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Britney Spears Under Investigation for Alleged Battery Incident Involving Employee

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E! Information reached out to her rep for remark as effectively and didn’t hear again.

The Grammy winner hasn’t publicly commented on the alleged incident. On Aug. 19, she posted a photograph on Instagram that confirmed a Hans Zatzka portray of a lady along with her again pressed in opposition to a door. She captioned the publish, “She clearly desires privateness,” with shrugging emojis. Spears later posted a photograph of a lady flipping the fowl and wrote, “I really feel like she’s made her level completely clear.”

She additionally shared a Sophia Loren quote a few “fountain of youth,” alongside a topless photo of herself. Earlier within the day, Spears posted a public consciousness message concerning the coronavirus pandemic to encourage followers to #StayHome.

Spears is within the midst of an ongoing authorized battle to finish her conservatorship of 13 years. Final week, her father, Jamie Spears, said he is “willing” to step down as conservator of her property when the time is true. Per his lawyer’s Aug. 12 courtroom submitting, he maintains that the petition for his elimination is “unjust” however stated “he doesn’t imagine {that a} public battle along with his daughter over his persevering with service as her conservator could be in her greatest pursuits.”

She has stated her conservatorship is “abusive” and controlling, and her dad requested the courtroom to analyze her claims. 

His lawyer wrote final week that the authorized association was instated in 2008 as a result of she was in “disaster,” saying, “Not solely was she struggling mentally and emotionally, she was additionally being manipulated by predators and in monetary misery. Mr. Spears got here to his daughter’s rescue to guard her.” It went on, “Mr. Spears has at all times completed what he believes was in his daughter’s greatest pursuits.”

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