Jamie’s lawyer Viviane Thoreen said at the June 23 hearing that Britney’s father “is sorry to see his daughter suffer and suffer so much. Mr. Spears loves his daughter and misses her very much.”
Moreover, Thoreen has already said People, in part, that the pop star can ask at any time to end the guardianship. “Britney knows her daddy loves her, and that he will be there for her when and if she needs him, as he always has been – conservative or not,” the lawyer swore.
Likewise, Jamie Lynn has previously expressed support for Britney whether or not she is under guardianship. The Nickelodeon star said, “I have nothing to gain or lose anyway. This situation doesn’t affect me anyway because I’m just her sister who only cares about her happiness.”
Jamie Lynn and Jamie have not publicly responded to Britney’s remarks. E! News reached out to their two reps for comment, but never received a response.