Britney Spears She asked her fans to respect her privacy after what she said were “phone calls” that prompted a wellness check from police earlier this week.
Singer posted a note on Twitter He addressed the police visit on Thursday, saying, “I love and adore my fans, but this time things got a little too much and my privacy was invaded.”
Spears noted that her home “never entered” and that upon their arrival, “they quickly realized there was no problem and immediately left.”
The singer lamented that the incident left her feeling “Caslitated and bullied” and “again being portrayed in a bad light by the media.”
“At this time in my life, I hope that the public I care about most and my fans can respect my privacy going forward,” she wrote.
In a statement emailed to CNN on Wednesday, Sgt. Jason Carroll of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that after Spears deleted her Instagram account, “the department received some calls from concerned fans.”
He said the medical check was completed “in a very cautious manner” and “she is safe and not in danger”.
In the past two years, Spears has been in the spotlight due to legal battles Her protector – It was founded in 2008 and is mostly controlled by her father, Jamie Spears Until its dissolution in 2021 – and so on #freebritney Movement.
Spears used her Instagram platform as her primary way to communicate with her fans Taking a break from social media In the past.