Sister Britney Spears talks about her involvement in the conservatory: I was just a 17-year-old becoming a mother
Just over two months after the end of Britney Spears Conservative, her sister Jamie Lynn Spears is talking about her supposed role in the matter. The author of The Things I Should Have Said said in an interview with Good Morning America that at the time the conservative affair was taking place she was simply a 17-year-old pregnant woman and had no idea what was going on.
'' So I did not understand what was going on, nor was I focused on that. I was focused on the fact that I was a 17-year-old ready to have a baby. "I understand as little then as I do now," said Jamie Spears.
Jamie Lynn recalls a request she claims her sister made to her in conservative times, but refused to play an active role in the process.
"There was a time when my sister asked me for her trust and will, if I was the person who would ensure that her boys would get what they needed. Regardless of whether she is in a conservatory or not, it was a "very normal thing, I thought. Once I realized that, you know what, she's in a conservatory, I felt like I just didn't want to be a part of it."
In October 2021, a source exclusively told E! that Britney felt "completely abandoned" by her younger brother or sister amid her legal battle.
"Britney is very, very angry and hurt," said the insider. "She feels like Jamie Lynn has completely abandoned her and disappointed her in the fight of her life."
However, in her last interview, Jamie also went on to claim that she tried to secure resources for her sister in the midst of her legal case.
"I have always been my sister's biggest supporter," said Jamie Lynn. "So when she needed help, I found ways to do it - I found the contacts she needed to go on and end this conservatory. Everyone has a voice and it needs to be heard."