Britney Spears “refuses” to watch Jamie Lynn’s Good Morning America interview because she is “deeply hurt and furious” about sister revealing her story, The Sun.
The pop star’s younger sister broke her silence on the “outrageous” stereotype her family had held Britney, 40, during a tumultuous sit-down more than 13 years ago.
While all eyes were on the 30-year-old Sweet Magnolias actress during a Wednesday morning interview, sources close to Britney claimed she was not one of those who saw it.
“No Britney hasn’t seen her sister’s GMA interview yet. She declined but in the end I’m sure she will,” said the insider.
“Britney is deeply hurt and angered by the others who claim to love her, trying to tell her story when she tries to tell him.
“But she will absolutely be speaking on her own terms. Maybe sooner than fans think.”
In November, the Toxic songstress hinted in an Instagram post that she was going to “spill” on conservatism in an upcoming interview of her own.
This morning, Jamie Lynn cried and insisted she “still loves” her sister in a new GMA interview.
When asked what “caused the rift” between him and Britney, Jamie Lynn replied through tears: “That love is still there. 100 percent.
“I love my sister. I’ve only loved and supported her and done right by her and she knows that, so I don’t know why we’re in this situation right now.”
later in InterviewIn , the Zoey 101 actress opens up about the legal victory of her sister’s guardianship.
When asked for her “reaction to the Conservatism breach”, Jamie Lynn was “happy” instead.
She continued: “I was 17 when it was implemented.
“I was about to have a baby, so I didn’t understand what was happening nor was I focused on it.”
“I was focused on the fact that I was 17, going to have a baby.”
breaking silence on stereotypes
Jamie Lynn Then asserted that she was still skeptical about the situation, noting: “I understand less about it than I understand now.”
The actress then opened up about her involvement in the conservatism, sharing that Britney asked her if she “could be the person who assured her boys got what they needed.”
Brittany has two sons Sean (16) and Jaden (15) with ex-husband Kevin Federline (43).
Jamie Lynn then said that she “didn’t want to be a part of” her sister’s guardianship and wanted to wait until it was over to help her.
She continued: “There was nobody, like, I was overseeing the fund or anything like that and if that was the case, it was a misunderstanding.
“But either way, I didn’t take any steps to be a part of it.”
After calling herself Britney’s “biggest supporter,” Jamie Lynn claimed that he tried to give her resources to break out of stereotypes.
She said: “When he needed help, I worked out ways to do it.
“It went out of my way to make sure he had the necessary contacts to potentially move forward and end this stereotype and end it all for our family.”
Jamie Lynn claimed she spoke to Brittany’s previous legal team and said it “did not go well in my favor.”
She concluded: “I took steps to help, but how many times can I step in? He has to walk through the door.”
Jamie Lynn appeared at the GMA to promote her new memoir Things I Should Have Said – originally titled I Must Confess but was later changed due to backlash for monetizing one of Britney’s songs .
Britney took to Instagram in October to criticize her little sister’s latest project, shortly after the little Spears sister announced the book.
In several other social media posts in recent months, Grammy winner Jamie Lynn appeared to be cursing for her past behavior and role in conservatism.
The pop princess further added that the feud between her sister was still going on, as she unfollowed Jamie Lynn on Instagram.