Britney Spears is finally close to getting out of her 13 year conservatorship and the world is looking for answers as to how this happened in the first place and now her family and associates are scrambling to explain themselves. Among those trying to play clean up is her sister Jamie Lynn Spears with her new book Things I Should Have Said. Already Britney shaded her saying she too would write a book called I Really Care What People Think along with the now months of backlash her sister has received for being silent.
Well a nonprofit by the name of This is Brave, dedicated to fighting mental health issues and addiction has turned down Jamie Lynn’s donations she announced she was giving coming from the proceeds of her new book. And it happened based on fan backlash THEY received where they were told they’d better not accept them. Jamie Lynn’s reported very upset about this according to a source close to the situation.
“Jamie Lynn was totally blindsided by them publicly walking away. The organization was recommended and vetted and knew we were donating, but they’ve been overwhelmed,” the source says. “Unfortunately with them backing out, they are essentially saying that one person’s mental health struggles are more valid and important than another. They took a clear stand on whose story they thought had more value to them. Seems their actions don’t align with their mission of supporting all voices.”