Bring their mom into the mix! Britney Spears added fuel to his ongoing feud with his sister Jamie Lynn Spears and called their mother, Lynne Spearsfor how girls were treated differently growing up.
The “Toxic” singer, 40, recalled in a since-deleted post on Tuesday, January 18, how her parents and sister, 30, allegedly treated her after she and Justin Timberlake called off their four-year romance in 2002.
“I came home to Jamie Lynn on the couch watching his TV shows right after Justin and broke up…I was a ghost there!!!!!” the Grammy winner recalled in the Instagram caption. “I had worked all my life and didn’t know how to get Mamma to serve me. [sic].”
Britney claimed that the Zoe 101 alum sat there and got “served the chocolate milkshakes with perfectly crushed ice with the secret sugar cubes” at the age of 12 by their mother.
“She indulges in TV for hours then goes to lay on a raft at the pool,” the former Mouseketeer wrote of her younger brother’s alleged actions. The ‘Womanizer’ singer recalled being “shocked” when she saw how Jamie Lynn was treated while she was away, saying, “That was never my life.”
Britney further explained, “Justin’s family was all I knew for many years.” The pop star met the former ‘NSync musician, now 40, in 1992. They started dating six years later, but the duo broke up in 2002.
Timberlake apologized in February 2021 for his inaction and involvement in Britney’s public downfall, which ultimately led to her 13-year conservatorship. (Adult legal guardianship ended in November 2021 after her father, Jaime Spearsannounced that he was stepping down as curator of his estate after more than a decade.)
In her lengthy Instagram post on Tuesday, however, Britney recalled that their parents expected a lot more of her than Jamie Lynn. “Things were different now and Jamie Lynn had a Nickelodeon show. All I remember saying was ‘DAMN!!! How the hell does a 12 year old land a Nickelodeon show????’,” the “Work Bitch” singer wrote in the since-deleted post.
Britney noted that she “never got my iced chocolate drink” from Lynne, explaining that she must have been “adult” at a much younger age than her sister.
“But then maybe I could use a little support,” she wrote in the since-deleted post, adding that she was “scared” when she was fired and forced to go. in rehab for four months.
the Crossroads the actress then spoke to Jamie Lynn Things I should have said book claims, in which Jamie Lynn wrote that Britney allegedly locked them both in a bedroom while she had a kitchen knife because she was “scared” of something.
the All that alum wrote in her 2022 memoir that Britney was “erratic [and] paranoid” when she was placed under his guardianship in 2008. The “I’m a Slave 4 U” singer, however, said her parents’ marital problems were part of the reason she panicked during this time.
“My mom was on painkillers and could barely hold a conversation around the house because her and my dad broke up and she was more screwed up than anything,” Britney said on Tuesday. “I remember her sitting on the floor in a conversation and she never got up.”
She joked: “I’m sorry Jamie Lynn, I wasn’t strong enough to do what should have been done…I slapped you and mom on your fucking faces!!!!!”
Amid her book tour, Jamie Lynn denied the memoir was about Britney, but that didn’t stop the sisters from trading jabs on social media all month. Britney, however, appeared to try to appeal to Jamie Lynn’s emotional side on Tuesday in a second Instagram post, citing her sister’s tearful “Call Her Daddy” podcast interview.
The musician explained that when she was fired by her father, now 69, she constantly asked herself the same questions for months. and “Do I count?” The former Las Vegas headliner claimed she reached out to her younger brother at the time in hopes he would get her back.
“Honestly, I’d be very interested to see your pretty face in the setting I’ve been forced to be in and ask you ‘DO I MATTER???’ I couldn’t cry 😢…I had to be strong…TOO STRONG,” Britney wrote alongside an Instagram video of herself in a schoolgirl outfit. “So yeah…YOU ARE IMPORTANT and don’t you ever think for a f-king second that you don’t.”
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