Britney Spears’ husband Sam Asghari has shared an update on their pooches after they escaped and one reportedly bit an elderly man.
Sam, 28 and the Toxic singer, 41, got married in June last year and are growing their furry family, but a recent incident involving their newest addition left fans concerned.
In 2021, the model gifted his then-fiancé a Doberman named Porsha, who he said was ‘trained to protect you from [anyone] that comes around you with bad intentions.’
TMZ recently reported that same guard dog escaped from their mansion and roamed around Thousand Oaks, Los Angeles, before biting a 71-year-old man as he dismounted his bike.
Sam has now shared an update, which comes just after he took Porsha and their Australian Shepherd Sawyer on a walk in some ‘amazing’ Moncler jackets.
The two pooches looked all set for action as Sam thanked the fashion brand for the new rain jackets ‘for the babies’.
The fitness trainer commented on what a ‘beautiful rainy day’ it was, as Porsha and Sawyer strutted their stuff in their pink and blue coats – the former of which was sported by the Doberman.
He then followed snaps of the happy outing by sharing a post by Dog Days Search & Rescue, who rescued both Sawyer and Porsha from their runabout ‘adventure’, in which the Doberman apparently bit the elderly man.
The unnamed man was said to be not seriously harmed, with one source brushing the bite off as a ‘nip’.
However, the Hit Me Baby One More Time hitmaker was told not to let Porsha out again.
It is not believed that either Britney or Sam have spoken out about the alleged incident.
This comes after the pop queen warned fans not to invade her privacy as some called the police worried about the star’s social media blackout.
This resulted in the police turning up at the singer’s home, to which Britney reacted by calling out fans for going ‘too far’.
‘The police never entered my home and when they came to my gate they quickly realized that there was no issues and left immediately,’ she wrote.
‘This felt like I was being gaslit and bullied once the incident made it to the news and being portrayed once again in a poor and unfair light by the media.’
‘During this time in my life, I truly hope the public and my fans who I care so much about can respect my privacy moving forward. All the love, B.’
In a later Tweet, the If U Seek Amy singer dubbed those responsible for the call out not her ‘real’ fans.