Britney Spears' employee told police the singer allegedly "struck her" during their heated confrontation.
The Ventura Country Sheriff's Department tells Radar, one of Spears' staff members came into their office to report an alleged altercation that she said occurred between herself and the pop icon.
We've learned that in the report, the employee claimed Spears "struck her."
We're also told the alleged incident happened at 10:25 AM on Monday, and the case is now being handed off to the District Attorney's Office, who will decide if Spears will be hit with a misdemeanor battery charge.
The Sheriff's Department tells us, no arrest was made and no citation has been given to Spears.
According to reports, the singer is allegedly refusing to speak to cops — which would be smart considering she's hired herself a high-profile attorney to fight her conservatorship battle.
This is the second police incident involving Spears in the past two months, but she was the one who went to the cops last time.
As Radar exclusively reported, deputies arrived at the star's home just hours before her conservatorship hearing in June over a "civil issue."
A spokesperson for the Ventura County Sheriff's Department told Radar, Spears arrived at their office but was only there for a "brief period" before begging officers to meet her at her house.
One day later, Spears tugged at everyone's heartstrings when she got emotional during her testimony in her conservatorship trial.
Telling the judge horrific stories about how she's allegedly been treated for the past 13-years, the singer angrily pointed the blame at her father, Jamie Spears.
The most shocking allegation Spears made was that she wanted to have more children, but her dad refused to let her remove her IUD, which prevents her from getting pregnant.
In a strange twist of events, Jamie prepped paperwork that stated he was ready to step down as the conservator of her estate after months of fiercely fighting her.
The singer's conservatorship war is far from over. She will continue the battle in court next month.