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Jamie Lynn Spears Said She Struggled With Self-Esteem As Sister Of The Famous Singer Britney Spears

Jamie Lynn Spears broke down in a show when she was getting mused for being the little sister of famous pop star Britney Spears.

The Zoey 101 star in the show ‘Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test’ revealed how when she was very very young, her elder sister became famous worldwide. She said that she is incredibly proud of her and she loves her a lot too. However, sometimes she feels like she really does not have a lot for herself.

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Jamie Lynn Spears confessed that while she has always been incredibly proud of everything her sister has achieved, she always craved for her own identity. She said that she always wanted to be a person of her own, not a sister of the world renowned superstar. She admitted that she always struggled with having a self-esteem.

Jamie Lynn Spears Struggled With Self-Esteem:

The Spears sister has recently suffered a turbulent relationship in the recent years. The elder of the two recently claimed that Jamie Lynn has failed to help her get out of the conservatorship that Jamie Spears, the father of the sisters put them under.

In Nov 2021, a court in LA dissolved the legal agreement, and Britney used social media to criticize her parents for keeping her from making its own choices for thirteen years.

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As Jamie Lynn Spears included Britney’s surname about three hundred times in her autobiography in Jan 2022, the situation reached a head. Britney, a Grammy recipient, then sent a cease-and-desist notice, alleging that her sister had “exploited her for monetary gain.”

However, when Britney Spears publicly commended Jamie Lynn Spears in Dec for “being so bold, inspirational, and displaying guts & glory,” the internet gasped. Although some fans assumed the letter was a friendly gesture, others thought the singer was being ironic.

 

 

 

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