Determined to tell her story, Britney Spears intends to speak her truth in her new memoir.
The source also said the “Womanizer” singer plans on writing about her damaged relationship with younger sister Jamie Lynn Spears.
“Britney feels extremely betrayed by Jamie Lynn, as she has expressed publicly,” the insider states. “She will lay out that without her, Jamie Lynn would have no career.”
During the ending of the pop star’s 13-year-long conservatorship, her relationship with her sister came under careful examination, with Britney stating during her testimony in June that she wanted to “sue” her family, without specifying which members.
Britney isn’t the only Spears sister to share her story in a book. Jamie Lynn released her memoir Things I Should Have Said in January, and Britney wasn’t shy about how she felt about it.
“Congrats best seller … I’m not surprised at all 👏🏼📚👎🏻 !!! The nerve of you to sell a book now and talk s—t but [you’re] f—king lying,” the singer wrote in a now-deleted Instagram post, after Jamie Lynn’s book made the New York Times best-seller list. “I wish you would take a lie detector test so all these masses of people see you’re lying through your teeth about me !!!!”
Britney also sent her sister a cease-and-desist letter after Jamie Lynn continued with the promotion of her book on the “Call Me Daddy” podcast in January.
“Although Britney has not read and does not intend to read your book, she and millions of her fans were shocked to see how you have exploited her for monetary gain,” Britney’s lawyer, Matthew Rosengart, wrote in the letter. “She will not tolerate it, nor should she.”
While Britney made her book deal after Things I Should Have Said was released, the insider added that the “Toxic” singer’s decision to write a memoir had “nothing to do” with Jamie Lynn’s book.
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