Jamie Lynn Spears Says She's Got Britney's Back Amid Sister's Mental Health Treatment
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Brit's 28-year-old sister fiercely hits back at critics on social media.

Jamie Lynn Spears wants to make one thing clear: she loves sister Britney Spears and has no time for anyone saying otherwise.

After it was reported earlier this month that Britney checked into a mental health facility -- voluntarily, according to TMZ -- critics began leaving nasty comments on Jamie Lynn's Instagram page as she continued to post photos of her own children.

While she celebrated Britney as her Woman Crush Wednesday on April 3, immediately after the news broke, Jamie Lynn did not make mention of her since -- leading to questions from her followers in the comments about what she was doing to help.

Seemingly referring to some of the criticism she's been getting, Jamie Lynn shared a video on Instagram showing the two of them surrounded by paparazzi in 2008. As one person yells at them, "Nobody wants you in this neighborhood," a then 16-year-old Jamie Lynn shouts, "Well, then move the f--k out!"

Her caption: "10 years ago, who was there?? I have been here long before anyone else, and I'll be here long after. I love my sister with everything I have."

"So, anyone or anything that speaks to the contrary can GTFOH with all the comments about what you don't understand," she continued. "Do not come for me or the ones I love anymore. You can move the 'blank' outta here with all that, just like this other lady who was running her mouth."

So far, the post has been met with praise from Britney's fans in the comments.

Also according to TMZ, Spears is at the tail end of her treatment. In addition to having a hard time dealing with her father Jamie's recent illness, her doctors were also adjusting her medications, which had "lost their efficacy." Doctors now believe they've found the right mixture of drugs.

TMZ also added Spears' conservatorship does not permit her conservator, her father, to force drugs or treatment at a mental health facility on the person for whom the conservatorship was created. They said they're told "Britney is the one who said she wanted to go."

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