Britney Spears accused sister Jamie Lynn of lying in her new book in a statement shared to social media.
This is the second time Spears has publicly gone after Jamie Lynn publicly. The statements come after Jamie Lynn participated in a sit-down interview on “Good Morning America.”
“Please please stop with these crazy lies for the Hollywood books,” Spears wrote Friday.
Jamie Lynn, 30, is gearing up for the January 18 release of her memoir, “Things I Should Have Said.” But the upcoming release has been marred by controversy when Spears, 40, first took to Instagram on Thursday to blast her younger sister and the rest of her family for profiting off of her music career.
Fox News’ Melissa Roberto contributed to this report.