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'Hope your book does well' Britney Spears calls out sister Jamie-Lynn for tell-all memoir

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30-year-old Jamie Lynn appeared not to contradict Britney's claims about her frequent absences, as she confessed on air that, as a pregnant teenager at the time, she was instead "focused on the fact that I was a 17-year-old about to have a baby".Besides that, she also spilled on a time when Britney had allegedly locked the pair of them in a room while armed with a knife as she "didn't feel safe".At the time the interview aired, Britney said she was suffering from a high fever."My head hurt so bad ..

Of course I’m a drama queen if I get sick so I think I am dying !!! I’m not even joking … My body had chill bumps everywhere, like I was freezing yet my body was extremely hot and I couldn’t move," she lamented.However she went on to claim that her security guard allegedly refused to leave the property to buy medication, stating that he could not leave her alone.She also referenced the trauma years of mental health treatment and entrapment at home had left her with, adding that "the last thing I will ever ask to see in my life is a doctor.

I mean would you if you were me ????... Don't trust people."Britney added: "My family ruined my dreams 100 billion percent and try to make me look like the crazy on[e] while I have a 104 degree fever, not being able to move in my bed !!!!"Jamie also said in her interview that her sister "didn't like" her performing her songs at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards, something Britney had confirmed earlier in the year.While she had been languishing under a strict conservatorship, overseen by her "controlling" father Jamie for almost a decade at the time of Jamie's performance, her sister had been impersonating her on stage.Though Jamie told interviewer Juju Chen that she believed Britney was no.

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