Adnan Ghalib didn't do much for Britney Spears' image—and he sure isn't doing much for his own, either.
The former fixture in Spears' pre-comeback camp is being investigated by Los Angeles police for allegedly hitting a process server with his car.
Although authorities wouldn't identify the subject if their investigation, an LAPD spokeswoman confirmed to E! News Thursday that a report was taken for felony assault with a deadly weapon.
"There is a detective assigned to the case out of West Valley," she said.
The process server who claims he was intentionally hit by Ghalib while waiting for him outside his Burbank apartment reportedly called the cops Wednesday at 10:42 a.m., but refused medical treatment for visible cuts and scratches.
Per TMZ.com, Ghalib supposedly fled the scene before the police arrived.
Spears' camp obtained temporary restraining orders against Ghalib, Sam Lutfi and attorney Jon Eardley about two weeks ago, claiming the trio were trying to interfere with the popster's conservatorship.
—Additional reporting by Whitney English