Jamie Lynn Spears is speaking out against her parents for allegedly trying to force her to have an abortion when she was 16 years pregnant.
It was a difficult pregnancy, as Jamie Lynn explained in her upcoming book, Things I Should Have Said, that her parents tried to hide her pregnancy from the public.
TMZ has received a snippet of the book which details the incident of 2007. Jamie Lin told her parents and management that she was pregnant. For those of you who remember, Jamie Lin was then the star of Nickelodeon’s ‘Joey 101’.
In a passage, Jamie Lin says the man in his inner circle, “… came to my room and tried to convince me that having a baby at this point in my life was a terrible idea … ‘It will kill your career. You’re too young. You don’t know what you’re doing. There are drugs you can take.” We can help you take care of this problem … I know a doctor ‘.. Everyone around me just wanted this’ problem’ to disappear. “
Jamie Lynn said boldly, “… everyone was convinced that the end would be the best course of action.”
Jamie Lin added that her phone was snatched to prevent her from communicating with people outside her camp in the hope that news of her pregnancy would not be leaked accidentally.
Jamie Lynn claims she was not even allowed to tell her sister Britney that she was having a baby, saying, “I needed her more than ever and she couldn’t help me at my most dangerous time … To this day, my injured sister I still survive because I can’t speak for myself. ”
He says he got into a fight with his father Jamie over adoption but eventually his team made an exclusive deal with him! The magazine will break the story and give them the first picture of the baby.
In addition, Jamie Lynn says he and his mother went to some cabins to the east, which he believes are in Connecticut, to hide until the article comes out. The two spent Thanksgiving together there, where “Mom wore frustration like her favorite jacket.”
The book is scheduled to be released in January 2022.
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