LOS ANGELES — Britney Spears simply wished some pasta.
A report from TMZ — full with video — alleged over the weekend that Spears had a meltdown Friday at a Woodland Hills restaurant and that her husband, Sam Asghari, had stormed out and was “visibly upset.”
However, an worker on the restaurant refuted that story and reportedly mentioned one other patron was accountable.
“The disruptor wasn’t Britney — it was the diner who taunted her by taking a video without consent,” the staffer advised Page Six in a narrative revealed Wednesday.
The worker mentioned Spears “was understandably upset” and clarified that Asghari didn’t storm out however had solely left to get their automobile.
The TMZ report included video from a patron that confirmed the pop singer sitting at a desk and speaking as a waiter stood by. Spears finally takes discover of the camera-wielding patron, then raises a menu to defend her face from the recording.
The report cited eyewitnesses who claimed to listen to Spears “yelling and talking gibberish.” They described her as “manic.”
Spears laughed off the report in a video shared on Asghari’s Instagram account Tuesday night.
“The best thing about the TMZ video, to me personally — I’m starving — was the pasta,” Spears says within the Instagram story, referring to the plate of meals seen in the beginning of Friday’s video.
Spears, utilizing a cat filter, jokes about leaping “from one table to the next” to eat the patron’s pasta. GIFs of a cat and a plate of spaghetti and meatballs have been pasted in over the clip.
“Wouldn’t that be hot?” the “Hold Me Closer” singer quips as Asghari, additionally with a cat filter, laughs and provides, “Like a cat.”
“Yeah, I got what I wanted,” Spears says as Asghari meows.
On Saturday, the day after the restaurant incident, Asghari posted a protection towards the meltdown report on his Instagram tales. “Don’t believe what you read online people,” he wrote.
Spears and Asghari tied the knot in a star-studded ceremony final June after courting for years. In 2021, a choose ended her 14-year conservatorship, restoring her rights to signal her personal paperwork and deal with her personal funds.