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Britney Spears left shaken after thinking stage invader had a gun

11 August 2017, 06:48 | Myron Mathis

Britney Spears left shaken after thinking stage invader had a gun

Britney Spears left shaken after thinking stage invader had a gun

Britney had just finished performing (You Drive Me) Crazy (an absolute tune) when security and dancers rushed to protect the star as Jesse spontaneously ran on stage at the Planet Hollywood gig; much to the shock of Britney and her crew.

Britney Spears was rushed off stage by security after a man crashed her show in Las Vegas on Wednesday night (09Aug17).

Video footage has since emerged of the incident, in which Spears can be heard asking: "What's going on?" A man climbed onto the stage as Spears was finishing a song and began making his way towards the singer.


Spears showed fans she was excited before the show, tweeting, "Feels so good to be back in Vegas!" Annoying other spectators, Jess Webb would have been asked to leave the concert hall, it was also at this time that it is allowed to disturb the concert by climbing on the stage. Britney Spears has not released a statement about the incident, and her representatives have been contacted. A member of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has released a statement and claimed that Jesse was brought to the Clark County Detention Center.

Once the situation was cleared up, Spears returned to the stage and went on with the show.

According to exclusive information of the internet site TMZ, the aggressor is called Jess Webb, he would be 37-year-old.



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