Friday, April 17, 2009

Miranda Tozier Robbins Arrested at Britney Spears's House

Police arrested a woman today for sneaking onto Britney Spears' Calabasas property. Miranda Tozier-Robbins, who, coincidentally, sang a Spears song during an American Idol audition, was asked by security in the gated community to leave the area but refused and had to by physically removed from the property.

Authorities arrested Miranda Tozier-Robbins, 26, who was wearing camouflage and toting a camera at the time of her arrest, the Associated Press reports. She was cited for trespassing and disorderly conduct before being released. Relying on other reports, Entertainment Weekly also says that Tozier-Robbins was a fifth-season American Idol hopeful, who auditioned with the Spears ballad "Everytime."

Sheriffs arrived minutes later and took her to the Malibu-Lost Hills station to be booked on charges of trespassing and disorderly conduct. Tozier-Robbins was released.
Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore told the AP that the reason Tozier-Robbins was at Spears's home is unknown. It is also unclear where Spears was at the time of the alleged intrusion.

The police report said Brit wasn't home at the time of the trespassing but X17 photogs saw the cops enter the neighborhood gates (not knowing it was a call at Spears' house) and didn't see Britney enter or leave the area until she left, with her boys in the car, around 5 pm for the Staples Center for tonight's concert.

Later Thursday, however, onstage at L.A.'s Staples Center, Spears was evident for all to see – including her young sons, Preston and Jayden Federline, 3 and 2 respectively, who watched her from just above the 17th row, next to a sound booth. And though their mother, 27, performed a sexually charged show, the boys didn't see all of it. They were gone from their seats by the time Mama finished.

Tozier-Robbins currently resides in Inglewood, Calif. and has a blog based on her "Idol" experience. She says she auditioned in Boston and continued to the second round but was "shot down by the judges on October 27th, 2005." "Extra" has learned that Tozier-Robbins chose Spears' single "Everytime" for her audition -- but was asked to sing something else instead.

During her audition, says Paula Abdul told Tozier-Robbins she felt like she was watching cartoons. Tozier-Robbins was a Magic Kingdom employee and Simon Cowell asked her if she believed Dumbo could fly. Abdul told the hopeful the competition wasn't for her and she should go back to Disney.

The police report states security personnel asked her to leave, but the woman "balked at their requests." Sheriffs arrived shortly after and physically escorted her off the property. She was booked on charges of trespassing and disorderly conduct. Bail was set at $5,000, but she was released on a citation.

On Tozier-Robbins' YouTube page, she claims she's "an aspiring filmmaker" and wants to be an editor. The page features clips from a show the 26-year-old hosted called "The Shorty Show."

Tozier-Robbins is scheduled to appear in court on June 16.

Britney's "Circus" tour began a two-night stay in Los Angeles on Thursday night.

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