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Jamie Lynn Spears says she wishes father 'never would've drank'... but adding that 'he is human'

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Jamie Lynn Spears has made rare comments about her father Jamie, who is locked in a feud with her sister Britney Spears.Last year, after a protracted legal battle, Britney was freed from the conservatorship her father had held over her for 13 years.And now Jamie Lynn, 30, has shared her own feelings about him in a new interview with Entertainment Tonight, saying 'obviously, I wish my father never would've drank -- but again, he is a human and he has made mistakes.The whole family does.' Letting it out: Jamie Lynn Spears has made rare comments about her father Jamie, who is locked in a feud with her sister Britney SpearsJamie Lynn is promoting her upcoming memoir Things I Should Have Said - which Britney has denounced as being written 'at my expense.'When it comes to her own relationship with her family Jamie Lynn said: 'I think that it's a healing process that I'm working through.' She added: 'I can't speak for anyone else because each of us are in the family and we are dealing with things individually and from our own point of views, so I think we have to respect each other's process as we go through it, but it's all in real time.'In an excerpt from the book read aloud on Good Morning America, Jamie Lynn wrote about her father's alleged struggles with alcohol.

New era:Last year, after a protracted legal battle, Britney was freed from the conservatorship her father had held over her for 13 years; Jamie is pictured in 2012'He spent most of my life in that cycle of ruinous behavior.

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