In an interview with Julie Chen Moonves, who, btw, refuses to address all the nonsense and SA accusations in her own family, interviewed Jamie Lynn, sister of Britney, to get her side of the story. A story that shouldn’t even involve her, but does.
She is speaking out for the first time since Britney’s controversial 13-year conservatorship was officially terminated in November, but make no mistake. This is about selling her new memoir.
‘When [the conservatorship] was put into place I was 17 years old [and] I was about to have a baby so I didn’t understand what was happening nor was I focused on that. I was focused on the fact I was a 17-year-old about to have a baby,’ she said during an appearance on Good Morning America.
And that’s certainly reasonable. But you’re 30 now. You’ve been of an age where you could have supported your sister for a long time.
Jamie says she made several attempts to try and help her sibling end the guardianship over the years.
‘I’ve always been my sister’s biggest supporter so when she needed help I set up ways to do so,’ she said.
‘[I] went out of my way to make sure that she had the contacts she needed to possibly go ahead and end this conservatorship and just end this all for our family. If it’s going to cause this much discord, why continue it?
‘It wasn’t about [whether or not I agreed] with the conservatorship; everyone has a voice and it should be heard so if she wanted to talk to other people then I did, I set that up.’
I mean all that says to me is Jamie mostly sat buy and cashed the checks.
So in 2 weeks, one of my favorite podcast duo’s is discussing Jamies memoir. The pod is called “Celebrity Memoir Book Club” and thats it. They read the books and divulge any and all interesting shit they learn. They personally said they were featuring Jamie Lynn’s book so no one else had to go out and buy it. So check it out, last weekend in Jan.
In the meantime, JLS can cry me a river. No pun intended.