Jamie Lynn Spears: Britney Spears' sister slams troll who wished her daughters get raped

Jamie Lynn Spears has a 13-year-old daughter Maddie and a 3-year-old daughter Ivey

                            Jamie Lynn Spears: Britney Spears' sister slams troll who wished her daughters get raped
Britney Spears' sister Jamie Lynn Spears has spoken out against a bully (Photos by Isaac Brekken and Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

Britney Spears' sister Jamie Lynn Spears spoke out against a social media bully who wished rape on her two young kids. The actress, who has a 13-year-old daughter named Maddie and a 3-year-old daughter named Ivey, slammed the troll because she couldn't "blow-off" the hatred directed at "innocent underage children."

Spears, 30, said in a long Instagram Story comment., “I’ve gotten beyond use [sic] to receiving the love and the hate from strangers, since before I ever even had a choice at the age of like 8. So growing up I had to learn to acknowledge the hate, and rise above the evil and NEVER give the negativity the attention it so desperately wants, but this is one of the ones I can’t just brush off.”


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She added, “You may not love me, and that’s fine, but THIS shouldn’t be tolerated under any circumstances, much less about innocent underage children.” Spears posted screenshot of a message from a user whose profile photograph she removed, "White trash b***h, I hope your daughter gets raped. Both of them," the message said. Spears responded directly to the Instagram user saying “Man that’s awful.” Jamie Lynn Spears has been the victim of social media abuse since her elder sister, Britney Spears, publicly chastised her family for causing her grief throughout her 13-year conservatorship struggle. “Just maybe this negativity will bring along something positive to someone who needs it. Love y’all,” she remarked.


In a June court appearance, Britney claimed that her family had been "abusive" to her and that she intended to sue them as a consequence. In July, Britney attacked her younger sister for remixing one of her songs without her consent at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards, calling her a "mean a**." Britney also slammed Jamie Lynn's upcoming biography, which was previously titled 'I Must Confess' after Britney's breakthrough hit, "...Baby One More Time," from 1998.


Britney joked on Instagram before addressing Jamie Lynn, “I’m thinking of releasing a book 📚 next year 😜 But I’m having issues coming up with a title so maybe my fans could help !!!!” Britney most recently unfollowed Jamie Lynn on Instagram, however, Jamie Lynn is still a follower of Britney Spears.

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