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Jamie Lynn Spears Claps Back HARD At Britney's Call-Out Over Memoir, Says Her Sister Is Not Telling The 'Truth'

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Jamie Lynn Spears is doubling down on her side of the ongoing public saga involving big sister Britney Spears.

Late on Thursday’s evening, the 30-year-old Zoey 101 alum opened up about the situation in a new Instagram post.

Of course, it comes on the heels of Britney’s surprising Twitter tirade hours before that about Jamie Lynn’s recent GMA interview publicizing her new memoir, Things I Should Have Said, which hits bookshelves next Tuesday. Related: Britney Spears Is Getting Naked — And Loving All The Attention! In the new IG statement, Jamie Lynn wearily addresses Britney’s newest claims about the family’s past, and it sounds like the younger sister is at her wit’s end with the whole drama.

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