Jamie Lynn Spears speaks out in a new interview about strained relationship with sister Britney Spears

“When (the guardianship) was put in place, I was (a) 17, about to have a baby,” Jamie Lynn Spears, 30, told Juju Chang on the show. ABC’s “Good Morning America”. “I didn’t understand what was going on and I didn’t focus on it.… I understand as little then as I do today.”

“I wasn’t overseeing the funds or anything like that, and if there was (that perception) it was a misunderstanding, but anyway, I took no action to be part of it.”

Jamie Lynn Spears even went so far as to help Britney Spears, now 40, explore options for getting out of tutelage, said the actress and singer who rose to fame on the hit show Nickelodeon, “Zoey 101 “, and is now promoting new book,” Things I Should Have Said “.

“I’ve always been my sister’s biggest supporter,” Jamie Lynn Spears told GMA. “So when she needed help I set up ways to do it, I went out of my way to make sure she had the contacts she needed to possibly move forward. and end this trusteeship and just end it all for our family. If it’s going to cause so much discord, why continue? “

“I even spoke to his legal team,… his previous legal team, and it didn’t end well in my favor,” she added. “I took the steps to help. How many times can I take the steps without… She has to go through the door.”

Britney Spears has testified twice last year that the guardianship was “abusive”, alleging she was forced to perform, use birth control and take medication against her will.

The Grammy winner has blamed her family in Instagram posts for the guardianship since it was terminated. The “Baby One More Time” singer also recently stopped following Jamie Lynn Spears on Instagram.

“That love is still 100% there, I love my sister,” young Spears said Wednesday. “I’ve never loved her and supported her and done what’s right for her. And she knows it. So, I don’t know why we’re in this position right now.”

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