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Jamie Lynn Spears shares text message evidence that she tried to stop Britney’s conservatorship

Jamie Lynn Spears has doubled down on claims that she had no idea what was going on with Britney’s conservatorship, and shared text message evidence that seemingly proves she tried to stop it – as she continues to promote her tell-all book despite a cease and desist from her sister.

Jamie Lynn, 30, sat down with Call Me Daddy podcast host Alex Cooper for an explosive two-part interview last week, during which she insisted that she did everything she could to try to help her sister get out of her conservatorship from their dad, Jamie Spears.

The second part of the interview debuted today, one day after Britney shared a blistering attack against Jamie Lynn on Instagram – calling her a ‘selfish brat’ and writing that she wished she had ‘slapped’ her ‘across her f**king face.’ 

In the interview, Jamie Lynn said that at first, she believed her family was trying to help Britney, 40, with the conservatorship.

Jamie Lynn Spears doubled down on claims she had no idea what was going on with Britney’s conservatorship, and shared text message evidence that seemingly proves she tried to stop it

Speaking out: During an explosive two-part interview, Jamie Lynn, 30, insisted that she did everything she could to try to help her sister get out of her conservatorship

Speaking out: During an explosive two-part interview, Jamie Lynn, 30, insisted that she did everything she could to try to help her sister get out of her conservatorship

The second part of the interview, which was for Alex Cooper's Call Me Daddy podcast, aired today

It came out one day after Britney shared a blistering attack against Jamie Lynn - calling her a 'selfish brat'

The second part of the interview, which was for Alex Cooper’s Call Me Daddy podcast, aired today, one day after Britney attacked Jamie Lynn on Instagram – calling her a ‘selfish brat’

Jamie Lynn shared screenshots of messages that she sent to Britney and her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, where she warned them about concerns she had over her lawyer, Sam Ingram

Jamie Lynn shared screenshots of messages that she sent to Britney and her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, where she warned them about concerns she had over her lawyer, Sam Ingram

The texts were sent on November 11, 2020

But she didn't hear back from Britney until weeks later - on December 8, 2020, when Britney thanked her for sending a birthday gift

The texts were sent on November 11, 2020, but she didn’t hear back from Britney until weeks later – on December 8, 2020, when Britney thanked her for sending a birthday gift

Britney never acknowledged the messages that Jamie Lynn had sent about the conservatorship

Because she would block her on and off, Jamie Lynn wasn't sure if she ever read them

Britney didn’t acknowledged the messages that Jamie Lynn sent about the conservatorship, but because she would block her sometimes, Jamie Lynn wasn’t sure if she read them

But she claimed that as soon as Britney told her she was unhappy with it, she reached out to lawyers and judges to try to find a way for the singer to end it.  

She said Britney brought it to her attention during a trip they took to Hawaii together in 2016.

‘We got a lot of sister time [on the trip], which we hadn’t had in a while, and we talked about a lot of different things,’ Jamie Lynn recalled. ‘She expressed to me that she wasn’t happy with her situation.’

Jamie Lynn said she was told that if Britney lived in a different state for six months, the conservatorship would be over – so she told her sister to come stay with her in Louisiana – but Britney didn’t want to.

‘We told my sister many times that all she had to do was go live out of state for six months and the conservatorship will be absolved because she’ll take residence in another state,’ Jamie Lynn said. ‘I told her this many times. That was my understanding of it.

‘From what I was told, if you have a residence in another state, if you live there for six months the conservatorship becomes null and void. This is what I understood.

‘I don’t know why that option wasn’t something she wanted to follow through with. I put myself on the line a couple times trying to help her in this situation that she said she needed help in.’

According to Jamie Lynn, she even approached Britney’s lawyer, Sam Ingram, with what she had found – but said it ‘went nowhere’ and claimed it ‘blew up in her face.’

Jamie Lynn claimed that as soon as Britney told her she was unhappy with the conservatorship, she reached out to lawyers and judges that she knew, to try to find a way for the singer to end it

Jamie Lynn claimed that as soon as Britney told her she was unhappy with the conservatorship, she reached out to lawyers and judges that she knew, to try to find a way for the singer to end it

She said Britney brought it to her attention during a trip they took to Hawaii together in 2016. They are pictured during the trip

She said Britney brought it to her attention during a trip they took to Hawaii together in 2016. They are pictured during the trip

According to Jamie Lynn, she approached Britney's lawyer with what she had found - but said it 'went nowhere' - sparking concerns that the lawyer didn't have Britney's best interest at heart

According to Jamie Lynn, she approached Britney’s lawyer with what she had found – but said it ‘went nowhere’ – sparking concerns that the lawyer didn’t have Britney’s best interest at heart

She said the lawyer told their dad everything she said - who ultimately shut down her attempts to help Britney. Britney and Jamie Lynn are pictured with their dad, brother, and mom

She said the lawyer told their dad everything she said – who ultimately shut down her attempts to help Britney. Britney and Jamie Lynn are pictured with their dad, brother, and mom

She said ‘everyone turned on her’ after Sam told their dad everything she said – who ultimately shut down her attempts to help Britney.

‘After this experience, I realized her lawyer was not acting in her best interest, that is when I started campaigning for her to perhaps get a new lawyer,’ Jamie Lynn said. 

‘I put myself on the line because I was sharing details that people would know came from me. I think she needed a new lawyer. He wasn’t really there for her.’

She also shared screenshots of messages that she sent to Britney and her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, where she warned them about the concerns she had over her lawyer.

‘I have nothing to gain or lose in this situation, no matter what happens with the conservatorship, but I am sick of seeing this whole thing just keep going in circles, so I figured I should see what I could do to help,’ she wrote in one of the messages. 

‘I have no reason to send this to you, other than I love you, and I’m trying to be helpful. I’m here if you need anything.’

Another message read, ‘I have really been digging to figure out how to help you … I’m going to keep trying to contact you and help you, even if you never respond.’ 

The texts were sent on November 11, 2020, but she didn’t hear back from Britney until weeks later – on December 8, 2020, when the Baby One More Time songstress thanked her for sending a birthday gift.

She never acknowledged the messages that Jamie Lynn had previously sent about the conservatorship, but because Britney would block her phone number on and off, Jamie Lynn wasn’t sure if she ever read them.

There has long-been confusion over whether or not Jamie Lynn had a part in the conservatorship, and she wants everyone to know that she did not have anything to do with it

There has long-been confusion over whether or not Jamie Lynn had a part in the conservatorship, and she wants everyone to know that she did not have anything to do with it

Back in October, Britney blasted her family for not doing more to stop the conservatorship in a series of online posts - but she didn't specify which family members she was talking about

Back in October, Britney blasted her family for not doing more to stop the conservatorship in a series of online posts – but she didn’t specify which family members she was talking about

And according to Jamie Lynn, her post caused the Zoey 101 alum to get a ton of backlash from Britney's fans - being called names like an 'abuser' and 'trafficker'

And according to Jamie Lynn, her post caused the Zoey 101 alum to get a ton of backlash from Britney’s fans – being called names like an ‘abuser’ and ‘trafficker’ 

Jamie Lynn said she even stopped talking to their mom, Lynne Spears, at one point, in an attempt to show her support for Britney.

‘I stopped speaking to her and I thought that would show Britney how committed I was to her,’ she shared. 

‘If she had an issue with her, I wanted to be there for her, but it was stupid I guess.’

Over the years, there has been confusion over whether or not Jamie Lynn had a part in the conservatorship.

And now, the former Nickelodeon star wanted everyone to know that she did not have anything to do with it. 

‘I was never involved in the conservatorship. Not once. There are legal documents I can show you,’ she stated.

‘I never had one part in anything, ever, in Britney’s conservatorship or life at all revolving around the conservatorship.’ 

Back in October, Britney blasted her family for not doing more to stop the conservatorship in a series of online posts – but she didn’t specify which family members she was talking about.

And according to Jamie Lynn, her post caused the Zoey 101 alum to get a ton of backlash from Britney’s fans – being called names like an ‘abuser’ and ‘trafficker.’

She begged her sister to stop bashing her online, and to speak out and confirm that Jamie Lynn did try to help her, claiming that it's caused her daughter, Maddie, 13, to get bullied in school

She begged her sister to stop bashing her online, and to speak out and confirm that Jamie Lynn did try to help her, claiming that it’s caused her daughter, Maddie, 13, to get bullied in school

Jamie Lynn, who is in the midst of a promo tour for her new memoir, Things I Should Have Said - which came out on January 18 - said she eventually decided that she had to put herself first

Jamie Lynn, who is in the midst of a promo tour for her new memoir, Things I Should Have Said – which came out on January 18 – said she eventually decided that she had to put herself first

She said it got so bad, that her daughter – Maddie Aldridge, 13 – started getting bullied at school.

Now, she begged her sister to stop bashing her online, and to speak out and confirm that Jamie Lynn did try to help her.

‘As I’ve mentioned previously, any time she told me she wanted help I gave her the chances and opportunities and people to help her,’ she said.

‘She knows all that, so why wouldn’t she just clarify that and stop all of this? That’s what I don’t understand.

‘But I do know that these are factually true statements. I have to at some point speak for myself – or what? Spend the rest of my life being bullied?

‘I feel a bit helpless. I don’t know what else to do except what I’ve always done, which is love and support her but also respectfully speak up for myself.’ 

According to Jamie Lynn, she received a message from her sister just one day before she slammed her family online, which read, ‘I know it’s not your fault and I’m sorry for being so angry with you. Although I’m your big sister, I need you more than you need me and always have.’

‘Do you understand how traumatizing that is for me?’ Jamie Lynn continued. ‘The ups and downs of like, I think we’re cool, and then the next day I get all these threats on social media because you backhandedly said something or made sweeping allegations with the words, “The family.”

‘I don’t know what family you’re talking about but I shouldn’t be included in that and you should clarify that because it’s heartbreaking for me to be up and down all the time.

‘I want to support you but I can’t put my and my children’s lives into the chaos because one day you’re OK with me and the next day you’re not.’ 

Jamie Lynn, who is in the midst of a promo tour for her new memoir, Things I Should Have Said – which came out on January 18 – said she eventually decided that she had to put herself first.

‘I didn’t understand sometimes where or what my position was or how I could be helpful,’ she added.

‘I was dealing with my own dynamics in our relationship and I was getting to a place where mine and her relationship was becoming a bit more challenging and unhealthy for me.

‘At some point I had to protect myself too. Outside of the conservatorship, mine and her relationship was coming to a point where I needed to set healthy boundaries with her.’

After the first part of the Call Me Daddy podcast aired last week, Britney posted a scathing response to Jamie Lynn on Instagram and unfollowed her. 

After the first part of the Call Me Daddy podcast aired last week, Britney posted a scathing response to Jamie Lynn on Instagram and unfollowed her

After the first part of the Call Me Daddy podcast aired last week, Britney posted a scathing response to Jamie Lynn on Instagram and unfollowed her 

'I can't, at this point, engage in something that's become so unhealthy for me,' Jamie Lynn said. 'I can't allow you to now spin false narratives about me and cause pain [for] my children'

‘I can’t, at this point, engage in something that’s become so unhealthy for me,’ Jamie Lynn said. ‘I can’t allow you to now spin false narratives about me and cause pain [for] my children’

It was also reported that she sent a cease-and-desist letter to her younger sister, ordering her to stay silent.

‘Why? Why would you want to give them another story to write about,’ Jamie Lynn said about the unfollow.

‘I can’t, at this point, engage in something that’s become so unhealthy for me.

‘What good is that going to do? Unfortunately, it’s come to the point where I have no other option than to lay out the f**king facts.

‘To this day, I would still be there for her in any single way but I can’t be there for you to the point where I’m allowing you to now spin false narratives about me and cause pain and harmful things to me and my children. 

‘I love my whole family, especially my sister, and I support her not matter what but I just can’t deal with the lies. There has to be some truth out there and I’m allowed to share it.’

She concluded: ‘When every headline’s gone away and everything is done, I’m still going to be your sister. It doesn’t matter. And people need to stop inserting themselves into our situation and egging it on and encouraging it.

‘We should be focused on healing. It’s very clear that there are people in pain in this situation. It’s apparent that it’s not a healthy thing for anyone.

‘It has to stop, it’s not funny. This is my life. These are people I love. Look what’s happened to my family.

‘This is my blood, I’m going to choose her over you every single time. I’ve sat silently and allowed all this crap to happen but I’m done. 

‘I don’t want to do this anymore, it’s embarrassing. I want to do it privately and I want to go be her sister as I’ve always been, that’s it.’

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