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Britney Spears ‘REFUSES’ to watch Jamie Lynn’s GMA tell-all & is ‘deeply hurt & angry about sister telling her story’

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BRITNEY Spears “refuses” to watch Jamie Lynn’s Good Morning America interview as she’s “deeply hurt and angry” about sister telling her story, The Sun can reveal.

The younger sibling of the pop star broke her silence on the “abusive” conservatorship her family placed Britney, 40, in more than 13-years-ago during a bombshell sit-down earlier today.

While all eyes were on the 30-year-old Sweet Magnolias actress during her Wednesday morning interview, sources close to Britney claimed she was not one of the people who tuned in.  “No Britney hasn’t seen her sister’s GMA interview yet.

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