The star of Toxic He lives one drama after another, but this time he was lucky.
Britney Spears is stronger than yesterday after the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office refused to charge the pop star with any wrongdoing stemming from an August 16 incident involving her and her housekeeper. .
The district attorney Erik Nasarenko announced in a Sept. 1 press release that she would not face charges due to “insufficient evidence that a crime had occurred and the absence of injury to the housekeeper or significant damage to the phone.”
Earlier this month, Ventura County Sheriff’s Office officers responded to Spears’ residence following an alleged assault incident. Upon arrival, a VCSO spokesperson told E! News that the employee had already left Spears’ home to file a report with the Sheriff’s Office.
According to the district attorney’s office, “Spears’s housekeeper later reported that she had an argument with Spears regarding the veterinary care of Spears’ dog. During the discussion, it was alleged that Spears had taken a phone from her hand. to the housekeeper. The housekeeper indicated that the phone’s screen protector was damaged. “
However, the misdemeanor unit supervisor’s case review, Blake Heller, concluded that the housekeeper “had no visible injuries.”
Spears’s lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, said the District Attorney’s Office did “the right thing” by refusing to charge the 39-year-old artist with any crime.
Elsewhere in Spears’ personal life, she is still struggling to permanently remove her estranged father, Jamie Spears, as guardian of her estate.