleading or unacceptable claims about it.” Although the pop diva’s sister has recently said that the book is not about BritneyRosengart confirmed: “We, therefore, demand that you cease and desist from disparagingly referring to Britney during your promotional campaign. If you fail to comply or defame her, Britney will be forced to consider and take all appropriate legal action.”
In his book, Jamie Lynn describes her sister’s behavior growing up as “paranoid” and “erratic”, for her part, the artist took to social media multiple times over the last week to disagree with her sister’s memories. In recent days he wrote on Instagram: “Jamie Lynn, I wasn’t strong enough to do what I should have done… slap you and mom in your f***ing faces!!!!!”
While promoting his book in an interview with the program Good Morning America, Jamie Lynn Spears assured: “I have always been my sister’s greatest defender”, she also stated that she had nothing to do with the 13-year guardianship of Britney, which was completed at the end of 2021.
“When she needed help, I set up ways to do it, I went to the trouble of making sure she had the contacts she needed to possibly go ahead and end this conservatorship and end all of this for our family. If it’s going to cause so much discord, why continue? I even talked to his legal team, … his previous legal team, and that didn’t end well for me.” Adding: “I took steps to help. How many times can I take the steps without… She has to go through the door.”
“When (the guardianship) started, I was 17 years old, I was about to have a baby”Jamie Lynn Spears, 30, told Juju Chang host of the ABC network program. “I didn’t understand what was going on or focus on it…I understood as little about it then as I do now.”
“I was not supervising the funds or anything like that, and if there was (that perception), that was a misunderstanding, but in any way I did not take measures to be part of it, “he added that he even went so far as to help Britney Spears, now of 40 years old, to explore options to get out of guardianship, said the actress and singer who rose to fame on the hit TV show Nickelodeon ‘Zoey 101′, and who is now promoting his new book, “Things I Should Have Said”.
With a new legal dispute at the door, now for the publication and promotion of the book, it is rumored among Britney fans (who now identify themselves with the hashtag #JusticeForBritney) that Jamie Watson, husband of Jamie Lynn, has interfered in the entire process so as not to lose the privileges he has gained with everything that has happened.