Britney Spears sought police help for a theft incident in her home

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Last week, Britney Spears reported to the police a theft from her residence.

The theft report, which was made by the 39-year-old pop star last Tuesday, was confirmed by Ventura County Sheriff Capt. Eric Buschow to Fox News.

According to Buschow, Spears decided not to push through with the action when the deputies responded. It was also the pop star’s choice not to file any inquiry or report, leaving it vague what she intended to report stolen.

Mathew Rosengart, Spears’ legal representative, did not comment on the incident when asked by Fox News.

Police went back to the pop star’s estate a week following the theft to respond to a suspected incident of beating allegedly by Spears against one of her workers.

The incident is being investigated.

Spears’ housekeeper on Monday said the star hit her, banging her phone to the ground during a quarrel.

On Thursday, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office said that the claimed incident eased on Monday before it was called to the authorities. Spears’ employee told the police that the altercation happened at around 10:00 a.m., and the singer was violent.

Spears’ employee, although uninjured, still submitted a complaint with the sheriff’s office.

According to a report by TMZ, the singer was allegedly annoyed as the employee sought the vet’s help for one of Spears’ dog’s treatment.

Spears’ attorney denied the allegations through a statement to Fox News.

“This is nothing more than sensational tabloid fodder – an alleged misdemeanor involving a ‘he said she said’ regarding a cell phone, with no striking and obviously no injury whatsoever,” her lawyer’s statement read. “Anyone can make an accusation. This should have been closed immediately.”

“The Sherriff’s office itself has said the incident was classified as a ‘very minor misdemeanor…’ and said ‘there were no injuries,’’ her attorney furthered.

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