Maintain up! Ventura County Hearth Division tells Us Weekly it by no means received a name to place out a hearth at Britney Spears’ L.A. mansion, one month after the singer revealed she by chance burned down her house fitness center in late 2019.
The Grammy winner, 38, defined in an Instagram video on April 29, that she lastly was again in her house fitness center, six months after “I burnt my fitness center down.”
“Um, I had two candles, and, yeah, one factor led to a different, and I burnt it down,” she defined.
A rep for the Ventura County Hearth Division within the Los Angeles space, nonetheless, informed Us on Wednesday, Could 27, that there are “no information discovered” for calls to Spears’ home in regard to any fireplace from January 2019 until the top of April this 12 months.
On the time, the Crossroads actress stated that the fireplace left her with solely two items of exercise tools whereas the house was being mounted.
“It was an accident …. however sure …. I burnt it down 🙈. I walked previous the door to the fitness center and flames 🔥🔥🔥🔥 BOOM !!!!!!” she wrote through Instagram concerning the expertise. “By the Grace of God the alarm 🚨 went off after that and yippy hoorah no one received harm 🙏🏼.”
Spears added: “However it might be a lot worse so I’m grateful. Pssss I like understanding higher outdoors anyhow 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸 !!!!”
Every week later, Spears’ sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, joked that in her home there’s a “no candle” rule because of the popstar’s historical past with unintentional fires.
“It occurred so way back, I feel it could be mounted now,” the Zoey 101 alum, 29, informed Leisure Tonighton Could 6. “We don’t mild candles in our home, as a result of I’m not good with candles. So actually, we simply determined like, no candles. So I feel that we are able to stop any future fires.”
The “Poisonous” singer’s fitness center blaze isn’t the primary time candles have been an issue for her. Britney by chance sparked a hearth in March 2002, whereas staying in a New York Metropolis residence constructing.
“Brit had left a candle burning in entrance of an air vent,” her mom, Lynne Spears, wrote on Britney’s web site on the time. “The wall caught on fireplace, and the fireplace division needed to come to place it out.”
Lynne, 65, added that her daughter “has actually realized a lesson this time” and the “actual mess” of a fireplace reminded everybody concerned that it’s important to be “actually cautious” with candles.
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