Jamie Lynn Spears’ Daughter Maddie Holds Massive Shotgun After Near-Fatal Accident

Jamie Lynn Spears’ daughter was involved in a near-fatal ATV accident in February 2017. Now, Britney Spears’ little sister is being accused of putting her daughter in danger after letting her hold a shotgun as tall as her!

Spears’ husband Jamie Watson posted a photo of Maddie, 10, holding a massive shotgun with the caption, “Getting her ready for dove season.”

Followers took to the comments to slam the parents.

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“Teach her to appreciate life, not kill it,” one commenter said, as a second wrote, “Wtf! You don’t eat doves so don’t kill them! Kill for food not for fun.”

A third fan wrote, “Teach kids to appreciate and take care of life instead of teaching them to kill them.” A fourth said, “bad parents.”

Another follower fired, “You’re so irresponsible. Guns are not a toy!”

But Watson exclusively told that he has “no thoughts” on the backlash.

Jamie Lynn Spears

“Doves is one of my favorite meals,” he said. “Everyone is great!”

In February 2017, Maddie accidentally drove into a pond and was stuck under water for several minutes before paramedics arrived. She remained in critical condition before being released from the hospital less than a week later.

Spears welcomed Maddie with then-boyfriend Casey Aldridge in 2008 when she was 16 years old.

Spears married Watson in 2014. They welcomed daughter Ivey Joan in April 2018.

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