Woman gets probation in Spears snoop case

Associated Press

A court official says a woman found guilty of snooping at Britney Spears’ house has been sentenced to three years’ probation and 240 hours of community service.

Los Angeles County Superior Court spokeswoman Patricia Kelly says a judge in Malibu found Miranda Tozier-Robbins guilty of peeping into Spears’ home in Calabasas.

Kelly says Tozier-Robbins also was ordered Thursday to stay away from Spears and her home.


The woman was arrested in April. Deputies found her wearing camouflage, carrying camera equipment and peering through the windows of Spears’ home.

Tozier-Robbins said she was working on a documentary on paparazzi tactics.

She said she might have sold any footage she obtained of the pop singer, who wasn’t home at the time.