Britney Spears called police to report theft at $8M mansion but 'turned cops away' before housekeeper claimed assault

BRITNEY Spears called the police to report theft at her $8million mansion but “turned the cops away.”

The incident occurred before the 39-year-old’s housekeeper claimed assault.

Page Six reported on Thursday that Britney called 911 to report a mysterious left at her home last week.

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office received the call just before 6 p.m. on August 10.

When police arrived at the Toxic singer's mansion in Thousand Oaks, CA, Britney reportedly decided not to pursue action.

“She called and wanted to report some type of theft," Captain Eric Buschow, the department’s media relations officer, told Page Six.

“When deputies arrived and contacted her security staff, they informed the deputies that Ms. Spears decided she did not want to file a report at that time. And so, deputies left.”

Due to singer's decision to not pursue action, there is no official record that explained what was allegedly stolen from her house or if there are any suspects.

Buschow added: “There was no law enforcement action at that time, no report taken or anything like that."


Just six days later, police returned to Britney's property after a female member of her staff filed a report against the singer.

Britney allegedly slapped the housekeeper’s phone away from her grasp after she took one of her dogs to the vet, The Sun can confirm.

The alleged incident occurred Monday at Britney’s house just outside of Los Angeles, and Ventura County Sheriff's deputies responded.

However, officials told The Sun that there were "no injuries" and "no arrests" were made.

The staffer reportedly told the cops that she took one of the singer’s dogs to get checked out because she claimed she wasn’t happy with how the pet was being treated.

She alleged upon her return, she and Britney got into a disagreement about the pup’s health.

The conversation allegedly led Britney to knock the housekeeper’s phone right out of her hands.

The woman filed a report at the Sheriff's station after the alleged incident – which officials said will be handed over to the District Attorney's office "probably on Friday."

Britney and her team reportedly denied the claims made against her and said the housekeeper's "making it all up."


The singer responded to the claims in an Instagram post of Thursday, which included a photo of Hans Zatzka's painting of a women holding a door shut with a man trying to get in. 

Alongside the photo, the Womanizer singer wrote: “She obviously wants privacy,” along with a line of shrugging emoji’s. 

The piece of artwork from the Austrian painter is titled Anticipation – which some fans presumed is also a clue for the drama surrounding her life.


Despite currently being under investigation for the incident, Britney still has reason to celebrate after her major victory in the ongoing conservatorship case.

Earlier this month, docs filed by her father Jamie Spears' lawyer stated he will be stepping down as his daughter's conservator.

However, it will still be a long road as to when Jamie will be removed from the conservatorship.

In his own filings, Jamie said that his "sole motivation has been his unconditional love for his daughter and a fierce desire to protect her from those trying to take advantage of her.”

He added that he also brought Britney's estate out of major debt and into prosperity, adding he ”dutifully and faithfully served as the Conservator of his daughter's Estate without any blemishes on his record.”

Additionally, the patriarch took credit for "reviving" Britney's music career.

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