Britney Spears obtained restraining order against stalker
Britney Spears obtained a temporary restraining order today against Miranda Tozier-Robbins, who was arrested last April 2009 for trespassing on Spears’ property in Calabasa, California.
Tozier-Robbins was ordered by Judge Lawrence Mira to stay at least 100 yards away from the pop star and her property.
Spears’ alleged trespasser was supposed to be arraigned this morning on two misdemeanor charges of trespassing and disorderly conduct. After Tozier-Robbins showed up more than two hours late in the Malibu courthouse, the hearing was moved to next week.
The once “American Idol” hopeful announced she would be defending herself in the proceedings, but the Los Angeles Superior Judge advised her against entering a plea until the next hearing. Her $5,000 bail was waived provided she returns to court next week.
Tozier-Robbins would have to wait for a week before the judges decide on returning the confiscated footage of Britney Spears.