Jamie Lynn Spears has announced her tell-all memoir ‘Things I Should Have Said’ is set to hit stores next January amid the ongoing fallout with her older sister Britney Spears.
The 30-year-old was forced to change the title of her memoir after heavy backlash from her older sister’s fans.
She had aimed to pay homage to Britney by using the title ‘I Must Confess’ which is a line from the chorus of the pop star’s 1998 hit single ‘Baby One More Time’.
The former Nickelodeon star announced on Instagram that her tell-all memoir will now be called ‘Things I Should Have Said’ and will be released on January 18, 2022.
The pair have had a rocky relationship since Britney dropped bombshells in a court hearing in June where she stated her aim to sue her family over her conservatorship.
Last month the pop star’s father Jamie Spears was finally suspended as her conservator after controlling her personal affairs, medical decisions and estate for 13 years.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny ruled in favour of a petition from Spears and her attorney Mathew Rosengart, ordering Mr Spears to be suspended effective immediately.
Mr Spears sought the court-ordered conservatorship arrangement in 2008 after Spears suffered a very public mental breakdown.