The nonprofit that Jamie Lynn Spears is pledged to support through sales of his upcoming memoir has refused to accept any money from the beleaguered star.
This Is My Brave announced Monday that its team had refused to receive proceeds for “Things I Should Have Said”, which is scheduled for release on January 18, 2022.
“We heard you. We actThe mental health-focused charity said in a statement posted on Instagram.We are deeply sorry for all those whom we have offended. We decline the donation of Jamie Lynn Spears’ upcoming book.“
This Is My Brave further explained in the caption of the post that she had been “recommended to be a recipient organization of revenue“from the thesis, but finally”made the decision to decline the offer.”
While This Is My Brave didn’t provide a reason, Britney Spears fans likely played a part.
#FreeBritney supporters have been slamming Jamie Lynn, 30, since her pop star sister, 39, accused their family of being complicit in the wardship which has controlled Britney’s personal affairs, estate and medical care since 13 years.
The “Toxic” singer also said she wanted to sue her family and see her father, Jamie Spears, charged with “abuse of guardianship”.
While Jamie Lynn insisted in an Instagram video last June that she only “loved, worshiped and supported” Britney, the siblings have publicly argued several times in recent months.
The Grammy winner recently took issue with the former “Zoey 101” star originally planning to title her memoir “I Must Confess,” a line-up from Britney’s 1998 single, “… Baby One More Time “. After Jamie Lynn changed the title of her tome earlier this month, Britney joked on Instagram that she was “thinking about releasing a book” on her side next year.
“I’m having trouble finding a title, so maybe my fans can help me!“she wrote.
Her father, Jamie, 69, was suspended as the curator of Britney’s property in September. A hearing is scheduled for November 12 to decide whether or not to end the guardianship.