“I wasn’t seeing any funds or anything like that, and if (that assumption) was there, it was a misunderstanding, but by no means did I take any steps to be a part of.”
Jamie Lynn Spears even went so far as to help Britney Spears, now 40, figure out options to break out of stereotypes, said the actress and singer, who appeared on the hit Nickelodeon show, “Zoe 101.” rose to fame and is now promoting it. New book, “Things I Should Have Said.”
“I’ve always been my sister’s biggest supporter,” Jamie Lynn Spears told “GMA.” “So, when she needed help, I went out of my way to set up ways to make sure she had the potential to move forward and end this stereotype and make it better for our family.” All that was needed was the contacts to end. If it’s going to cause so much discord, why continue it?”
“I spoke to their legal team, their previous legal team as well and it didn’t go well in my favor,” he said. “I took steps to help. How many times can I step without stepping on it… He has to walk through the door.”
The Grammy winner has blamed her family for the stereotype in an Instagram post since it was perpetuated. The “Baby One More Time” singer recently unfollowed Jamie Lynn Spears on Instagram.
“That love is still 100%, I love my sister,” little Spears said on Wednesday. “I’ve always loved and supported her and done right by her. And she knows it. So, I don’t know why we’re in this situation right now.”