Britney Spears She asked her fans to respect her privacy after she said the “fake phone calls” prompted police to check her authenticity earlier this week.
the singer Post a note on Twitter On Thursday she addressed the police visit and said, “I love and adore my fans, but this time things went too far and my privacy was invaded.”
Spears went on to explain that the police “never entered” her home and that once they arrived, they “quickly realized there was no problem and left immediately.”
The singer lamented that the accident left her feeling down “gassed and harassed” and that it is “again being portrayed in an unfair light by the media”.
“During this time in my life, I really hope the fans and fans I care about the most can respect my privacy moving forward,” she wrote.
In a statement emailed to CNN on Wednesday, Sgt. Jason Carroll of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that the department “had a few calls from concerned fans” after Spears deleted her Instagram account.
He said the wellness check was completed “out of an abundance of caution” and that it was “determined that she is safe and not in danger”.
For the past two years, Spears has been in the spotlight due to her legal battles ending her tutelage — which was set in 2008 and was largely controlled by her father, Jamie Spears until its resolution in 2021 – and the consequences #freeBritney a movement.
Spears used her Instragram platform as her primary channel to communicate with her supporters, but she was used Take breaks from social media In the past.
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