Thursday, December 20, 2007


(this is good -- tragically sad, but good -- directly from
When the National Enquirer reported on July 28th about Jamie Lynn Spears' pregnancy, lawyer's for the Nickelodeon star threatened legal action against the publication. Now, a source at the Enquirer has leaked us the letter Jamie Lynn's lawyers sent them at the time.

It's priceless!

It reads:

“Ms. Spears is a devout Christian with a spotless reputation, who lives in accordance with the highest moral and ethical standards in accordance with her faith. There is no “rumor” concerning Ms. Spears’ (non-existent) pregnancy, except perhaps for the baseless “rumor” just now being created by the National Enquirer.

Ms. Spears is not pregnant. It is pathetic for the National Enquirer to attempt to create a wholly baseless “rumor” that Ms. Spears is pregnant, so it can run a malicious story and false story which would be emotionally devastating to a morally upright 16 year old girl.”

Also, this report was online:

“I kind of just keep my options open. I have a bunch of friends that I always hang out with, a bunch of guy friends.”

Jamie-Lynn Spears, when asked if she had a serious boyfriend, in an interview with the AP published December 17, 2007, just a day before her pregnancy was announced.


Also, it's reported that, in a deal brokered by Lynn Spears, Jamie-Lynn will receive $1 million from OK Magazine for selling her story -- but she won't get the money until the baby is born and she gives them exclusive first photos.
I understand there is an excellent segment on this morning's (Thursday 20 Dec) nation news show, The Early Show, regarding the effect of the pregnancy on the Tween generation who are fans of Zoey101 and the like. Apparently, the segment airs between 7 and 9 a.m. on CBS

It's just all so...liar, liar, pants on fire.

(Above photo of Jamie Lynn and her baby-daddy. We just looked it up and the consensual age in Louisiana is **17**. Even if sex is consensual, it is still considered statutory rape. In California, the age is **18**. Either way, 19-year-old Casey is breaking the law. Even though Lynne said it was ok to do it-- and let her minor child live with her boyfriend.)