The 26-year-old woman that was arrested for trespassing onto the property of Britney Spears is a former American Idol hopeful, RadarOnline has learned, with admitted "issues" and bad blood with Paula Abdul.
Miranda Tozier-Robbins, discovered today allegedly peering into the windows of Spears' Calabasas, Ca. home, was once an aspiring singer who counted Spears as one of her favorite artists.
In 2005, Robbins audition for Idol's fifth season (that produced talent like Chris Daughtry, Katharine McPhee and Taylor Hicks), singing Spears' melancholy ballad "Everytime."
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She failed to win over the judges, specifically Paula Abdul who told a then 22-year-old Robbins that her audition was like "watching cartoons."
The painful experience was well documented in Robbins blog, called "Idol Fever Approaching."
In her bio, Robbins admits "I have issues but I'm working on them."
She was released on $5,000 bail, and is expected back in court on June 16.