Because of that, her fans were concerned and thought that the deleted account meant that the singer was in trouble so they contacted the Ventura Co. Sheriff’s Office. The authorities then went to the singer’s home and determined there was no reason to believe that she was in danger.
Britney Spears fans panic
It was not confirmed if the cops spoke to the singer directly or if someone else assured them that she was okay. This incident comes less than two weeks from when Spears was spotted at a local restaurant where sources told TMZ that she became “manic”, frustrating her husband, Sam Asghari to the point of getting up and leaving.
Insiders who were present during the meltdown at Joey in Woodland Hills, California told TMZ that Spears, 41 was ‘manic’ and began speaking gibberish.
She was being recorded by patrons at the establishment which was what triggered the singer. In a clip obtained by TMZ, Spears is seen holding up a menu to shield her face from the camera.
Insiders said that Asghari, 28 was “visibly upset” and “stormed out” of the place without his wife. Two minutes later, his wife walked out of the restaurant while her bodyguard paid for the bill.
In other news, Spears recently changed her name on her Instagram account to River Red. She posted a video dancing and announcing, “I changed my name to River Red” … and including, “don’t underestimate the power of purity.”
Spears plan to sell her Calabasas home
The media outlet also broke the story that Spears recently started showing her Calabasas home off-market to potential buyers. She only bought the home last year buying it for $11.8 million and now selling it for $12 million.