Britney Spears’ alleged stalker was ‘just making a documentary’
Britney Spears’ alleged stalker Miranda Tozier-Robbins apparently isn’t a stalker, despite looking in Britney’s windows, and was simply researching a documentary on the paparazzi, according to E! News:
“The documentary is more or less just, [me] on the way to Britney’s house, going on the bicycle ride, the camping out in the woods,” says Tozier-Robbins.
While she confesses to being a fan of Spears, Tozier-Robbins claims that she is in no way a stalker. “There’s no obsession with Britney. Somebody else can go ahead and claim the title of Britney’s stalker, because I sure as heck don’t want it, you know!”
Once on the property, Tozier-Robbins was immediately caught by a Spears security guard and arrested for trespassing. She received a citation and was released.
But Tozier-Robbins tells E! that she would do something like this again in the future–minus the trespassing.
A judge actually bought all this, so if you’ll excuse me, I need to film a documentary from the inside of Mila Kunis’ shower. Also, my camera only works when I’m naked if I could get that that added to the record, your honor.