Britney Spears Speaks Out After Ambulance Called to Her Hotel

Britney Spears injured her ankle.

  • Paramedics were called early Friday morning to a hotel where Britney Spears was staying.
  • The Los Angeles Fire Department received a call about an injured adult female, according to a spokesperson.
  • Spears addressed the incident on Instagram, explaining that she twisted her ankle while jumping.

Britney Spears took to social media to raise concerns about her well-being after an ambulance was called to the West Hollywood hotel where she was staying.

Multiple sources reported that early Friday, Spears was seen barefoot outside the Chateau Marmont after an ambulance was called to the hotel in response to an injury.

Paparazzi photos published by TMZ show Spears, 42, dressed simply in shorts, with a blanket wrapped around her, holding a pillow in her arms.

Spears’ former housekeeper and alleged boyfriend, Paul Richard Soliz, 37, was photographed standing next to her, fully dressed, wearing a flannel shirt, black jeans, cap and sneakers.

Entertainment Tonight reported that first responders went to the hotel on the Sunset Strip after the Los Angeles Fire Department received a 911 call around 12:42 a.m. requesting help for an injured adult female.

According to an LAFD spokesperson, the paramedic team left Chateau Marmont a little more than 30 minutes later at 1:17 a.m. with an empty ambulance because no one needed to be transported to a hospital.

The spokesperson added that there was no response from law enforcement to the call.

The incident happened the same week she reached a divorce deal with her ex-husband, Sam Asghari, days after reaching a separate deal with her estranged father.

Spears’ appearance will no doubt remind many of her run-ins with the paparazzi in the 2000s, including the night she shaved her head in 2007. A number of public outbursts ultimately led to her being locked up in guardianship for almost 14 years. under his father, Jamie Spears.

The #FreeBritney movement, which began gaining traction in early 2021 thanks to the Hulu documentary “Framing Britney Spears,” caused many people to reevaluate how the pop star was treated by the press and her family. This helped trigger the end of his conservatorship in November 2021.

Early Friday morning, the singer tried to allay her concerns by writing in a social media post that she felt “harassed” by the presence of paramedics.

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“Just so people know…the news is fake!!!” she wrote in a post on Instagram. “I wish there was respect right now so people understand that I am getting stronger every day!!!”

Addressing the incident, she continued: “I also twisted my ankle last night and the paramedics showed up at my door illegally.

“They never came to my room but I felt completely harassed. I’m moving to Boston!!! Peace,” she added.

ET reported that in a different version of her post, which has since been deleted, Spears appeared to deny that the woman in the photos outside the Chateau Marmont was her, writing: “Most of the photos are body doubles and I think most of them know that.”

Hours later, Spears shared a video showing her 42.3 million followers her swollen and bruised ankle, explaining behind the camera that she had tried “to do a jump in the living room of the Castle, and I fell and I embarrassed myself, and that’s it.”

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In the post’s caption, Spears appeared to accuse her mother, Lynne Spears, of insulting the paparazzi.

“I know my mom was involved!!! I haven’t spoken to her in 6 months and she called right after it happened, before the news was out!!! I was framed like she was I did that a long time ago!!! I wish I had grandparents!!! I honestly can’t stand her!!! she wrote.

This isn’t the first time Spears has injured her ankle. In 2020, the pop star posted a video to Instagram of the moment she broke the metatarsal bone in her foot while dancing in her home studio. She wore a cast until it healed.

Representatives for Spears and her mother did not respond to a request for comment from Business Insider. The LAFD public information officer, who handles non-emergency matters and events, could not be contacted.

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