Britney Spears says that the security attack is more proof that people don’t see her as an “equal person.”

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Britney Spears continues to talk about the fight she had with Victor Wembanyama’s security guard.

The pop star wrote a long message about the incident after the cops said they would not charge the security guard, who Spears said hit her in the face when she tried to get Wembanyama’s attention in a Las Vegas hotel lobby on July 5.

“I’ve worked in this field for years and have met some of the most famous people in the world,” she wrote in an Instagram post on July 7. “I’ve never seen a security guard hit another person in my entire life!!!”

The 41-year-old added, “I’m not telling you this because I want to be a victim… I JUST GET IT… My reply was worth a lot… BAD ??? YES.”

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Spears, who was in a 13-year conservatorship that ended in 2021, talked about how she had “felt useless in most situations” throughout her life. She said, “My experience in Vegas and my reaction was a cry out on all levels…I will say it!!!”
“No, I don’t feel like I’m treated equally in this country,” the singer said, adding that she doesn’t have a problem with Wembanyama. “I’m still a big fan of the NBA player no matter what… not his fault that his security guard hit me… s–t happens!!!”

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department told E! News before that officers went to the 3700 block of Las Vegas Boulevard to look into a beating case, but no one was arrested, and no tickets were given.

Later, Spears wrote on Instagram about her story of what happened, saying that she saw Wembanyama on her way to dinner and wanted to “congratulate him on his success.”

“His security then backhanded me in the face without looking back, in front of a crowd,” she said in a July 6 post. “Nearly knocking me down and causing my glasses to fall off my face.”

Spears called the incident “super embarrassing to share with the world,” but she decided to talk about it to “urge people in the public eye to set an example and treat everyone with respect.”

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Wembanyama, for his part, said that he did not see Spears or the fight.

“I didn’t see what happened because I was walking straight,” the San Antonio Spurs player told reporters on July 6, as reported by KENS 5 News. “That person reached behind me and grabbed me. She grabbed me from behind, not on my shoulder.”

The 19-year-old remembers thinking at the time that the run-in was “no big deal.”

“Yeah, it turns out it was Britney Spears,” he said. “I had never seen her face, so I didn’t know.”

E! News has tried to get a word from Wembanyama’s rep, but hasn’t heard back yet.

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