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Police considering whether to probe alleged Spears drugging
LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles police say they are looking into allegations that someone drugged Britney Spears but have not decided whether to open a formal investigation.
Police Capt. Kyle Jackon said in a statement Wednesday that the allegations "are being considered" by the Robbery-Homicide unit to determine if laws have been violated.
Jackson says no suspect has been identified.
Spears' mother claimed in recent court papers that the pop star's sometime companion Sam Lutfi drugged Spears and tried to take control of her life. Those claims led to a restraining order against Lutfi.
Spears is currently under a court-ordered conservatorship.