Britney Spears Allegedly Assaulted by NBA Star Victor Wembanyama’s Security Team in Las Vegas

Britney Spears Allegedly Assaulted by NBA Star Victor Wembanyama's Security Team in Las Vegas
Britney Spears and Victor Wembanyama

In a shocking incident, pop star Britney Spears was allegedly assaulted by a member of NBA star Victor Wembanyama’s security team at the Catch restaurant in Las Vegas. According to TMZ, the incident happened around 8:30 PM when Britney, accompanied by her husband Sam Asghari and two others, were at the restaurant for dinner.

As the pop icon moved through the casino, fans reportedly surrounded her. Upon spotting Wembanyama, whom she admired, Spears approached him for a photo. However, the situation escalated unexpectedly when the Director of Team Security for the San Antonio Spurs, Wembanyama’s team, allegedly backhanded Britney, causing her to fall and dislodging her glasses.

Britney managed to collect herself and continue with her dinner. It is reported that the security official later approached her table to apologize for the incident, stating the difficulties in managing a crowd of fans. Spears accepted the apology but decided to file a police report for battery against him with the Metropolitan Police Department.

The incident has sparked debate about the need for appropriate security measures and boundaries during encounters with high-profile individuals. As investigations are underway, the focus is on ensuring everyone’s safety and well-being.

Britney Spears is renowned for her highly successful Las Vegas residency “Britney: Piece of Me,” which ran from December 27, 2013, to December 31, 2017, at The AXIS theater in the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. The show, featuring Spears’ greatest hits and electrifying performances, is considered one of the most influential residencies in Las Vegas history.

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