Britney Spears called 911 to report herself a "victim of conservatorship abuse" hours before her powerful testimony.
According to an explosive new report in The New Yorker, the 39-year-old singer made the emergency call on the eve of her hearing.
As the outlet points out, emergency calls made in California are public, but "the county, citing an ongoing investigation, sealed the records of Spears' call."
The New Yorker claims members on the Grammy winner's team "began texting one another frantically," adding they were "worried" about what she might say to the judge the following day.
As Radar exclusive reported, Spears begged officers at the Ventura County Sheriff's Department to come to her home over a "civil issue" on June 22.
A spokesperson for the sheriff's department told Radar, Spears arrived at their office the day before her hearing, but she was only there for a "brief period" before asking officers to meet her at her house.
Deputies agreed and went to the Toxic singer's nearby property. We're told Spears gave officers information about a "civil issue," but no report was taken.
Spears was spotted looking distraught coming out of the police station that day.
She was photographed biting her lip while making her exit with her bodyguard to her parked car.
Sources close to the singer told us, there was a mystery surrounding Spears' visit to the station. Insiders insisted that even her closest allies were unaware of the bizarre reasoning behind it.
The New Yorker's bombshell report comes just two weeks after Spears took the stand and spoke her truth, letting the public hear her feeling surrounding her 13-year conservatorship for the first time.
Spears made it clear that she wants out of her conservatorship.
The singer slammed her father, Jamie Spears, alleging several shocking claims, including that he refuses to let her remove the IUD from her body.
Spears said she wants to get married and have a baby, but insisted her dad is preventing her from doing so.
She also told the judge that Jamie "should be locked up" along with those who allowed her to endure the punishment of her conservatorship for more than a decade.
The singer recently took a loss when the judge appointed Bessemer Trust as co-conservator of her estate.
The financial institution decided they didn't want to serve as co-conservator alongside Jamie and bailed, leaving her dad as sole conservator of Spears' estate -- at least for now.