Britney Spears 'accused of attacking housekeeper after argument over dog's treatment' but singer denies claims

BRITNEY Spears’ housekeeper has accused the singer of assault during a disagreement over her dogs.

The 39-year-old pop star is currently being investigated over the alleged battery.

Britney allegedly slapped the housekeeper’s phone away from her grasp after she took one of her dogs to the vet, according to TMZ.

The alleged incident occurred Monday at Britney’s house, and Ventura County Sheriff's deputies responded.

\Brit’s employee reportedly told the cops that she took one of the singer’s dogs to get checked out because she claimed she wasn’t happy with how the pet was being treated.

She claimed upon her return, she and Britney got into a disagreement about the pup’s health, allegedly leading to the 39-year-old knocking the housekeeper’s phone right out of her hands.

The housekeeper filed a report at the Sheriff's station after the alleged incident.

Britney and her team denied the claims made against her and said the housekeeper's making it all up.

A source told TMZ that cops allegedly assured Britney’s team that the housekeeper’s case would “go nowhere.”

Meanwhile an official at the Sheriff's Dept. said the investigation is ongoing and its outcome would determine whether or not a misdemeanor battery charge against Britney would be filed.

This investigation follows just after Britney scored a major victory in the ongoing conservatorship case.

Dad Jamie agreed to step down as conservator of her estate earlier this month.

The move comes after years of the singer begging for the patriarch to be stripped from the conservatorship that’s controlled her life for over 13 years. 

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