Jamie Lynn Spears shares rare photos of her 13-year-old daughter dressing up for a school dance.
On Sunday, Jamie Lynn Spears turned to social media to post rare photographs of her 13-year-old daughter, Maddie, dressing up for her first school dance.
“HOCO 2021,” the “Sweet Magnolias” actress, 30, captioned photographs of her eldest child dressed in a bright green gown and posing with friends, family, and a date for the night — despite the fact that she intentionally hid Maddie’s face in the photos.
“Don’t worry; I, too, am in disbelief that my baby is growing up and attending her first dance and experiencing all the things that make time fly by and stand still at the same time,” Spears wrote.
The “Zoey 101” graduate and now-ex Casey Aldridge welcomed Maddie in 2008, when she was 17 years old. Spears is also the mother to Ivey, 3, whom she shares with husband Jamie Watson.
Spears’ joyous weekend was cut short Monday as she faced additional backlash over her upcoming memoir, “Things I Should Have Said,” which is scheduled to be released in January 2022.
This Is My Brave, the mental health organisation she vowed to support with the proceeds from the sale of her book, has indicated that they would not take any funds from the actress.
“We were aware of your presence. “We are acting,” the nonprofit organization stated on Instagram. “We apologize profusely to everyone we have offended. We have declined the gift from the future book of Jamie Lynn Spears.”
While no justification was given, fans speculate that rising criticism from Britney Spears’ fervent audience influenced This Is My Brave’s choice to distance themselves from Jamie Lynn.
A portion of #FreeBritney supporters believe that the younger Spears has not sufficiently fought for Britney’s conservatorship to be dissolved. Britney’s estranged father, Jamie Spears, devised the restricted legal arrangement that governs her personal, medical, and financial affairs in 2008.
“Perhaps I did not support her in the way the public expected me to with a hashtag on a public platform, but I can assure you that I have supported my sister — long before there was a hashtag — and I will continue to support her long after,” Jamie Lynn wrote on Instagram in June in response to criticism for remaining silent on the matter.
Britney stated in her court appearance that month that her family did not do a “goddamn thing” to assist her in escaping the suffocating confines of her conservatorship. The singer of “Toxic” said she was compelled to enter a mental health facility, forced to take lithium, and compelled to have an IUD contraception implanted against her will.
Additionally, Britney stated that she desired to “suit” her family and have her father, Jamie, 69, charged with “conservatorship abuse.”
On Sept. 29, the Grammy winner and her attorney, Mathew Rosengart, successfully petitioned to have her father removed from conservatorship. A hearing to consider its abolition is scheduled for Nov. 12.