Police were called to Britney Spears' home 21 times over the last four years, records show.
Authorities have conducted four wellness checks at the singer's residence since November 2021.
At least one check was prompted by Spears' fans who called police after she deactivated her Instagram.
Local police have visited Britney Spears' California home multiple times in recent years, conducting at least four wellness checks over the course of the 41-year-old pop star's engagement and marriage to now-estranged-husband Sam Asghari, 29.
Authorities were called to the pop star's Thousand Oaks home 21 times between January 1, 2019, and August 20, 2023, according to Ventura County Sheriff's Department records obtained by Insider. Among the most common reasons for calls were concerns of suspicious people or vehicles at Spears' property and suspected trespassing incidents, the records show.
Four of those calls were wellness checks, according to the log. A wellness check is triggered after a concerned party asks law enforcement to check up on an individual and make sure they're okay. The call log does not include specifics or clarify the intended subjects of the wellness checks.
At least one of the welfare checks was prompted by Spears' own fans after the singer briefly left Instagram in January 2023, she said.
The records offer insight into Spears' daily life and likely stressors as the pop star has sought to rebuild her life and public persona since being freed from her 13-year conservatorship in November 2021.
The first wellness check at Spears' home happened on November 25, 2021, a little more than two months after the singer announced her engagement to Asghari on Instagram and two weeks after a Los Angeles judge officially ended the singer's conservatorship.
The next welfare call came in on January 23, 2022, according to the documents.
Six months later, Spears wed Asghari in a June 9, 2022 ceremony at their home in Thousand Oaks. Police were called to the residence that same day when Jason Alexander, the singer's former husband of 55 hours, livestreamed himself trying to crash the wedding. He was later charged with felony stalking in connection to the incident.
Police returned to Spears' residence for another wellness check about six months later on December 2, 2022, and then for a fourth time on January 24, 2023.
Spears addressed the January wellness check in a series of tweets, saying she was "shocked as hell" that fans got worried and "sent cops" to her house after she deactivated her Instagram account.
"It really was uncalled for," she wrote. "I adore my fans but for those who did that aren't real fans and I honestly felt like it was a way to make me look bad !!!"
Spears and Asghari were married 14 months before he "shocked" the singer by filing for divorce in August 2023, citing irreconcilable differences. Spears spoke out about the divorce on Instagram soon after the announcement in the caption of a video of her dancing.
"6 years is a long time to be with someone so, I'm a little shocked but … I'm not here to explain why because its honestly nobody's business," Spears wrote. "But, I couldn't take the pain anymore honestly."
The Ventura County Sheriff's Department call log cites 5 suspicious vehicle, person, or circumstance incidents at Spears' home since January 2019, as well as three trespassing incidents, and various other requests and follow-ups.
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