Britney Spears 'Refused' To Watch Jamie Lynn's 'Good Morning America' Interview, She's 'Hurt' That People Who 'Claim To Love Her, Keep Attempting To Tell Her Narrative,' Source Spills
While Jamie Lynn Spears made some bombshell revelations during her Good Morning America interview, her older sister, Britney Spears, is not believed to have watched it.
Jamie Lynn insisted during the interview that she loves her sister, but their relationship is complicated at the moment. Meanwhile, Britney reportedly unfollowed her younger sister on Instagram recently and has publicly slammed all of her family members over the past few months.
An insider told The Sun that Britney "refused" to watch the interview, but they suspect she will watch it eventually. "Britney is deeply hurt and angry others, who claim to love her, keep attempting to tell her narrative when it’s her story to tell."
The insider reportedly added that the 40-year-old will be sharing her version of events sooner than fans may think.
As previously reported by OK!, Britney seemingly threw shade at her sister before the highly anticipated sit-down aired on Wednesday, January 12. The "Toxic" songstress posted a photo of a typewriter on Instagram with the caption: "Shall I start from THE BEGINNING???"
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Britney's conservatorship began in 2008, the same year Jamie Lynn was pregnant with her first child. She declared on GMA she did not understand what was happening with her sister and wasn't focused on it because she was about to become a teen mom. "I understand just as little about it then as I do now," Jamie Lynn admitted.
The Zoey 101 alum said her older sister once asked her if she would be the person to, "ensure that her boys got what she needed," but was adamant she was not involved in the conservatorship beyond that request. "There was no like me overseeing funds or something like that, and if that was, it was a misunderstanding," Jamie Lynn maintained. "Either way, I took no steps to be a part of it."
In fact, the Sweet Magnolias star claimed she helped set up contacts and resources for Britney when she "needed help" to "possibly go ahead and end this conservatorship and just end this all for our family." She said she even spoke to the Princess of Pop's former legal team, but it did not end well.