Britney Spears responds to alleged assault by Victor Vembanyama’s security guard

Britney Spears is speaking out after she was allegedly assaulted by a security guard for this year’s number one NBA draft pick Victor Wambanyama.

one in statement Posting on Twitter on Thursday, the pop star said she first saw Vembanayama in the lobby of a Las Vegas hotel when she was on her way to dinner. Later that night, he said he had seen her at a restaurant in a different hotel.

Spears said she idolized Vembanyama and wanted to congratulate her on her achievements.

“It was really fast, so I tapped her on the shoulder to get her attention,” wrote the singer. “Then his security handed me over to the crowd without looking back.”

He said that the blow almost knocked him over and broke his spectacles.

Vembanayama, who was drafted last month by the San Antonio Spurs, told reporters As he was walking down the aisle on Thursday, someone who was trying to get his attention “grabbed me from behind.” He said security “pushed him away”, although he said he did not see what happened because he was not told to stop so that a crowd could not form around him.

The 19-year-old said he did not know “how much force” was used and only learned hours later that the man was Spears.

In her response, Spears addressed Wembanyama’s comments and denied that she had “grabbed her from behind.”

He wrote, “I just patted him on the shoulder.”

Spears criticized the behavior of the security guards, saying that she is often surrounded by fans, including that night.

“I was surrounded by a group of at least 20 fans,” he said. “My security team didn’t kill any of them.”

In a statement to CBS News, the Las Vegas Police Department said it responded to a battery incident in the area around 11 p.m. Wednesday, but could not provide further details. The department said no arrests were made and no citations were issued.

Spears said the story was “extremely embarrassing”, but she shared it to “set an example in the public eye and urge all people to be treated with respect”.

He wrote, “There is too much physical violence happening in this world. Often behind closed doors.” “I stand with all the victims and my thoughts are with all of you!!!”

The “Circus” singer said she has not received a public apology from Vembanyama, the security guard or Spurs.

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