Jamie Lynn Spears on rocky relationship with Britney!


Jamie Lynn Spears is speaking out about her tense relationship with her older sister, pop sensation Britney Spears.

Britney Spears’ 13-year court-ordered conservatorship ended last year after a judge withdrew the couple’s father, Jamie Spears, from control of her money and medical decisions, according to the younger Spears.

Jamie Lynn Spears, 30, told ABC’s “Good Morning AmericaJuju “‘s Chang, “When (the conservatorship) was put in place, I was (a) 17-year-old, and I was ready to deliver a baby.” “I didn’t comprehend what was going on, and I wasn’t paying attention to it….” I didn’t know much about it back then, and I still don’t know much about it now.”

“There was no me supervising funds or anything like that, and if there was, it was a misunderstanding, but I made no measures to be a part of it in any case.”

Jamie Lynn Spears, who rose to popularity on the smash Nickelodeon sitcom “Zoey 101” and is now pushing her new book “Things I Should Have Said,” went so far as to assist Britney Spears, now 40, in exploring ways to get out of the conservatorship, according to the actress and singer.

Jamie Lynn Spears told “GMA” that she has always been her sister’s strongest supporter. “So, when she needed assistance, I set up avenues for it and went out of my way to make sure she had the resources she needed to maybe end the conservatorship and put an end to everything for our family.” Why keep doing it if it’s going to generate so much strife?”

“I even spoke to her legal team,… her prior legal team, and it did not go well for me,” she continued. “I did take the necessary efforts to assist. How many times can I repeat the processes… She’ll have to go through the front door.”

Jamie Lynn Spears told “GMA” that she has always been her sister’s strongest supporter. “So, when she needed assistance, I set up avenues for it and went out of my way to make sure she had the resources she needed to maybe end the conservatorship and put an end to everything for our family.” Why keep doing it if it’s going to generate so much strife?”

“I even spoke to her legal team,… her prior legal team, and it did not go well for me,” she continued. “I did take the necessary efforts to assist. How many times can I repeat the processes… She’ll have to go through the front door.”