Britney Spears’ cousin accuses her uncle Jamie Spears of threatening her


There Sims accused her uncle and father of the singer, Jamie Spears, of threatening her while working for the artist.

Britney Spears’ cousin and former assistant, Alli Sims, accused her uncle and father of the singer, Jamie Spears, of threatening her while working for the artist.

In an interview with NBC News, Alli assured that the singer’s father “threatened” his life if he did not cut off contact with the star, and so since January 2008, he has not spoken to his famous relative.

When that happened, Jamie was not yet Spears’ tutor, but he was already worried about his daughter’s erratic behavior. She allegedly called Alli and warned her that something would happen to her if she did not distance herself from Britney, as she considered her a lousy influence.

There, who left his job to live with Britney and be his assistant in 2007, told NBC News: “He was 100 percent threatening my life (…) so I didn’t answer [Britney’s calls again],” she says.

Alli Sims admitted that he is “very guilty” for distancing himself from Britney and admitted that he received many calls from her that he went on to ignore after Jamie’s alleged threat.

She said, “I can’t imagine how she felt alone. When I think about how long she had to put up with this and it’s been 13 years, I’m really sad for her. I really hope that one day you can tell your story if that’s what you want to do. If you do, get ready, because there’s more to this story than I’m sure anyone could imagine,” the woman warned.

But the singer’s former employee and cousin admitted that she was unsure how to help Britney in the run-up to her tutelage and recalled how Britney used to call her from random numbers to ask for help when her phone was removed after she was unintentionally admitted to psychiatric facilities in January 2008.

“The situation crossed my mind at the time and his father and others were involved. I really think (Jamie) would have done something if I didn’t get away from the situation,” he says.

There he misses his cousin and admitted that Britney will always be on his mind:

“Do I miss her as a person and think of her all the time? Yes. She’s still everywhere. You can’t help but think about her every day,” she admits.

There he spoke after the release of the documentary ‘Framing Britney Spears’, which follows the rise and public collapse of the pop star, and insisted that he could no longer remain silent:

“How do you see that documentary, you’re in it, you live in it and you don’t say anything after all this time?” he justified.