Stalking Britney Spears is a career for many peeps.
Seriously, the 26-year-old wreck is stalked by so many members celebrity news media that there are reports of gang members infiltrating the paparazzi.
To combat this, according to Access Hollywood, a new law may being proposed to protect the troubled singer and other celebrities from the paparazzi.
In light of the media storm that surrounds Spears, councilman Dennis Zine is trying to get a law passed to get these blood-sucking leeches to back off.
"It cost $25,000 to take an ambulance with Britney Spears to the hospital," Zine said. "Taxpayers paid for that. It is not going to be called the â€˜Britney Spears Law.' I am not going to give her credit for that because it is not about Britney Spears. It's about the paparazzi violating everybody else's rights, freedoms, and privileges."
No word on whether Adnan Ghalib would be somehow exempt.
Possibly with no clue where she was, and definitely with no bra, Britney Spears did some shopping with her mother, Lynne Spears, yesterday.
Zine continued: "The paparazzi have developed a lawless society where the rules don't apply â€" on the wrong side of the street, jumping out of cars at the red lights, swarming the car, you don't do that. If we think back a few years, Princess Diana was driving down the road, paparazzi chasing. A crash occurred, Princess Diana died. I don't want to see that happen here in Los Angeles."
Even as people who work in the industry, we admit that it's gotten a little nuts. A mad dash to get the perfect Britney Spears nude photo or crotch shot or video of the singer talking in a British accent is not helping her get any better, guys!