Britney Spears' sister Jamie Lynn posts rare photo of singer's sons Sean Preston, 15, and Jaden, 14, amid family feud

BRITNEY Spears' sister Jamie Lynn posted a rare photo of singer's sons Sean Preston, 15, and Jaden, 14, amid their family feud over the conservatorship.

Jamie, 30, wrote a lengthy message about Louisiana, which she described as her "home," on Instagram. 


The TV star revealed how "heartbreaking" it was to see the devastating effects of Hurricane Ida "to the place I love." 

Jamie wrote: "It has warmed my heart so much to see all our neighbors here in Louisiana coming together to help each other during hard times like they ALWAYS have.

"I’ve never been more proud to be from Louisiana."

Britney's younger sibling promised to "post information in my story with ways everyone can help by" donations and volunteering. 

She concluded: "Let’s all say an extra prayer for the people of Louisiana tonight."

In the collection of snapshots, Jamie sharedbeautiful sights of Louisiana and a snap of Sean and Jaden dressed up in their camouflage outfits.

The two appeared to be having fun in the swamp. 

THE FAMILY FEUD

The pop singer and the Sweet Magnolias star have been in an online feud after Britney claimed her sister was not as supportive during her conservatorship battle as she had claimed.

Jamie shared an audio clip from her three-year-old daughter on social media.

Ivey offered some comforting words and said: “Aww, it’ll be okay, Mom,” 

“It has to be okay, Mom.”

The Zoey 101 actress replied: “Thank you, baby.”

Jamie Lynn shares Ivey with her husband Jamie Watson, and is also a mother to Maddie, 13, with her ex Casey Aldridge.

Recently, Britney scored a major victory in the ongoing conservatorship case against her father, Jamie.

Jamie agreed to step down as conservator of her estate earlier this month after controlling her life for more than 13 years.

NO CHARGES

Recently, charges were dropped against Britney Spears, 39, in relation to the housekeeper who accused her of assault.

Ventura County District Attorney Erik Nasarenko announced that the Toxic singer would not be charged with any crimes after her housekeeper accused her of slapping her phone out of her hand during a disagreement.

Britney was alleged to have gotten into an argument with her housekeeper after she took Britney's dogs to the vet without telling her.

A news release from the DA stated: "Misdemeanor Unit Supervisor Blake Heller thoroughly reviewed the case submitted by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, and declined to file charges based upon insufficient evidence that a crime had occurred and the lack of injury to the housekeeper or significant damage to the phone."

The document also stated that "the housekeeper indicated that the screen protector to the phone was damaged. The housekeeper had no visible injuries."



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