The head of the local department for administrative Offenses, Blake Heller, who reviewed the complaint, did not find sufficient grounds for filing charges and rejected the plaintiff’s application.
Britney Spears will not face any charges, according to the statement of her housekeeper, who complained to law enforcement agencies about the assault by the singer. This was reported by The Hollywood Reporter magazine, citing a statement from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department (California).
The head of the local department for administrative offenses, Blake Heller, who reviewed the complaint, did not find, as the publication indicated, sufficient grounds for bringing charges and rejected the plaintiff’s application.
As previously reported by the TMZ portal, the conflict occurred on August 16 at the singer’s house in Thousand Oaks (California). Spears allegedly argued with the housekeeper about her dogs, which were sent to the vet and, for some reason, were left there for several days. The singer blamed the housekeeper for the incident and, in the course of the verbal altercation that then arose, either swung at her or hit her hand, in which the woman had a mobile phone at that moment. He fell out and, as the housekeeper wrote in her complaint, was damaged. Thus, the portal pointed out; there were grounds for accusing Spears of beatings and causing damage to someone else’s property.
Both, as follows from the statement of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department, were found to be unprovable, and therefore have no grounds for bringing any charges.