Who is Britney Spears' mom Lynne?

BRITNEY Spears' latest documentary highlights her legal battle with her father over her infamous conservatorship.

The documentary, Framing Britney Spears, which aired on February 5, looks at her rise to fame and why she ended up in court with her dad.

Who is Britney Spears' mom Lynne?

Lynne Spears was born on May 4, 1955, in Magnolia, Mississippi.

Lynne is an author an mother of Britney Spears, Bryan Spears and Jamie Lynn Spears.

She married James "Jamie" Spears in July 1976, however they divorced in 2002.

Lynne has co-written two books with her daughter Britney, "Heart to Heart" a biographical book about her daughter – which was published in 2000 – and "A Mother's Gift" published in 2001.


Is her mother part of Britney's conservatorship

Britney Spears' conservatorship was implemented in 2008 after the star had a series of public meltdowns.

The arrangement put her financial assets, estate, and personal assets under the control of her father, Jamie, and lawyer Andrew Wallet, who has since resigned.

Britney has made several attempts to end the conservatorship, but they have been rejected.

In July 2020, Lynne filed legal documents on behalf of Britney, wanting to have a role in her daughter's finances "specifically the trust which holds most of Britney's multi-million dollar assets".

At the time, Lynne spoke to Life & Style Weekly magazine about the responsibility she felt for Britney’s troubles.


“I blame myself,” she told the outlet.

“What mother wouldn’t? I wish I’d been there more while she was touring, but I couldn’t be. I had the other kids to look after.”

“I didn’t raise my children to have Hollywood careers. This all just exploded in my face, and big dreams became big headaches,” she added.

Are Britney Spears' parents still together?

Lynne and Jamie Spears divorced in 2002, after 30 years of marriage.

The family has been at war with each other over Britney's conservatorship, a source close to the family told US Weekly.

“Lynne wants a care plan established that would transition Britney’s personal life out of the conservatorship.

"Jamie has told her that Britney needs long-term monitoring, and he doesn’t think she is prepared to take such drastic action,” the source further added.

“With the conservatorship being extended until the beginning of 2021, Jamie was relieved because all he wants is to keep Britney safe and at her best.”

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