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Britney Spears Sends Sister; Jamie Lynn Cease & Desist Letter

Britney Spears Sends Sister; Jamie Lynn Cease & Desist Letter

Britney Spears has had enough! She is already tired of hearing her sister spoiling her name all the time.  Britney is now threatening to sue her sister; Jamie Lynn if she continues to make “derogatory” statements about her while promoting her new book.

In a cease-and-desist letter, Brittany’s lawyer; Matthew Rosengart claims that the “Bad Time” memoir contains several “misleading or outrageous claims”.

“It is wrong to publicly broadcast false or fictitious complaints, especially when the books are designed to be sold. It is potentially illegal and even defamatory,” Rosengart warned in the letter.

You allegedly said recently that the book was ‘not about her.’ She takes you at your word and, therefore, we demand that you refrain from derogatorily referring to Britney during your promotional campaign.” Pause and Shut Down.

If you fail to do so or defame her, Brittany will be compelled to consider and take all appropriate legal action.”

While promoting her new book, ‘Things I Should Have Said’, Jamie Lynn sat down for several interviews using the headlines to comment on her sister’s life, including her recent battle to end stereotypes.

In an interview with Good Morning America last week, Jamie Lynn described herself as Britney’s “biggest supporter” and said she fought to end the stereotype.

However, in the book, which hit shelves this week, she described Britney’s past behavior as “crazy” and “irregular.”

A war of words has started between the two sisters on social media. GMA interview with Brittany is calling Jamie Lynn For opting to release a memoir shortly after the end of Britney’s conservatism.

Britney responded by accusing Jamie Lynn of leading a too easy life and cashing in on Britney’s fame on her Instagram account.

Spears accused her family of exploiting her when she testified last summer in the trial over her conservatorship, stating that she would “like to sue my family, to be totally honest with you.” Her father, Jamie Spears, oversaw the conservatorship for most of its 13 years, maintaining control over Spears’s life, finances, and medical treatments even as she continued to work. In November, Judge Brenda Penny terminated the arrangement.

The singer has continued to speak out against her family on social media — most recently sparked by comments Jamie Lynn made last week on “Good Morning America” while promoting her memoir, in which she described witnessing Spears’ behavior become more “erratic” and “paranoid” over the years. Jamie Lynn said she never sought control over Spears’s finances and had “always been my sister’s biggest supporter.”
Britney Spears’ public family battle continues as she accuses her sister, Jamie Lynn, of using her to sell books.

Britney Spears Sends Sister; Jamie Lynn Cease & Desist Letter Agnesisika blog

Spears responded with a lengthy statement on Twitter, writing that Jamie Lynn hadn’t been around enough to account for Spears’s behavior before the conservatorship was set in place.

“Why are they even talking about that unless she wants to sell a book at my expense,” Spears wrote, adding: “I know it may sound like a silly thing to most people but I wrote a lot of my songs and my sister was the baby. She never had to work for anything.”

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