BRITNEY Spears has received a warning from animal control after her dog escaped and bit an elderly man.
The singer’s Doberman, Porsha, escaped from her Los Angeles mansion on Thursday.
Britney’s team received a warning from animal control to ensure the dog remains on the property and is not released again, according to TMZ.
Sources told the outlet that Porsha escaped from the hitmaker’s Thousand Oaks compound and began wandering the neighborhood.
Porsha then ran into a 70-year-old man riding a bicycle and bit him in the leg.
A member of Britney’s security team came to bring the dog home, while the man was allegedly bitten by a local emergency care service.
However, a source close to Britney’s team claimed the bite was more like a “pinch”.
Britney, 41, received Porsha in October 2021 from husband Sam Ashgari.
At the time, the star posted a video showing off her new pet as Sam introduced her.
“Her name is Porsha, and she will love you unconditionally.
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“He’s going to be trained to protect you from any mothers who come around with bad intentions,” he said.
Porsha is one of two dogs living with Britney, Sam and their team.
In February 2022, they welcomed a new Australian Shepherd pup named Sawyer.
“I think he understands me, especially with those eyes,” she told fans at the time, saying he “melts my heart.”
Britney has had a dramatic year since being released from her father’s guardianship in November 2021.
Fully nude images have become commonplace on her Instagram page, which has nearly 42 million followers.
In May, the singer revealed she suffered a “devastating” miscarriage after announcing her pregnancy just weeks before.
Things looked to be looking up for the 2000s icon in June as she married Sam in a surprise wedding attended by Madonna, Drew Barrymore and Paris Hilton.
But hours before she walked down the aisle, her ex-husband Jason Alexander bizarrely barged into her home.
And in January, cops attended Britney’s home for a welfare check after concerned fans called 911 on the star following her erratic social media posts.
However, she dismissed the concerns as “prank calls” and claimed she was “bullied and bullied again”.