Britney Spears' complicated life just got a little easier as the child abuse investigation against her was dropped by the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services, RadarOnline.com learned exclusively.
The investigation was sparked by allegations made by former bodyguard Fernando Flores who had accused her of beating her two sons, Sean Preston, 4, and Jayden James, 3.
The department said there was "absolutely no truth to the accusations," a Spears' family insider told RadarOnline.com.
"Sean and Jayden's pediatricians submitted documentation that the boys were healthy, and that they have never seen any signs of abuse. The case was officially closed after the department received that information from the boys' doctor," revealed the source.
Social workers initially visited the singer's home after Flores made shocking allegations that she beaten the boys with a belt that he had been wearing.
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The claim was, "absolutely outlandish and absurd. Britney would never lay a hand on either one of her sons, she loves them so much," said the insider.
"Flores is an opportunist seeking his 15 minutes of fame," revealed another source close to the family.
Britney and her ex-husband Kevin Federline have reached, "common ground with the boys, and they truly parent them together," an eyewitness tells us.