Sam Asghari ‘feels terrible’ after ex-wife Britney Spears’ hotel incident with Paul Soliz: report

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Sam Asghari is reportedly upset for Britney Spears after learning of her confrontation with first responders early Thursday morning in Los Angeles.

A source close to the fitness guru told Us Weekly that Asghari “feels really bad” that his ex-wife “isn’t surrounded by positive people” in his life right now.

“Sam will always have a soft spot for Britney and will always be protective of her,” the source said, adding that the incident that happened at the Chateau Marmont is “heartbreaking” for Asghari to witness as an outsider. “Sam is a help and was there for her in the most difficult times. He hopes she’s okay.

After his recent altercation with first responders, Sam Asghari reportedly “felt bad” that his ex-wife, Britney Spears, “isn’t surrounded by positive people in her life” right now. samasghari/Instagram
“Sam is a help and was there for her in the most difficult times. He hopes she’s okay,” a source told Us Weekly. TheImageDirect.com

The source pointed out that Asghari, 30, also feels like the hotel drama involving Spears, 42, and her new boyfriend Paul Richard Soliz is “really worrying,” adding: “He’s already borrowed this way with Britney and knows how she is doing. .”

Page Six reached out to Asghari’s rep for comment.

Spears made headlines earlier this week after first responders responded to a call about an alleged incident involving Spears and Soliz at a luxury hotel in West Hollywood, California.

Sources close to the pop star told Page Six at the time that the ambulances called were the result of a fight between the on-and-off couple.

First responders responded to a call about an alleged incident involving the pop star and her new boyfriend, Paul Richard Soliz, in Los Angeles early Thursday morning. CONTEXT
Sources previously told Page Six that the situation stemmed from a fight between the couple. Coleman Rayner

While Spears admitted that she injured her ankle, she denied reports that a fight took place with Soliz via a post shared on Instagram.

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“Just so people know…the news is fake!!!,” she wrote in part. “I also twisted my ankle last night and the paramedics showed up at my door illegally. They never came into my room but I felt completely harassed.

Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time the couple has been involved in an altercation. According to a separate report from TMZ, Spears and Soliz allegedly trashed a Las Vegas hotel room during an “intense fight” that allegedly took place four months before their latest debacle.

Asghari filed for divorce in August 2023 amid reports that the singer was cheating on him. @britneyspears/Instagram
The couple finalized their divorce on Wednesday “amicably,” according to sources. Instagram

Page Six reported last August that Spears was spending more time with Soliz — her former housekeeper with a criminal past — after Asghari filed for divorce earlier that month.

The actor said their separation date was July 28 after just 14 months of marriage.

Asghari and Spears finalized their divorce on Wednesday, with a source telling us they settled “amicably.”

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