Oops! … She did it once more.
Britney Spears got here for Jamie Lynn Spears — but once more — after the latter lamented over being related to the superstar on Fox’s new actuality collection, “Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test.”
“Are we gonna say it was arduous being my sister ???? Hmmmmmmmmmmm …. actually ???” Britney, 41, wrote in an Instagram caption on Friday.
The “Maintain Me Nearer” singer went on to remind her greater than 41 million followers that her family members had been handled to spa days and champagne — whereas she was barred from having fun with such easy pleasures as espresso — as she tirelessly carried out in her prolonged Las Vegas residency.
“We train her the MEANING OF MEAN after which throw her away in the long run with no self rights !!!! You need me to share it on Telly ???” Britney continued. “I’d moderately spit of their faces and trash them on Instagram trigger that’s all my household has ever been to me !!!!”
The Grammy winner then claimed that she suffered nerve harm throughout her controversial conservatorship that managed her medical, monetary and private affairs for practically 14 years.
The restrictive authorized association — established by her now-estranged father, Jamie Spears, in 2008 — was finally terminated in November 2021.
“Not a sufferer story or crying about it as a result of I used to be by no means an enormous deal … I sat in a chair for 10 hours a day and no rights for 4 months !!!” famous Britney, who was allegedly pressured right into a psychological well being facility in opposition to her will initially of 2019.
“[My family] damage me and nothing was carried out besides that I misplaced 15 years of my life with my household proudly owning my identify … subjected to being an angel whereas my dad has 5 girls on his tour bus ingesting that cup of espresso … so cool and easy it will need to have been good proudly owning my identify for 15 years …”
The pop icon concluded her message by addressing Jamie Lynn, 31, straight.
“It actually blows my thoughts the hardships you say you’ve got had with having me as your sister …” she wrote. “I’m sorry you’re feeling that method however don’t ever poke at my damaged foot in a kitchen telling me to go to the physician as a result of my foot an infection would possibly infect your royal kids !!!”
Jamie Lynn — who parents daughters Maddie, 14, and Ivey, 4, with husband Jamie Watson — mentioned on this week’s “Particular Forces” premiere that she “[struggles] with shallowness” as Britney’s youthful sibling.
“Rising up, my sister turned well-known, worldwide well-known, once I was very younger,” the “Zoey 101” alum mentioned.
“I’m so pleased with her, love her to dying, however I don’t know. Typically I really feel like I don’t actually have something for myself,” she elaborated.
In a confessional, Jamie Lynn reiterated that she was “extraordinarily proud” of her sister’s success, however want to uncover her “personal id” outdoors of being Britney’s sister.
The siblings’ relationship has been rocky for years. Nevertheless, issues took a flip for the worst in January 2022 when Jamie Lynn mentioned Britney’s name nearly 300 times in her memoir, “Things I Should Have Said.”
In a subsequent stop and desist letter, obtained exclusively by Page Six, Britney claimed her youthful sister “exploited [her] for financial acquire.”
Nevertheless, in a December Instagram put up, Britney publicly praised “brave” and “inspiring” Jamie Lynn for “exhibiting guts and glory.” The “Crossroads” actress confused followers, who had been unsure if she was extending an olive department or being sarcastic.
Britney has mentioned prior to now that she want to “sue [her] household” for his or her roles in her conservatorship, sparing neither brother Bryan nor mother Lynne Spears — the latter of whom Britney has accused of giving her father, Jamie Spears, 70, the idea for the conservatorship alongside former business manager Lou Taylor.
Britney has additionally asserted that she needs her father charged with “conservatorship abuse” and despatched to jail.
“Particular Forces: World’s Hardest Take a look at” airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.