The would-be "documentary filmmaker" accused of donning camo and sneaking onto Britney Spears' property in hopes of capturing the star on video was back in court this afternoon in L.A. There, Miranda Tozier-Robbins proclaimed her innocence.
The 26-year-old stalker pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor trespassing charges, which could net her a maximum of six months in jail if convicted.
Representing herself, the failed American Idol hopeful entered the plea after briefly meeting with the prosecutor in Judge Jay Ford III's chambers.
A pretrial hearing set was scheduled for July 17, but Ford indicated he expected a plea bargain arrangement to be worked out before that time.
GREAT MOMENTS IN STALKING: All poor Miranda Tozier-Robbins wanted was a shot of her favorite pop star. Instead she just joined our celebrity mug shot gallery.
Miranda Tozier-Robbins remains subject to a temporary restraining order prohibiting her from coming within 100 yards of Britney Spears and her house.
Spears is back in L.A. after her most recent concert in Manchester. Even if Britney doesn't know where she is on a daily basis, fans like Miranda totally do.