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By Travis Schlepp
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VENTURA COUNTY, Calif. (KEYT) – Popstar Britney Spears will not face charges for allegedly hitting one of her employees.
Ventura County District Attorney Erik Nasarenko announced on Wednesday that Spears would not be charged with any felony related to an alleged incident involving his housekeeper. Spears was accused by her drum housekeeper last month at the singer’s home in Ventura County.
The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office referred the case to the District Attorney’s Office after MPs responded to Spears’ home after the housekeeper said Spears slapped a phone with her hands.
The housekeeper, who has not been named, told investigators the row had started over the veterinary care of the singer’s dog. The housekeeper said the phone’s screen protector was damaged but the housekeeper had no visible injuries, the prosecutor’s office said.
Related: Britney Spears The District Attorney’s Office’s Crimes Unit reviewed the case and declined to lay charges on the basis of “and refused to lay charges based on insufficient evidence that a crime was was produced and there was no injury to the cleaning lady or significant damage to the phone. “
Spears is currently embroiled in a long-standing legal battle over a court-ordered guardianship that has overwhelming control over her career and personal life. Spears’ attorney asked his father to step down as curator without receiving payment.
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