Britney Spears She says her “privacy was invaded” after the police were called to her home over fake phone calls.
in tweet On Thursday, the “Toxic” singer posted a message to her followers and asked her fans to “respect my privacy.”
“As everyone knows, the police were called to my house based on some fake phone calls,” Spears said. “The police never entered my house and when they got to my gate they quickly realized there was no problem and left immediately.”
She continued, “I felt like I was being bullied and lit up when the incident hit the news and again being portrayed in a bad and unfair light by the media.” “During this time in my life, I really hope that the public and my fans that I care about the most will respect my privacy moving forward. All love, B.”
The calls came from concerned fans after she deleted her Instagram account.
The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office told ABC News that they responded to the calls out of an abundance of caution.
Spears has been in the spotlight recently amidst a growing trend on TikTok, #WhereIsBritney, as fans expressed concern for the star.
While the singer shared her love for her fans, Spears said this time, things got out of control.
“I love and adore my fans, but this time things went too far and my privacy was invaded,” she said.
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