What would celebrities do without restraining orders? They would have peepers circling their house forever!
But that won't be the case for Britney Spears anymore.
A temporary restraining order was issued today against onetime American Idol hopeful and all-around creepster Miranda Tozier-Robbins, the woman found trespassing on Brit-Brit's property back in April.
She was set to also to be arraigned on two misdemeanor charges this morning, but the hearing was put off for one week after she showed up more than two hours late, claiming that she took the bus from Inglewood to Malibu and hit traffic. It's a good thing she did show up, though, as the judge was prepared to put a warrant out for her arrest.
Upon her arrival, the judge informed Miranda of the change to her hearing and also waived the "$5,000 bail provided she returns to court next week, which she agreed to do."
Miranda also announced that she would be defending herself, which wasn't the smartest move when the judge announced that she would not be getting back the confiscated footage she shot at Brit-Brit's house; "the judge said he would wait a week before deciding on returning it."
As she left the courtroom and was approached by reporters, she refused to speak and was visibly upset: "I don't talk for free," she said.
Well, no one is going to pay you, so don't be expecting that.
Bitch has nerve!
[Image via WENN.]