Just one week after Britney Spears' claimed hotel brawl with her suspected lover, Paul Richard Soliz, a new report claimed that her family thinks she needs help.

“They’re considering their options. Britney’s been on a downward spiral for a while now. What happened at the hotel was like a flashback to 2008,” an unnamed source told In Touch Magazine.

Most, if not all, fans can recall that paramedics were called to the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, California on May 1. Guests felt Britney, 42, was suffering a mental breakdown due to an apparent argument with Paul, 37.

TMZ stated that the “Lucky” hitmaker was "out of control, crying, possibly cut, and almost driven away in an ambulance." However, the next day, May 2, Britney addressed the issue on Instagram.

“Just to let people know … the news is fake!!! Most of the pics are body doubles and I think most know that !!! I would like respect at this time for people to understand I am getting stronger everyday!! Truth sucks so can someone teach me how to lie???” Britney posted and quickly erased a photo of a male model on Instagram, according to screenshots taken and shared by followers on X.

Britney later reshared the statement. “I also twisted my ankle and paramedics showed up at my door illegally. They never came in my room but I felt completely harassed. I’m moving to Boston!! Peace,” the “Toxic” singer added.

Britney did not stop there. The Grammy winner then tweeted a video of her injured ankle and claimed that her mother, Lynne Spears, was somehow engaged with the paramedics that arrived at the Chateau Marmont.

“I know my mom was involved !!! I haven’t talked to her in 6 months and she called right after it happened before the news being out !!! I was set up just like she did way back when !!! I wish I had grandparents !!! I can’t stand her !!! I honestly don’t care I will say it,” the “Gimme More” songstress penned.

Britney's erratic behavior has caused alarm among many fans since she legally broke her conservatorship with her father, Jamie Spears, in 2021, as per The New York Times. Many fear that the "Everytime" vocalist is reverting to the mental state she was in when she publicly shaved her head and attacked paparazzi with an umbrella in February 2007.

Britney has previously addressed the iconic head-shaving incident in her biography, providing fans with an explanation for her decision, CBS News reported.

“I’d been eyeballed so much growing up. I’d been looked up and down, had people telling me what they thought of my body, since I was a teenager. Shaving my head and acting out were my ways of pushing back,” the pop star wrote in “The Woman In Me.”