Britney Spears has accused her sister Jamie Lynn Spears of using a recent TV interview to sell her new book “at my expense”.
The Toxic singer, 40, said her younger sister “never had to work for anything” and that she’s always been “the bigger person”.
It follows an interview the actress gave to Good Morning America, in which she insisted she was “taking steps to help” end her older sister’s controversial conservatory.
The 30-year-old has written about the pressure that comes with a famous surname in the memoir Things I Should Have Said.
During the ABC breakfast show interview, she described herself as “my sister’s biggest supporter.”
But the world-famous pop star wrote on Twitter: “I checked my phone and saw that my sister did her interview to promote her book.
“The two things that bothered me were my sister saying my behavior was out of control.
“She was never around me much at that time 15 years ago … so why are we even talking about it unless she wants to sell a book at my expense.
“I wrote a lot of my songs and my sister was the baby. She never had to work for anything.
“She was always given everything.
“I’ve always been the bigger one. They all have to do it and play me, and I was always sitting there and taking it.
“I remember asking my sister why she did that when she knew I was waiting to change my show and her only words were, ‘Well, it wasn’t my idea’…”
She added: “I hope your book is doing well Jamie Lynn”.
The conservatory, which gave Britney’s father Jamie Spears complete control of her finances, ended in November after nearly 14 years.
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