American novelist Lynne Irene Spears is the mother of Jamie Lynn Spears, an actress, and Britney Spears, a well-known pop singer. Britney Spears' mother Lynne Spears is reportedly using her employment as a substitute teacher to pay her expenses. Despite allowing her mother, who is 68, to visit her at her Thousand Oaks mansion in May, the 41-year-old pop sensation and her mother had been separated for years.
Lynne Spears as a teacher!
Before her daughter became a household name, Lynne Spears worked as a teacher and even had a daycare in Kentwood, Louisiana. Sources revealed on Tuesday that she is having financial difficulties and has started working as a part-time substitute teacher at a nearby school to augment her income. One insider told the newspaper, "She is struggling to pay her bills, but she has already substituted for several classes at a local school," adding that substitute teachers in the region often make $15 per hour. Currently, Lynne resides in a $2 million estate that her daughter constructed in 2001. The insider claimed that the gap between them has "seriously impacted" Lynne's financial affairs and that this is the cause of her financial problems.
Lynne on her hard times!
However, the Louisiana native's Instagram bio states that she is a Rodan and Fields independent consultant, which according to Indeed.com may earn anywhere between $18,000 and $110,000 yearly. Along with four other friends, she also seems to co-write the "The MustardSeeds" blog, where they regularly talk about the restaurants and shops in the neighborhood where they live. It appears more like a passion project than a side company because they don't have a significant fan base. She managed her own preschool and childcare centre while Lynne's kids were little, including Britney, Bryan, and Jamie Lynn Spears, but she hasn't lately commented on social media about teaching. The mother of three did, however, attempt to ask her eldest daughter for financial support last year. Nearly five months after Britney's conservatorship was formally ended in April 2022, Lynne requested payment from the Grammy winner for the costs she incurred throughout the guardianship.
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Bills that Lynne wants to pay!
Mathew Rosegart, Britney's lawyer, swiftly rejected the demand, saying there was "no legal basis" for it and that his client had been the family's "breadwinner" for years. He also stated in his filing that Lynne "for at least a decade lived in a large, expansive house owned by Britney Spears in Kentwood, La., for which her daughter has also consistently and generously covered Lynne Spears' utilities, phone, insurance, property taxes, landscaping, pool upkeep, pest control, repairs, and maintenance, amounting to almost $1.7 million. Lynne withdrew her plea six months later, in October 2022, according to The Blast. The creator of "Through the Storm" and the singer of "Toxic" were then able to focus briefly on mending their relationship. They got back together in May of this year, but Britney, the Princess of Pop, was once more not getting along with her family when Sam Asghari filed for divorce from her in August. At the time, a source said, "Her meeting with her mom went OK, but there's still a lot of hurt there, so they haven't quite reconciled." Britney is still very upset with Jamie Lynn [Spears], who is also her sister. While Lynne is allegedly having difficulties, Britney is still releasing hit products. Together with Will, she released the song "Mind Your Business". I released her much-anticipated biography "The Woman in Me" in July, and her 2002 movie "Crossroads" will shortly be re-released. The music legend would "financially profit" from the redistribution of the rom-com movie in cinemas on October 23 and 25, an insider exclusively confirmed on Saturday.
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