Britney Spears says she “might have to get surgery” after injuring her ankle

Britney Spears has revealed that she “might have to get surgery” after she recently injured her ankle.

The singer said she suffered a “twisted ankle” after she tried “do a leap in the living room” at the Los Angeles hotel, Chateau Marmont last week.

At the time, the Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed that paramedics were dispatched to the hotel, after a call was received at 12:42am on May 2, claiming that a woman had been injured.

Other reports claimed that onlookers saw some sort of disturbance, and Paparazzi photos captured Spears – draped in a blanket and holding a pillow – alongside rumoured boyfriend Paul Richard Soliz outside of the location.


Numerous outlets also speculated that the issue may have been a physical altercation that the pop icon got into with her rumoured boyfriend but the singer branded those reports in an Instagram post as “fake”.

Now in a new post she gave an update on her injury. She wrote: “I honestly wish my life was as wild as it has been portrayed !!! Either way, some shit actually has happened to my foot and I might have to get surgery … fingers crossed, hopefully not.”


Touching on her appearance in Paparazzi photos that night, Spears added: “I feel that I was harassed and gaslit and tricked to go on the street when my car was supposed to be there !!! I was in my pajamas and yes, I had been crying because I hurt my foot !!! No breakdown !!! I’m a grown ass woman who is actually very naive in most situations !!! I am simply embarrassed they got me in my damn pajamas !!! I don’t feel loved … I feel mistreated !!!”

The incident at Chateau Marmont took place just hours after it was reported by Rolling Stone that Spears had reached a divorce settlement with her ex-husband, Sam Asghari, whom she dated for seven years and married in June 2022.

It also occurred shortly after Spears claimed that there is “no justice” after being left to foot the bill of $2million in legal fees following her conservatorship battle.