Britney Spears wrote a letter to her sister telling her not to talk about her during her book tour.
Spears’ attorney Mathew Rosengart sent a prison release letter to the singer’s sister on Tuesday regarding Spears’ new memoir, ‘Things I Should Have Said’.
Although Jamie Lynn Spears recently said that the book didn’t always sound like her sister, Rosengart said, “She understands what you’re saying, Your performance.” during an advertising campaign.
Otherwise, Britney could be pressured to remember and do whatever it takes in prison.”
In a letter From Rosengart, he called her book “premature” and said she was making “deceptive or outrageous claims about her.”
In her books, she describes her older sister’s behavior, which at times appears to be “paranoid” and “capricious”.
However, the Grammy winner took up the matter several times over the past week with memories of her sister via social media.
Posted on Instagram this week: “Jamie Lynn I wasn’t strong enough to do what I had to do…Slap you and your mom right in your fucking face!!!!!”
“I’ve always been my sister’s biggest supporter,” Jamie Lynn Spears said in an interview when she recently sold a Good Morning America book.
She also said it had nothing to do with her sister’s 13-year custody, which ended last year. “When she needed help, I made a way, got mad to make sure she was contacted, and probably had to move ahead and give up this custody and give up everything for us.