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Britney Spears tells sister Jamie Lynn: 'Lose my number'

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emancipation of Britney Spears has been a long and rocky road, and the tension between the singer and her family continues.The 40 year old recently unfollowed her younger sister Jamie Lynn on social media after blasting her family for the “hurt” they have caused her.

Last month, Britney wrote on Instagram, “I’m here to remind my white ‘classy’ family that I haven’t forgotten what they did to me, nor will I ever forget!”And now, we’re told, Brit has cut all ties to her 30-year-old sister.The truth about Kim Cattrall's shock Sex and the City returnLove Island's Hugo Hammond divides fans with latest moveArthur Collins: what did Ferne McCann's ex-boyfriend do?“This has been building for a while, but Jamie Lynn’s new memoir [Things I Should Have Said, out next week], plus her ongoing support for their parents, has pushed Britney over the edge,” an insider tells heat. “She’s lost virtually all respect for her sister – she doesn’t trust her motives, and has told her not to contact her.

She and Jamie Lynn haven’t been close for a long time, and she’s no fan of their older brother Bryan either, who has also benefitted from Britney’s money over the years.

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