American Pop star Britney Spears has slammed the radio station that said she ‘deserved to be smacked’ by NBA star Victor Wembanyama’s security guard in Las Vegas. The pop star filed a police report for battery after she was allegedly slapped by the NBA player’s bodyguard when she tried to greet him at a restaurant.

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Spears took to Instagram on Tuesday, July 12 to share her side of the story and express her shock and trauma. Spears claimed that the radio station dismissed the assault as security ‘doing their job and protecting their client’, which prompted her to share her own experience with fame. 

She said in the video, “I’ve been with the most famous people in the world. *NSYNC at one time, girls would, like, literally throw themselves at them.”  The 41-year-old continued, “On my way into the place, I was knocked down by, like, three 12-year-olds trying to get my picture. My security, not one time, touched them or even came near them.”

The ‘Princess of Pop’ added that she did not appreciate people saying she deserved to be hit and that she felt helpless in the situation and that she has yet to receive a public apology from Wembanyama or his security guard.

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The incident between Spears and Wembanyama’s security guard was caught on camera and leaked online, contradicting Wembanyama’s initial claim that Spears had grabbed him. The footage showed Spears tapping Wembanyama on the shoulder and then being pushed away by his bodyguard.

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The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department investigated the incident but decided not to file criminal charges against the security guard, citing a lack of probable cause. Spears said she hoped that justice would be served and that people would be more respectful of each other.