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Britney to be booked


Trouble just seems to follow Britney Spears around. A Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner ordered the singer to be booked at an LA police station in her hit-and-run case before October 25, when she is required to appear in court. Her attorney, Michael Flanagan, said Britney "must go to any LA police station for fingerprints and mug shots." Britney was charged last month with hit-and-run and driving without a valid license after she allegedly smashed her car against another vehicle in a parking lot in August. Paparazzi caught the whole incident on video and the owner of the damaged car filed a police report after seeing the video online. Note to Brit: Don't leave the scene of an accident while you're being filmed!