Jamie Lynn Spears, the 30-year-old sister of Britney Spears, has broken her silence after the pop star told a court Wednesday about what she called an “abusive” conservatorship. Among the various allegations she made in court, Britney said her family “has lived off of” her conservatorship for 13 years. Fans on social media began accusing Jamie Lynn of living off Britney and doing nothing to assist her. Now, the younger sister has finally responded, speaking for quite two minutes on Instagram stories Monday night. “Hey everybody, I just want to require a second to deal with a couple of things,” Jamie Lynn said. “The only reason I haven’t before is that I felt like until my sister was ready to represent herself and say what she felt she needed to mention publicly, that it wasn’t my place and it wasn’t the proper thing to try to do. But now that she’s very clearly spoken and said what she needed to mention, I desire I can follow her lead and say what I feel I want to mention .”
The younger Spears said since the day she was born she “loved and supported” her sister and she or he doesn’t care “if she wants to run away to the rainforest and have zillion babies within the middle of nowhere or if she wants to return back and dominate the planet the way she has numerous times before.” During the court hearing, Britney made several serious allegations against her conservators, one among whom is her father, Jamie Spears. The 39-year-old alleged her conservators won’t let her attend a doctor to possess her IUD removed so she will have another baby. She also alleged that she had been forced to perform. Britney continuously said her family did nothing to assist her as her conservators kept a decent hold on her life. “And I might honestly wish to sue my family, to be totally honest with you,” she said.
While fans online began commenting on Jamie Lynn’s absence from her sister’s life, claiming she made money off of Britney, Jaime Lynn said that’s not true. “I am only her sister, who is merely concerned about her happiness,” Jamie Lynn said. “I have made a really conscious choice in my life to only participate in her life as her sister and as an aunt to those boys.” Britney has two sons, Jayden and Sean, while Jamie Lynn has two daughters, Maddie and Ivey. “I mean, I’ve worked to pay my very own frickin’ bills since I used to be 10 years old,” Jaimie Lynn, who starred on Nickelodeon’s “Zoey 101” as a toddler, said. “Not that I owe the general public anything because my sister knows I really like and support her, and that’s the sole person I owe anything to.” Jamie Lynn also said she’s supported her sister “long before there was a hashtag,” appearing to ask the #FreeBritney movement.
“I’m so pleased with her for using her voice. I’m so pleased with her for requesting new counsel as I told her to try to to a few years ago,” Jamie Lynn said. “Oh, not on an enormous public platform, but just during a personal conversation between two sisters. So, I’m very proud that she’s taken that step.” Fans online have also criticized Britney’s peers and fellow pop stars for not showing their support during her ongoing legal battle to get rid of her conservators. On Monday night, Christina Aguilera, who starred alongside Britney on “Mickey Mouse Club,” These past few days I’ve been brooding about Britney and everything she goes through,” Aguilera wrote, sharing a photograph of herself and Britney as children. “It is unacceptable that any woman or human, eager to be on top of things of their own destiny won’t be allowed to measure life as they want .”
The singer said every woman should have the proper to her own body, genital system, and privacy. “While I’m not behind the closed doors of this very layered & personal yet public conversation – all I can do is share from my heart on what I’ve heard, read, and seen within the media,” she said. Britney herself made a statement on social media the day after she spoke in court. “I apologize for pretending like I’ve been OK the past two years,” she wrote, apparently referencing her previous social media posts. “I did it due to my pride and that I was embarrassed to share what happened to me, but honestly who doesn’t want to capture their Instagram during a fun light.” “I’m bringing this to people’s attention because I don’t want people to think my life is ideal because IT’S DEFINITELY NOT in the least,” she wrote. “And if you’ve got read anything about me within the news in the week … you obviously really know how it’s not !!!!”