Britney Spears is not being urged by her closed ones to go back to rehab, despite rumors. Gossip Cop debunked reports stating the singer’s family and friends are worried about her mental health and are urging her to spend some time at the rehab.

According to NW, the legal battle with ex-husband Kevin Federline is taking a toll on Spears who is reportedly on the verge of a breakdown.

The magazine quoted an insider saying, “Britney’s always been vulnerable, but the pressures have been building up recently. She seems scattered and hasn’t been able to focus on anything — which is what happened the last time she went to rehab. I’m told the court battle with Kevin Federline in particular took a serious toll on her.”

The alleged source added that her loved ones are asking her to spend 30 days in a “plush” treatment facility where “she can recharge her batteries.”

“Britney is a fragile soul, there’s no denying that, and like anybody she’ll surely benefit from a spell of rest. She has her good days and her bad days, a few worse than usual. Someone as delicate as her needs to step back once in a while before things spin out of control,” the insider continued.

Gossip Cop checked with a source close to the singer who denied the rumors saying there is “no truth” to the report.

In February 2007, Spears spent a month in rehab after having a meltdown, however, she has been happy and healthy since the incident. Last week, she appeared on Ellen DeGeneres Show looking happy and relaxed. She did not show any symptoms of struggling with her mental health.

Her recent social media posts also show she is very content and spending quality time with her children. She recently shared a post on Instagram about practicing “self love.”

Spears and Federline divorced in 2007 after nearly three years of marriage and share two children — Sean Preston, 13, and Jayden James, 12. Federline had been demanding an increase in child support and in September, she agreed to pay him "thousands more a month."

Federline’s attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan told People, “We think the reasonable needs for the children while they would be in Kevin’s custody is probably three times what he’s currently receiving.”

"I am happy that they came around to resolving this matter. I am sure that they decided the money would be better extended on child support than on attorney's fees, which would've achieved the same result for Kevin but only after months and hundreds of thousands of dollars on litigation. They made a wise decision,” Kaplan told E! News.

Federline had stated in court documents that one of the reasons why he was requesting more money was because he is “no longer able to perform as a dancer" due to his age. "I have not been as successful in putting out new music as I was in 2008,” he said.