Asghari spoke with TMZ as he was leaving in his car in Los Angeles on Tuesday, where he was asked how the 37-year-old singer was doing.
"She's great," Asghari replied as he was driving away. When asked if there was a message he wanted to tell her fans, he simply said, "She's doing amazing. Her fans are so amazing to be so concerned but she's doing great."
"Nobody needs to worry, she's doing amazing. She will be back soon," he expressed before driving off.
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#FreeBritney: Why Britney Spears Fans Are Concerned for the Star
However, in the past week, #FreeBritney has been trending on social media as a result of allegations that the singer is being held against her will. Tess Barker and Barbara Gray, comedians and creators of the Britney's Gram podcast, claimed last week that they had received "an anonymous tip from a credible source" alleging that Spears entered the health facility against her will. Around the 8:22 mark of the podcast episode, the hosts play back a voicemail that is allegedly from a paralegal who used to work for an attorney that was involved in Spears' conservatorship.
There is no corroboration that the "Stronger" singer went against her will or is being held in the facility. In fact, ET learned that Spears briefly left her treatment facility earlier this month to get her hair done at a salon in Los Angeles. She is still in treatment.
On Sunday, she was also spotted with Asghari leaving the Montage hotel in Beverly Hills.