Britney Spears’ mom Lynne Spears returns to teach Britney
Lynne Spears, the estranged mother of pop sensation Britney Spears, has made a surprising career move by returning to teaching in order to address financial difficulties caused by her strained relationship with her famous daughter.
Her income has been supplemented by part-time work at a local school at 68 years old after previously working as a teacher and running a daycare in Kentwood, Louisiana.
Her bills are due, but she substituted for several classes at [a local school],” a source told DailyMail.com.
Her complicated relationship with Britney Spears, her multimillionaire daughter, is believed to be a contributing factor to Lynne Spears’ current financial difficulties.
They have had a turbulent history, with disagreements and disputes frequently making headlines between the two.
Despite their already frail relationship, Britney’s public accusations against her mother, including claims that Lynne helped her escape a 13-year conservatorship, strained their relationship even further.
Britney’s father Jamie Spears took control of Britney’s conservatorship in 2008, which was a source of contention between the family members.
As a result of the overturning of the conservatorship in September 2021, Lynne requested that her daughter pay her $660,000 in attorney fees. Their already fractured relationship was further exacerbated by this move.