Britney Spears will not face battery charge over claim of housekeeper; DA says no signs of injury | MCUTimes

Britney Spears will not face battery charge over claim of housekeeper; DA says no signs of injury

Britney Spears will not be charged with a criminal charge of a battery charge by her housekeeper after the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office found that there was insufficient evidence due to “lack of damage to the housekeeper or significant damage to the phone.”

Dist. Atty. Erik Nasarenko released Wednesday after what he describes as a thorough review of the August 16 incident by the supervisor of the crime unit.

The district attorney’s office said the incident stemmed from an argument between Spears and the housekeeper over caring for Spears’ dog. The housekeeper contacted deputies and filed a report accusing the pop star of knocking the phone out of her hand.

The claim came with Spears in the middle of an epic battle for her conservatory.

“In honor, the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office has now formally dismissed the charge of misconduct against Britney Spears, which the sheriff’s department itself has acknowledged was a ‘much smaller’ or ‘extremely minor’ incident, even as alleged, and there was also no striking and obvious no injuries, ”said Mathew Rosengart, the singer’s lawyer, in a statement.

The housekeeper could not be reached for comment.

Rosengart called the clap “nothing more than sensational tabloid food — an exaggeration,” he said, “regarding a cell phone. If this involved Jane Doe rather than Britney Spears, it would not have been pursued or covered at all.”

He added: “Everyone can make an accusation, but it should never have been so far, and we are glad that the DA’s office has done the right thing. Unfortunately, it is clear that some have not learned anything from the past, and we sincerely hope that the media and others will respect Mrs Spears more in the future. ”

Earlier last month, Spears had called 911 on August 10 to report “some sort of theft” involving her dog but changed her mind when police arrived at her house.

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