Britney Spears exploded again against her sister Jamie Lynn: “Only a trash could say those things about me”
This Thursday, Jamie Lynn Spears gave an interview to promote her autobiographical book Things I Should Have Said (Things I should have said) And, as expected, he only talked about his older sister, Britney. In that report, she assured, among other things, that the successful singer locked her in a room threatening her with a knife.
Although the princess of pop dedicated several messages to him on social networks as soon as ABC News broadcast the interview, this Friday he returned to refer specifically to that specific event. On her Twitter account, the interpreter of “Toxic” wrote: “Jamie Lynn, congratulations, baby. You managed to unlock another level of baseness. I was never near you with a knife nor would it have occurred to me to do something like that.
“So please stop with these crazy lies for Hollywood books. Now and only now do I know that only a piece of trash could say similar things about me”, he shot later.
And she added: “I am very confused to see you in that place because, honestly, it has nothing to do with who I thought you were (…) Congrats on introducing your big sister to the concept of ‘falling lower and lower’, because this time you earned it, baby”.
Since Thursday, the youngest of the Spears does not allow comments to be made on social networks, after hundreds of users accused her of continuing to profit from her sister, like the rest of her family. It is that, although until just a few months ago the link between the two sisters was unknown, since Britney regained control of her life and her heritage, it became clear that her little sister is no longer on her side.
After more than 13 years, last November the singer was finally released from the ironclad regime of judicial guardianship in charge of her father, James Spears. “Jamie”, as everyone knows him, had been in control of his finances and personal life for almost his entire adult life and the recriminations against him had become increasingly public and massive, especially thanks to the activism of their fans, under the already famous #FreeBritney banner.
As soon as she regained her “freedom”, Britney was honest with her followers about the ordeal she experienced in recent years. In a testimony posted on Instagram about her family days after her release, the singer said, “I’m not even mentioning all the bad things they did to me that everyone should be in jail for. Yes, including my mother who goes to Church!”
Since 2008, Jamie Spears has taken control of her daughter’s finances and professional life.. Over the years, abuse became a system, even dominating the most intimate decisions of the artist. An example of this was that Britney revealed that her father would not let her remove the intrauterine device in order to have children with her current partner, Sam Asghari.
On the fact that it was her father who disposed of her sister’s assets and managed her career without her having a say, Jamie Lynn preferred to remain on the sidelines. “When (the guardianship) started, I was 17 years old, about to have a baby. I did not understand what was happening, nor was I focused on it (…) I understood as little about the subject then as I understand it now, “he admitted.
Last June, the last time Britney went to court, she gave a detailed account of many situations she experienced. Even from his hospitalizations. “I’m sorry, Brittany, you have to listen to your doctors who plan to send you to a house in Beverly Hills to do a little rehab program that we’re going to set up for you. You are going to pay $60,000 a month for this,” he recounted what his father told him one day. “I cried on the phone for an hour and he loved every minute of it. The control he had over someone as powerful as me. He loved control to hurt his own daughter and 100,000 percent. He loved it. I packed my bags and went to that place. I worked seven days a week, with no days off, which in California is called sex trafficking the only thing similar to this. Work against your will, take all your possessions: credit cards, cash, phone, passport”.
He also recounted his refusal to do a show in Las Vegas after several rehearsals: “Three days after I said no to Las Vegas, my therapist sat me in a room and told me that he had received a million phone calls about how not I was cooperative in rehearsals and that I had not been taking my medication. All this was the problem. Immediately, the next day he put me on lithium, out of the blue, he took me off the normal drugs that I had been taking for five years and lithium is a very, very strong drug and completely different in comparison (…). You can become mentally disabled if you take too much, if you stay with it for more than five months. I felt drunk, I really couldn’t even defend myself.”