Jamie Lynn Spears Drops Britney Lyric From Memoir Title Amid Sister’s Ongoing Conservatorship Battle

With Britney Spears’ conservatorship battle bigger than ever these days, it’s a pretty lucrative time for Jamie Lynn Spears to tell her side of the story.

We previously reported that JL was working on a memoir with a controversial, Britney-related title, I Must Confess: Family, Fame, and Figuring It Out. Her sister’s fans were NOT having it, and Worthy Publishing actually had to apologize for the release of “incorrect and incomplete information.”

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Well, it’s complete now, because on Monday the actress announced the official name, devoid of any ...Baby One More Time lyrics. Things I Should Have Said will hit shelves in January 2022, and despite being a self described “broke-ass,” a portion of Jamie Lynn’s proceeds will go to mental health charity This Is My Brave.

In her Instagram announcement regarding the memoir, the Zoey 101 alum revealed she had a “strong conviction” to share her story after daughter Maddie’s ATV accident in 2017, “but there was a lot of personal work and healing that had to happen before I could share my truth the proper way.” She wrote:

“I’ve spent my whole life believing that I had to pretend to be perfect, even when I wasn’t, so for the first time I am opening up about my own mental health, because this process challenged me to have to be painfully honest with myself, and face a lot of hard things, that I normally would have just glossed right over, like I was taught to.”

Hmm. We wonder how painfully honest she’ll be about her involvement with Britney’s conservatorship. We assume a lot of people will be purchasing the book for those details…

Ch-ch-check out the author’s full statement (below):

[Image via Britney Spears/Jamie Lynn Spears/Instagram]

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