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Jamie Lynn claims Britney Spears could’ve ended conservatorship by moving to new state, legal experts weigh in

Jamie Lynn Spears claimed all Britney Spears needed to do to end her conservatorship was move to a new state, but legal experts tell Fox News Digital the chances of that happening were "slim to none." Jamie Lynn doubled down on her claim that she attempted to help Britney out of her conservatorship multiple times during a part two interview with Alex Cooper for the "Call Her Daddy" podcast.  Specifically, Jamie Lynn claimed she gave Britney the advice of moving to a new state. Jamie Lynn Spears claimed all Britney had to do to end her conservatorship was move to a new state, but legal experts disagree.
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