Britney Spears 'will not be charged' in relation to assault claims made by housekeeper after argument over dog’s health

NO charges will be filed against Britney Spears in relation to the housekeeper who accused her of assault.

Ventura County District Attorney Erik Nasarenko announced Wednesday that the singer won't be charged with any crimes after her housekeeper accused her of slapping her phone out of her hand during a disagreement.

Britney was alleged to have gotten into an argument with her housekeeper after she took Britney's dogs to the vet without telling her.

A news release from the DA stated: "Misdemeanor Unit Supervisor Blake Heller thoroughly reviewed the case submitted by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, and declined to file charges based upon insufficient evidence that a crime had occurred and the lack of injury to the housekeeper or significant damage to the phone."

The document also stated that "the housekeeper indicated that the screen protector to the phone was damaged. The housekeeper had no visible injuries."

Last month, the singer's former employee reportedly told the cops that she took one of Britney's dogs to get checked out because she claimed she wasn’t happy with how the pets were being treated.

She claimed upon her return, she and Britney got into a disagreement about the pup’s health, allegedly leading to the entertainer knocking the housekeeper’s phone right out of her hands.

The pop icon  and her team denied the claims made against her and accused the housekeeper was supposedly making it all up.

Officials told The Sun that there were "no injuries" and "no arrests" were made.

Recently, Britney's assault case had been "handed over to prosecutors."

Captain Eric Buschow, of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, confirmed the case had been handed over to prosecutors.

The Ventura County District Attorney’s office would decide if the Toxic singer would be charged with an offense.

Recently, Britney reunited with her dogs and the songstress was "thrilled" that her pups returned home.

 According to People, the Stronger hitmaker had gotten the dogs back "before the weekend."


One of the sources revealed: "Her dogs are a sensitive breed that often has health issues. She has gotten clear instructions about how to care for the dogs now."

The insider confirmed that the "housekeeper no longer works for her."

Another source told the outlet: "The dogs are back and they have more help now."

The case came about when Britney had scored a major victory in the ongoing conservatorship case against her father, Jamie.

Jamie agreed to step down as conservator of her estate earlier this month after controlling her life for over 13 years.

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