A doctor?s visit by Britney Spears sparked a media frenzy this evening when it was reported the singer was headed for the emergency room.
But instead, Britney was merely on her way to see dentist-to-the-stars, Dr. Billy Dorfman!
Gossip blog sites reported earlier this evening that a bodyguard had taken Spears to an ER at Century City Doctor’s Hospital. But the building is confusing and she took a wrong entrance and landed in the ER.
A source close to the singer told Access Hollywood the Internet reports were completely false. The pop star, who recently left rehab, received routine dental treatment — there was no emergency at all. This was the first time Britney had used Dr. Dorfman.Access’ source also noted Spears’ family was “freaked out” by the original Internet reports.
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“This is getting so ridiculous,” her manager, Larry Rudolph, told Access Hollywood.“Every time she sneezes it’s front page news. Everyone needs to just leave her alone right now and give her some space.”
It was reported that cops were forced to swarm the area for crowd control due to a host of paparazzi visiting the hospital, but Access Hollywood found none at the scene.
Spears has had a fairly normal weekend since leaving rehab, working, eating and attending to personal business.
On Friday she was spotted at Millennium Dance Complex, before traveling to a sushi restaurant for dinner. She followed that up Saturday with a trip to have her nails done at Epitome Salon.
On Sunday, the southern singer visited Bel Air Presbyterian Church on Sunday before eating lunch at Barefoot Café.
Meanwhile, Britney’s soon-to-be-ex-husband, Kevin Federline,was off celebrating his 29th birthday at Pure nightclub at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.
K-Fed reportedly partied with his father, mother, brother, and ex-girlfriend, Shar Jackson. The Pussycat Dolls presented him with his cake.
His children with Britney, Sean Preston and Jayden James, reportedly were in Sin City, but left in the hotel room.
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