Britney Spears' Alleged Trespasser Is Ordered to Stay Away
Britney Spears sure is racking up the restraining orders lately.
Just a few months after Spears was granted a three-year restraining order against her former boyfriend, Adnan Ghalib, a court has ordered alleged Spears trespasser Miranda Tozier-Robbins to stay away from the "Womanizer" songbird, E! Online reports.
In April, former American Idol aspirant Tozier-Robbins, 26, was arrested after allegedly peeping in the windows of Spears' Calabasas, California, home while toting a video camera. At the time, the intruder claimed she was making a documentary about paparazzi.
In Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday, Judge Jay Ford III issued the restraining order, which prohibits Tozier-Robbins from coming within 100 yards of Spears and her Calabasas home.
Tozier-Collins was due to be arraigned on two misdemeanor charges this morning, though Judge Ford postponed the arraignment after Tozier-Collins showed up more than two hours late for the hearing. Tozier told the court that she was late because she had to take a bus in from Inglewood, California, during rush hour.
Hopefully that's not code for, "I decided to drop by Christina Aguilera's house to film some footage on the way in."