‘She needed help’: Britney’s sister addresses breakup

In an emotional new TV interview, Jamie Lynn Spears said he was Britney’s “biggest supporter” and went “out of the way” to help her. “I’ve always been my sister’s biggest supporter, so when she needed help, I came up with ways to do it,” Jamie Lynn told the American show Good Morning America. “I went out of my way to make sure she had the contacts she might need to go on and end this conservatory and end all of this for our family. “If it’s going to cause so much controversy, why continue it?” Jamie Lynn has not disclosed what “contacts” she has used Britney, 40, or whether Britney has used, Page Six reports. “That love is still there. 100 percent,” Jamie Lynn said. “I love my sister. I have only loved her and supported and done what’s right for her and she knows it, so I don’t know why we’re in this position now.’ Lynn said: “When it was put in place I was a 17-year-old.” “I was about to have a baby so I didn’t understand what was happening and wasn’t focused on that,” she said. “I was focused on being a 17-year-old about to have a baby.” Jamie Lynn also revealed that she had a conversation with Britney’s lawyer when she was involuntarily detained in a psychiatric facility in February 2008, around the time the controversial conservatory started. “If she wanted to talk to other people, I did (help),” Jamie Lynn told ABC News. “I even talked to her previous legal team… and it didn’t go well. who ruled Britney’s life, Jamie Lynn said: “It wasn’t about agreeing to the Conservatoire”. “Everyone has a voice and it needs to be heard.” Jamie Lynn said she “wanted no part part of” the conservatorship and instead decided to wait to help her until the full orbij. “There was no, like, I was overseeing funds or anything like that and if there was, then it was a misunderstanding,” Jamie Lynn – who has written a tell – all, titled Things I Should Have Said revealed. “Anyway, I haven’t taken any steps to be a part of it.” In her memoir, Jamie Lynn reportedly describes Britney’s behavior as “irregular, paranoid and spiraling”. Britney told a Los Angeles court last year that his family “did nothing” to help her when her father, Jamie Spears, allegedly put her in a mental institution against her will in early 2019. Britney told the judge presiding over her case that her family “should be in jail” for taking advantage of her “offensive” conservatorship. The New York Times estimated that Britney’s father Jamie Spears pocketed at least $6 million during his conservatorship. Britney’s guardianship was lifted in November, while Jamie, 69, was suspended in September.

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