Miranda Tozier Robbins, the former American Idol contestant who has been accused of stalking Britney Spears, has exclusively told RadarOnline.com: I don’t regret a thing.
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The 26-year old appeared at Malibu Court on Friday regarding the incident at Spears’ $10 million home in Calabasas last April when security guards found Robbins- who was dressed in military fatigues- peeking inside the star’s windows. Spears was not home at the time.
She refused to leave when asked and was arrested by police and charged with two misdemeanors of trespassing and disorderly conduct.
In court, Robbins represented herself before Judge Lawrence J. Mira and the case was continued until August 20, 2009, after prosecutor Emily Chang requested more time because a key witness could not be in court. Robbins has been ordered to stay away from Spears and her family.
After the incident, police searched Robbins’ back-pack and found some video equipment that she claimed she was going to use to make a documentary about how paparazzi get close to celebrities.
She has pled not guilty to both charges and promised Judge Mira that she would be back in court for her next hearing after she was late for the last one because of public transportation difficulties.