Britney Spears is refusing to speak to police after her housekeeper claimed the pop star got physical with her.
According to reports, an investigation is underway after the employee accused the 39-year-old of battery following an alleged incident that occurred on Monday.
The Ventura County Sheriff's deputies were reportedly alerted to Britney's home after the housekeeper claimed the singer got heated over a conversation about one of her dog's health.
The staff member claims she took Britney's dog to the vet, and when she returned to the home, they allegedly got into it about the treatment of the pop star's pet.
Britney's housekeeper allegedly told the cops that the Oops!... I Did It Again songbird slapped her phone out of her hands.
While the employee reportedly called police to Britney's home, she allegedly ended up going into the station to file a report.
Sources claim that cops have tried to get ahold of the Grammy singer, but she refuses to talk.
Insiders close to Britney are now claiming the alleged altercation never even took place. They also claim they were told authorities don't believe the case will go anywhere.
An official from the sheriff's department says an investigation is underway and will head to the District Attorney's Office, who will decide if Britney will be hit with a misdemeanor battery charge.
This is the second police incident involving Britney in the past two months.
A spokesperson for the Ventura County Sheriff's Department told RadarOnline.com, Britney arrived at their office but was only there for a "brief period" before begging officers to meet her at her house.
We were told she gave officers information about a "civil issue," but no report was taken.
The following day, Britney took the stand virtually and gave an emotional testimony against her father, Jamie Spears, and her 13-year conservatorship.
Earlier this month, Jamie randomly prepped documents revealing he was ready to step down as her conservator, despite desperately fighting his daughter for months.
Britney's conservatorship war is far from over. She will continue battle in court next month.