Police officers have confirmed that Britney Spears is safe after performing a “wellness check”.
The pop star caused a stir with fans on Wednesday after deactivating her Instagram account without warning.
Later, a spokesperson for California’s Ventura County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that Britney was fine after an officer reached out to check on her well-being.
“I can confirm that we have received calls to our emergency room, and essentially I can confirm that we do not believe Britney Spears is in any form of harm or danger,” they told Page Six. “I cannot confirm or deny that deputies went to her home, but we do not believe Britney Spears is in any danger at this time.”
The official made no further statements due to privacy laws.
Representatives of the 41-year-old have not yet commented on her decision to remove Instagram again.
Earlier this month, Britney’s husband, Sam Asghari, spoke out in light of a report claiming the Toxic hitmaker had a “meltdown” at a restaurant.
In a statement to TMZ, the actor insisted that he and his wife simply became “frustrated” and “disrespected” when fellow diners began taking photos.
Britney and Sam, 28, will marry in June 2022, seven months after her controversial 13-year-old conservatory ended.