Britney Spears peeper gets probation, community service
Remember Miranda Tozier-Robbins, that woman found guilty of snooping around Britney Spears' house back in April wearing camouflage and carrying camera equipment? She got a little slap on the wrist with probation this week, the AP reports. Surely that makes Brit feel safe.L.A. Superior Court spokeswoman Patricia Kelly says a judge in Malibu, Calif., found Tozier-Robbins guilty of peeping into Spears' Calabasas home. Miranda has to serve three years probation, plus 240 hours of community service. She also was ordered to stay away from the house, but if she could do that, she wouldn't have been charged in the first place.
Tozier-Robbins said after her arrest that she was working on a documentary on paparazzi tactics and might have sold any footage she got of the pop singer, who wasn't home at the time. That was one sure-fire way to know what a paparazzo feels like.