Britney Spears replies to security officer Victor Wembanyama’s alleged attack

By komal
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Britney Spears is opening up about an incident in which she claims that she was assaulted by a security officer working for Victor Wembanyama, the first overall choice in this year’s NBA draft.

The pop artist said in a statement that she first saw Wembanyama in the lobby of her hotel in Las Vegas as she was on her way to dinner on Thursday. The statement was shared on Twitter. She reported that she had seen him later that evening at a restaurant located at a different hotel.

Spears stated that she was familiar with Wembanyama and wished to extend her congratulations on his many achievements.

According to what the singer has written, “it was really loud, so I tapped him on the shoulder to get his attention.” After then, his bodyguards turned their backs on me and punched me in the face without looking back. This took place in front of a crowd.

She reported that the punch nearly knocked her over and caused her spectacles to fly off her face.

Wembanyama, who was just picked by the San Antonio Spurs, told reporters on Thursday that when he was walking down a corridor, someone who had been attempting to gain his attention “grabbed me from behind.” Wembanyama was recently selected by the Spurs. He said that security “pushed her away,” but he also mentioned that he didn’t witness what happened since he had been instructed not to stop so that a mob wouldn’t build around him.

The 19-year-old man claimed that he was unaware of “how much force” was used and that he didn’t learn that Spears was involved until many hours later.

In her answer, Spears addressed the accusations made by Wembanyama and refuted the notion that she “grabbed him from behind.”

“I simply tapped him on the shoulder,” she claimed in the letter.

Spears was visibly upset by the actions of the security personnel and pointed out that she is always surrounded by admirers, especially on that very same night.

She remarked, “I was immediately surrounded by a group of at least 20 fans.” “No one on my security team was able to physically harm any of them.”

The Las Vegas Police Department acknowledged in a statement to CBS News that it responded to a battery incident in the area about 11 p.m. on Wednesday night, but they were unable to give any other details about the event. The department said that there were no arrests made and that no tickets were given out.

Spears stated that the tale was “super embarrassing,” but that she published it in order to “urge people in the public eye to set an example and treat all people with respect.”

“In this world, there is much too much incidence of violent physical behavior. Frequently in private,” she explained in her writing. “I am here to stand with all of the victims, and my heart goes out to each and every one of you!!!”

The singer known as “Circus” stated that neither Wembanyama nor the security guy nor the Spurs had publicly apologized to her for the incident.


Q1. Why is Victor Wembanyama not playing in Summer League?

“I’ve decided to dedicate this summer to preparing my body for the many events awaiting it in the coming years,” Wembanyama stated. Skipping the World Cup. It was complicated and needed several opinions.

Q2. What is Britney Spears’s net worth right now?

According to Forbes, it is believed that Spears has a net worth of around $60 million.

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