BRITNEY Spears is planning to write her own memoir to counter the “offensive” claims made in her sister’s new book, The Sun May Exclusive Disclosure.
In Jamie Lynn’s terrifying new memoir, Things I Should Have Said, she makes a series of shocking accusations about the Toxic singer – including that Britney took a knife and locked them both in a room while the older brother and sister were holding a knife. 12 years old pop star’s younger brother.
The book sparked a war of words between the once-close sisters, and Britney criticized Jamie Lynn for “profiteering” away from her career.
On Wednesday, Britney even said she “should have slapped” her sister and mother, Lynne, “in their faces” in a new quote.
Now, a source close to the star says Britney has come to “boil” over her sister’s “lies” and is looking at several multi-million dollar offers from publishers. large version to write your own “event version”.
This comes after The Sun revealed last week that Britney is also in talks with Oprah Winfrey to do an interview.
“Britney is completely ready to explode, she’s furious at the way Jamie Lynn is presenting a version of their relationship that doesn’t sound like the real thing,” the source said.
“For six months, she brooded over what it was like to recount her life to her family. If anyone was going to set a record, it had to be her.”
Although the Grammy-winner was released from a 13-year conservatorship run by her father Jaime, in November her relationship with her family remained shaky after years of alleged “abuse”.
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Britney’s attorney Matthew Rosengart, who has led the fight to remove Jamie from conservatorship and “struggle for justice” in relation to her treatment, is now said to be “open” to the client’s claim. speak publicly.
The source revealed that Britney, 40, has received many offers from publishers.
A major publisher is said to have made an offer of $15 million for a multi-distribution deal.
The source said: ‘One advantage of writing the book is that Britney has complete control over every word.
“There will be no doubt about her deductions and no worries about a line of dialogue being thrown out of context.
“The offers were there and Britney believes there will be a time to tell her story, especially since her mother and sister did it to her.”
The source added: “The official stance is that Britney is considering an interview, but she has yet to commit to anything.
“She would need to have a strong mental space to go that far.”
Sources say Britney’s fiancé Sam Asghari is her biggest champion when it comes to independence and has supported her along the way.
She has also been comforted by the support of her fans.
But the source added that her sister’s new book has “ignited a fire” under her.
In her scathing memoir Jamie Lynn, 30, describes her sister as “paranoid and capricious” and claims she spent her teenage years “hiding Britney’s emotional episodes from the world.” gender.”
She said the alleged knife incident happened shortly after Britney, married to first husband Jason Alexander, now 39, in 2004, in what Jamie Lynn called “a smoke of drugs.” .
She wrote: “Once, she said to me, ‘Darling, I’m scared,’ and took a big knife from the kitchen, dragged me into the room and she locked us both in the house.”
While Jamie Lynn toured to promote the memoir, Britney took to social media to hit back.
The angry star tweeted that her sister had “went to a whole new low”.
“Please, please stop with these crazy lies about Hollywood books. Only scumbags make up such things.”
Jamie Lynn, mother of Maddie, 13, and Ivey, three, also revealed some of her worries about the pop star’s mental health over the years, including that Britney once yelled at her.
Britney, mother of Sean, 17, and Jayden, 16, by her second husband and former backing dancer Kevin Federline, whom she divorced in 2017 after three years of marriage – wrote that Jamie Lynn and their brother Bryan abandoned her when she needed them.
She added: “You guys did absolutely nothing YEARS ago!!!”
Jamie Lynn insists the book is about her and not Britney as she continues to publicize the book in the media.
Jamie Lynn followed Britney into showbiz, starring in the Nickelodeon sitcom Zoey 101 for three years until she became pregnant at the age of 16 in 2007.
She returned to the limelight in 2013 to launch a country music career, but her single and single EP failed to impress.
In 2020, she stars in the Netflix romantic drama series Sweet Magnolias, the second of which is due out next month.
Now, she says she’s only “allowed to follow my own dreams as long as they align with Britney’s.”
The Sun has reached out to Britney’s rep for comment.
https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/4506120/britney-spears-15-million-book-memoir-sister-jamie-lynn/ Britney Spears is in talks for $15 million to ‘set an instant record’ as she’s ‘infatuated’ over Jamie Lynn’s memoir ‘lying’