The conflict between Britney Spears and her little sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, gets more inflamed with each passing day.
Next week, Jamie Lynn Spears is publishing the book ‘Things I Should Have Said’. Her tour of the media on the occasion of the book has not only made her famous big sister, but also his tenacious fan base, react.
So violent that Jamie Lynn Spears is now writing on Instagram that she has received death threats.
“It’s getting harder for me to explain to my oldest daughter why our family keeps getting death threats, because of her aunt’s vague and accusing post,” she writes in a new post, continuing:
“Especially because we know she could tell the truth and stop it in one second if she wanted to.”
The Spears sisters were formerly close. Photo Fred Prouser
Foto: FRED PROUSER
In the past, the sisters were close, but Britney Spears has criticized Jamie Lynn Spears for writing about her in her book and for hanging her out, among other things, in the TV show ‘Good Morning America’.[display-posts orderby="rand"]
Most recently, the 40-year-old singer has responded by stopping following her sister on social media, but her most tenacious fans have not. On the contrary, on sites like #freebritney, the 10 year younger Jamie Lynn Spears is being treated harshly.
Previously, fans during #freebritney supported the singer’s fight to have his father removed as his guardian. Now the dedicated fans have gone on the attack on the singer’s little sister. But the future author does not allow it.
Britney Spears fans were in court before her father’s guardianship was lifted in November. Photo by Mike Blake.
Foto: MIKE BLAKE
“I have to correct the misunderstanding myself to protect myself and my family. So now I say it as it is – even though I hate to puncture my sister’s illusions – but my book is not about her. “
“I can not pretend that I was also born a Spears and that some of my experiences involve my sister,” she writes in the post, which she concludes with a declaration of love for Britney Spears, but also with a very clear appeal:
»I do not want more drama. I’m telling my truth to heal my traumas so I can finish this chapter and move forward, and I wish my sister would do the same. ”