Britney Spears busted for driving without possession of license, proof of insurance

Police pulled over Britney Spears last month and discovered that she was driving without a license, according to court records obtained by Page Six Tuesday.

The California Highway Patrol found that the pop icon, 41, allegedly committed two infractions on Sept. 10 and has a balance of $1,140 due as a result.

Per court records, Spears was issued a violation for not having a valid license in her possession and a second violation for failing to provide an officer with proof of insurance.

However, her attorney Mathew Rosengart tells Page Six exclusively Tuesday, “Britney at all times had a license and insurance; this is the functional equivalent of a parking ticket.”

A second insider also confirms that the “Piece of Me” singer “had and has insurance and a license.”

Britney Spears was pulled over by police while driving her car in September. @CelebCandidly / MEGA
The pop star allegedly did not have a “valid” license on her, per court records. Britney Spears/Instagram

Spears’ freedom to drive her own car was reinstated only a few months prior to her controversial conservatorship being terminated in November 2021.

In an explosive court testimony in June of that same year, she told Judge Brenda Penny, “All I want is to own my money and for this to end and for my boyfriend to be able to drive me in his f—ing car,” pointing out the controlling measures that her father and former conservator, Jamie Spears, placed on her.

There is an “appearance” and “due date” listed for the “Toxic” singer for Oct. 24 – the same date her highly anticipated memoir, “The Woman In Me,” is set to be released, according to court records.

Sources tell Page Six that Spears does have car insurance despite the violations. Instagram/@britneyspears

However, a source clarifies to Page Six exclusively that there is no actual court appearance and that any outstanding payments can be made online.

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Despite her having a major book release that day, Page Six exclusively reported in September that the Princess of Pop won’t be tied up with promotional press interviews.

A source told us at the time that she has had “offers” for sit-down interviews, but she “doesn’t want to do anything.”

Spears is due in court on Oct. 24, the same date her memoir is set to be released. Instagram/@britneyspears

Spears’s run-in with cops due to a traffic violation preceded a home visit from officers later in the month.

Page Six confirmed in late September that police visited the “Circus” singer at her Thousand Oaks, Calif., mansion on Sept. 27 after a concerning video of her dancing with knives went viral.

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“Somebody close to Britney had seen the video posted on social media, where she’s dancing and twirling with knives in her hands, and they were really concerned for her mental well-being,” Captain Dean Worthy of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office previously told us of the person who placed the call.

Spears insisted multiple times that the knives in her viral video were fake. Britney Spears / Instagram

However, after police performed a wellness check, Spears’s security let them know via an intercom that the Grammy winner was “fine” and “nothing was going on.”

Spears then took to Instagram to speak out on the entire ordeal, admitting that she knew she “spooked” her fans with her worrisome video but insisted that they were “fake knives.”

She added, “These are not real knives. No one needs to worry or call the police. I’m trying to imitate one of my favorite performers Shakira … a performance I was inspired by !!”

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