Mathew Rosengart, attorney of Britney Spears has sends a cease and desist letter to Jamie Lynn. She stated that she doesn’t bully with her sister’s “ill-timed memoir” – ‘Things I Should Have Said.’
They write with some vacillation because ‘the last thing’ Britney wants is to bring more attention to your ill-timed book. Because of its misleading or outrageous claims about her. The letter read that, as she knows, she represented her sister Britney Spears, and she wrote at her request concerning the above-referred matter.
A magazine obtained a copy of the ‘cease and desist’ letter, which Britney Spears sends to Jamie Lynn. Britney said that she was shocked to see how Lynn had exploited her sister for monetary gain. However, the letter said that the 40-year-old had neither read the book nor intended to. The letter continued that She would not tolerate it, nor should she.
The younger Spears Jamie discussed the difficulty and pressure of growing up in her famous sister’s shadow in a TV interview last week with the news channel. She also commented on her sister’s highly-publicized breakup with singer-actor Justin Timberlake. She shared an anecdote from her memoir where Britney had allegedly locked them in a room with a knife.
The comments upset the elder sister. So she slammed Lynn for stooping to a whole new low level on social media. She wrote on Twitter and requested a stop with these crazy lies for the Hollywood book.
In another post on Instagram, she addressed her breakup with Timberlake. She said Justin’s family was all she knew for many years.
Spears further said that Lynn shut her out when needed the most.
In reply to big sister’s number of posts, Lynn posted a note on Instagram. It was exhausting that her social media posts had not matched their secret chatters.
She said that Brit, she always here, you know behind the scenes she has always been here.
Lynn further said they were getting ‘death threats’ due to Britney’s ‘vague and accusatory posts.’ She added that her book wasn’t about Spears but did include some of her experiences that involved her sister.
She concludes that there are no sides, and she doesn’t want drama, but she is speaking her truth to heal her traumas. She will always love her big sister and be here for her no matter what comes. It looks like time to stop the unhealthy chaos that had controlled her life for so long.
Later, Spears posted another note where she said that the experiences of her little sister in the form of a document had not made sense to her.
The younger Spears sister also, in her book, wrote about her father, James (Jamie) Spears, and discussed his drinking and how it had influenced her childhood.
Spears Sr was the singer’s conservator for 13 years which terminated after a prolonged legal battle. Spears is battling out the conservatorship case in its last leg. While her father insists on the singer’s estate to pay for his legal expenses, Britney alleged he had committed myriad financial improprieties over several years.
Britney also said that her sister Jamie paid almost $6 million from her estate to a security firm to obtain phone records for people close to her daughter.