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Jamie Lynn Spears Details Alleged ‘Zoey 101’ Drama in New Book, Former Costar Alexa Nikolas Claps Back

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Two sides of the story. Alexa Nikolas wasn’t exactly thrilled with what Jamie Lynn Spears had to say about their feud in leaked pages from Things I Should Have Said — and The Walking Dead alum didn’t hold back in response.“I was pretty surprised to see her lying up a storm in there,” Nikolas, 29, who starred on Zoey 101 from 2005 to 2006, wrote via Instagram on Thursday, January 13. “I recently thought we were fine after she tried to use me in her Zoey 101 music video to make herself look better after I finally came out about what happened to me while on set/being left out once again during the reunion reboot ploy.”The Mad Men alum noted that it took Spears, 30, “awhile” to reach out, adding, “I’m guessing the pressure from others made her address the issue.

I declined her offer. Why now? But I was happy to get an apology finally. So I forgave her.”Nikolas later unfollowed the singer when news of Britney Spears‘ conservatorship battle made headlines.

The Illinois native revealed that Jamie Lynn attempted to reach out to her earlier this month, a move she found to be “super bizarre” at the time.“I have no idea what is going on over there with her but I want absolute nothing to do with it,” Nikolas continued. “Typical move for a bully to play the victim card/gaslight others while straight up lying.

I responded to her and said ‘Please do not send me anything and please stop contacting me.'”The Criminal Minds alum also responded to the leaked pages from Jamie Lynn’s memoir that recently surfaced online.“She never addressed anything that she mentioned in the book to me personally because she knows everything she is saying is a total lie and I would have called her out on that.

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