Britney Spears was allegedly punched in the face by a security guard. Spears, 41, has had a highly successful career with hit singles such as “…Baby One More Time,” “Opus!…I Did It Again,” and “Toxic.” , is a well-known pop icon.
The singer of her “Gimme More” is no stranger to public controversy, recently embroiled in a row with her own father at her conservatory. Now Spears was reportedly attacked by a security guard at a restaurant.
According to TMZ, Spears was allegedly attacked in Las Vegas on July 5 after a security guard “backhanded” NBA star Victor Wenbanyama.
The incident is said to have happened at the restaurant Catch in the ARIA Hotel.
A member of Wenbanyama’s security team reportedly hit Spears in the face with a backhand when he approached the basketball player and demanded a photo.
Ms. Spears reportedly fell to the ground and lost her glasses, but she later claimed that she calmly accepted an apology from security, who said she didn’t recognize her.
The security team of the ‘more powerful’ artist filed a police report for assaulting a security guard.
“Traumatic experiences are nothing new to me, and I’ve had quite a few,” Spears wrote on her Instagram story. I was unprepared for what happened last night. “On my way to dinner, I noticed an athlete in the hotel lobby,” he said.
“Then I went to another hotel restaurant and saw him again. “It was really loud and I tapped him on the shoulder to get his attention.
Spears denies claims Wenbanyama grabbed him from behind, claiming security gave him a backhand to his face without looking back.
The “Circus” singer later admitted that there were situations in which fans flocked to her, but she said that was no excuse for physical violence.
She expresses her solidarity with all of her victims, as she believes physical violence frequently occurs behind closed doors, and expresses her heartfelt condolences to each and every one of her victims. has expressed its support for
Husband Sam Asghari also fiercely defended his wife. He said, “I am against violence in any form, especially violence without justification to protect yourself or others who are unable to protect themselves.”
“Sometimes self-defense is unavoidable, but there is no question of protecting women, especially wives. I hope to change the disrespect for women. Thank you for your support.”