Shortly after Britney Spears’s Instagram account vanished from the platform, her adoring fans, largely concerned at the time, sent law enforcement to the singer’s residence to see if she needed assistance.

Concerned fans called the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office in fear over the deleted account, fearing Britney was in danger. However, law enforcement sources claimed that Britney had deleted her Instagram account at least once in the preceding twelve hours and that it was something she frequently did.

Following the numerous calls for a welfare check, the sheriff’s office deputies were dispatched to the singer’s home, where they reportedly found no cause for alarm. However, it’s unclear whether the deputies spoke to Spears directly to confirm her safety or whether someone else informed them of her well-being.

According to a Ventura County Sheriff’s Office representative, reports concerning Britney Spears deleting her Instagram account began to come in at approximately 11 p.m. on Tuesday. Authorities visited her residence out of a sense of precaution.

While it is common for Spears to deactivate her Instagram account, fans may be concerned due to recent reports of friction between her and her husband, Sam Asghari, which he had to address in a statement to TMZ that they are good and that the entire restaurant incident where Britney was captured acting “manic” while dining with him in a local eatery, was taken out of context.

He told TMZ at the time, “People get a little bit too excited to see my wife, so everybody’s filming, everybody’s doing their thing,” he said. “But you know how it is, fame comes with the territory and I went to get the car to get the hell out of there and people just thought I left. But that didn’t happen.”

Adding, It’s frustrating. … You know, when you sit down to have a meal and people get their cameras out and start filming you, it’s disrespectful. But you know what it is, fame comes with the territory and that’s it.”