Pop Princess Britney Spears’ battery case is reportedly being reviewed by the District Attorney after her housekeeper alleged the singer got into a physical altercation with her earlier this month.
According to reports, sources from law enforcements claimed on Friday, the investigation by Ventura County Sheriff’s Department of the alleged battery report has now been forwarded to the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office for further action.
Insiders at the Ventura County Sheriff's department say the D.A. will now review the case, which contains two versions of the story which had created some merit.
As previously reported by Radar, the staff member says Britney "struck her," but the sources close to the singer claimed all she did was swipe a phone out of her employee's hand.
The case has now been forwarded to the D.A.'s Office as the sheriff is trying to determine which side is telling the truth.
The alleged incident occurred after the staff member claimed she got into a heated conversation with Britney about one of her dog’s health.
The pop star’s employee claimed they had taken the dog to the Vet for treatment. Radar confirmed with police that an alleged incident happened around 10:25 AM, with the staff member reporting an argument ensued over the pet's health.
Deputies from Ventura County Sheriff’s Office were then alerted by the housekeeper, who initially called them to the house but ended up filing a report at their station.
Britney reportedly refused to talk to cops, possibly due to her lawyers' advice.
The alleged incident comes just months after Britney went to the Sheriff’s Office herself to inform officers about a "civil issue" ahead of her conservatorship hearing in June.
Police told Radar that no report was filed.
If found guilty in the case involving her employee, the Baby One More Time songbird could be hit with a misdemeanor battery charge.
Britney’s involvement with law enforcements are far from over as she continues to battle in a conservatorship hearing in September after her dad Jamie Spears reportedly stepped down from his role as a conservator earlier this month.