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Jamie Lynn Spears eviscerated by Zoey 101' Alexa Nikolas for 'lying up a storm' in her new memoir

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Jamie Lynn Spears, 30, has been on the receiving end of plenty of hate recently over her new memoir, Things I Should Have Said.Now, her former Zoey 101 co-star Alexa Nikolas has come out swinging against the former child star, branding her a 'bully' who is 'lying up a storm' in the book.Nikolas, 29, shared a scathing rebuke of Jamie Lynn on social media early Friday morning, after her sister, Britney Spears, posted a similar one slamming Jamie Lynn for 'selling a book at her expense'.

Shots fired:Former Zoey 101 star Alexa Nikolas has come out swinging against Jamie Lynn Spears in an new Instagram post, branding her a 'bully' who is 'lying up a storm' in her new memoirAlexa Nikolas took Jamie Lynn to task in her Instagram post, tagging her former Nickelodeon co-star in the caption: '@jamielynnspears forget all your crocodile tears and unfollow me.

Ooh-ooh-ooh'Her text-only rebuke focused mainly content penned in Jamie Lynn's new memoir, Things I Should Have Said. 'I was pretty surprised to see her lying up a storm in there,' Alexa wrote of the book.'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.'Alexa and Jamie Lynn have evidently had issues in the past, for which Nikolas said Spears recently apologized.

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