Jamie Lynn Spears has changed her tone.
Weeks after claiming her pop star sister's diehard fans were threatening her life and those of her children, the 30-year-old Nickelodeon alum took to Instagram to thank Britney Spears for a gift box the singer allegedly sent Jamie Lynn's two daughters: 13-year-old Maddie Briann Aldridge and 3-year-old Ivey Joan Watson.
"Nothing sweeter than coming home to a box full of goodies for my girls from their auntie," the Zoey 101 actress wrote atop a photo showing a box full of toys, stuffed animals, a purse and other cute knickknacks.
She did not tag Britney nor mention her by name.
As Radar previously reported, Jamie Lynn recently asked her 2.2 million followers to ease up on the threats, writing, "I respect that everyone has the right to express themselves, but can we please stop with the death threats, especially the death threats to children?"
Days after the 39-year-old singer's shocking testimony in court – during which she said she was miserable, and felt she had been abandoned and mistreated by her family – Jamie Lynn took to social media to defend herself.
In a seemingly angry video shared on Instagram, Jamie Lynn said she had remained quiet on the conservatorship because she had not felt that it was her place to address it.
"But now that [Britney's] very clearly spoken and said what she needed to say, I feel like I can follow her lead and say what I need to say," she told her fans.
Insisting "it's extremely clear" that she has "loved," "adored" and "supported my sister," Jamie Lynn got emotional, stating, "This is my freaking big sister before any of this bulls--t."
She said she would continue to support Britney regardless of what the singer chose to do with her life.
"I don't care if she wants to run away to the rainforest and have a zillion babies in the middle of nowhere, or if she wants to come back and dominate the world the way she has so many times before," Jamie Lynn said. "I have nothing to gain or lose either way. This situation does not affect me either way because I am only her sister who is only concerned about her happiness."
The Zoey 101 alum said she'd made a conscious decision to be in Britney's life as her sister and an aunt to the singer's sons.
"I've supported my sister long before there was a hashtag, and I'll support her long after," she stated. "My sister knows I love and support her. That's the only person I owe anything to."
Adding that she's "so proud of [Britney] for using her voice," Jamie Lynn insisted that she was speaking on behalf of herself and not for her family.
The comments did not go over well with Britney's fans, who were just as angry to learn Jamie Lynn was coming out with a book under the title, I Must Confess: Family, Fame, And Figuring It Out – a reference to Britney's 1998 debut single, …Baby One More Time.
In response to the uproar, the memoir's publisher spoke out, claiming the title was a work in progress and that it was meant for the company's eyes only.
"Worthy Publishing, an imprint of Hachette Book Group, became aware earlier today that premature information about Jamie Lynn Spears's still-in-development book project has been erroneously released online to book retail sites," a statement from Worthy Publishing read. "We deeply regret that incorrect and incomplete information about her book has appeared in the public space, particularly at this sensitive time for Jamie Lynn and her family."