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Britney Spears issues cease and desist letter to sister Jamie Lynn

Britney Spears has issued a cease and desist letter to her younger sister, Jamie Lynn Spears.In the new letter, Britneys’ lawyer Mathew Rosengart says the singer will file a lawsuit if her younger sister continues to talk about her “derogatorily” during a press campaign for her new memoir, Things I Should Have Said.Last week, Britney said she was “disgusted” with her family after her sister gave a TV interview about the new memoir.In the interview, Jamie Lynn was asked about a section from her forthcoming bookwhere she describes Britney’s behaviour before her conservatorship as “erratic,” “paranoid” and “spiralling.”“I can’t really speak to anyone else’s state of mind, I don’t think that’s fair,” she said when asked for her opinion on Britney’s “state of mind, currently”. “But I’m allowed to say how I felt in those [years], because that matters.

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